Membership in ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter is all about camaraderie and commitment—the opportunity to join forces with other lively, intelligent women and help exceptional scholars reach their potential. Renew your membership today to invest in the promise of tomorrow. The ARCS Foundation fiscal year begins July 1; renewals are due by August 1.
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The American Association for Cancer Research has awarded Honolulu's ARCS Scientist of the Year Loïc Le Marchand its 2022 Distinguished Lectureship on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities. The University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Cancer Center researcher and interim director discussed cancer health disparities documented by the MultiEthnic Cohort Study at... Read more
Honolulu ARCS Scholar Alumna Dr. Heidi B. Hammel shares her front-line experience with the James Webb Space Telescope in a special online talk hosted by ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter and the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa's Institute for Astronomy on Tuesday, September 13. The UH–trained astronomer has been one... Read more
The Honolulu Chapter kicks off the 2022–2023 year with two talks—by Scholar Alumna Dr. Heidi Hammel on the James Webb Space Telescope Septmeber 13 and Scientist of the Year Dr. Rachel Novotny on Children's Healthy Living in the Pacific on October 18. Watch the events announcements page for... Read more
2020 Honolulu ARCS Scholar Tristan McKenzie is co-author on a research paper suggesting that more than half of known human pathogenic diseases can be aggravated by climate change. The list, which includes dengue, hepatitis, pneumonia, malaria and Zika, was published August 8 in Nature Climate Change. The team of University... Read more
The 10-campus University of Hawaiʻi System has topped a half a billion dollars in extramural funding for the first time. UH secured $505 million in extramural funding in fiscal year 2022, a 4 percent increase over the previous year. UH Mānoa, the system’s flagship campus and
“The 2009 ARCS Scholar Award allowed me to pay bills and living expenses so that I could cut down hours working at a restaurant to focus on my PhD research,” says the assistant professor in George Mason University’s Department of Environmental Science and Policy. She specializes in environmental microbiology, marine biology and coral reef ecology.
Dr. Diane Ragone, Honolulu Scholar
"I am proud to be an ARCS Scholar. The 1985, 1987 and 1988 ARCS Scholar Awards were critically important to my graduate education. Without this funding, I would have had to incur significant student loan debt," says the founder and director of the National Tropical Botanical Garden's Breadfruit Institute. "Thank you for all the incredible support for students in science. We need to support science now more than ever. "