"The need for researchers has never been greater. OHSU is committed to recruit and retain outstanding young people in scientific research, but our efforts are dependent on partners such as ARCS Foundation. Your contributions will make a difference in the years to come and the lives of many."
"University research is a key component in a thriving economy. The Oregon Chapter of ARCS Foundation's support will help us recruit and retain the best and brightest men and women who will make significant contributions through service to their communities and society. We are truly grateful for their support."
"The University of Oregon is proud to partner with ARCS Foundation Oregon and honored by their commitment to support students. To become an ARCS Scholar is a true honor for any young scientist and we look forward to seeing our best and brightest Ducks join this elite group in the years to come. As the University of Oregon seeks to enhance our tradition of excellence in basic science research, our partnership with ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter is vital to our mission."
An Oregon ARCS Scholar Award is a prestigious, unrestricted award of $18,000 ($6,000 per year for three years) that provides an essential tool for recruiting and retaining top students to Oregon. Lead researchers depend on graduate students to bring fresh ideas and perspectives to their labs and to perform the day to day experiments necessary for discovery. OHSU, OSU and UO compete with other outstanding universities to attract promising PhD candidates. ARCS awards make admission offers more desirable.
Elizabeth Holzenthal Receives Prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowship
Congratulations to OSU College of Engineering, ARCS scholar Elizabeth Holzenthal, School of Civil and Construction Engineering, coastal and ocean engineering. Elizabeth was recently named a recipient of an NSF Graduate Fellowship, (GRFP). Elizabeth, a first year scholar, is working on a project aimed at contributing to the development of a new generation of natural hazard engineering. Her donors are Diane and Dick Alexander.
Kevin Watanabe-Smith Wins Statewide 3MT Competition
ARCS Scholar Kevin Watanabe-Smith, who studies cancer biology in Dr. Brian Druker's lab, took first place at the state's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. Kevin was sponsored by the Allan Price Memorial ARCS Award.
ARCS Scholar Danielle Robinson Awarded 2016 Mozilla Fellowship for Science
Danielle Robinson, Ph.D. candidate in the OHSU School of Medicine Neuroscience Graduate Program, is one of four fellows selected worldwide to receive the Mozilla Fellowship for Science.
Her donors are Ellen and Mark Richardson.