Women philanthropists committed to advancing science in America
ARCS Foundation Pittsburgh has approximately 100 members who are dedicated to enhancing the United States’ capacity for research and innovation in science, engineering and medical research. Our members willingly and enthusiastically donate time, efforts and financial support on behalf of the best and the brightest US scholars at partner universities in Western Pennsylvania. Click here to see the membership roster. This list contains the members whose membership is current as of July 31, 2019.
Anny Caceres, 2010-2013 ARCS Scholar
Words cannot describe how grateful I am for the generosity of each and every ARCS member. Your support has helped give me confidence as I start on the path to my Ph.D.
--Anny Caceres, recipient of the Joy-Linhart Award
Chase Butler, 2008-2011 Scholar
My ARCS award has allowed me to make connections with professionals in my field. It has given me a chance to learn about the roles of conservation scientists in institutions, as well as tell them about the research I've been doing.
--Chase Butler, 2008-2011 recipient of the Hans and Leslie Fleischner Award
Whitney Coyle- The Bennett-Coppersmith-Palmer Scholar Award
Being an ARCS Scholar has been very rewarding thus far. I have been able to focus much more on my studies and research, than on the financial worries that graduate school can bring. ARCS Foundation has also given me the priceless opportunity to meet other great women who support the sciences. These contacts, with ARCS donors and other ARCS scholars, will be a valuable asset for my future research career.