The paths to early graduation with ANSEP

For any high school student, planning out a career path might seem like a daunting task. There are a lot of pressures to figure it out quickly and also choose a career, but the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program can help students go from eighth grade to a baccalaureate degree in six years. Whether […]

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Which ANSEP component is right for you?

At the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program, we offer hands-on learning opportunities to students from the middle school level to the university level, doctoral level and beyond. Our innovative approach provides access to STEM education for students from even the most rural areas of Alaska. With so many ways to get involved with ANSEP, […]

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An equation for success: How ANSEP paves the way for STEM careers

Katherine Sakeagak and Lisa Paton may not see each other at school every day, but they have quite a lot in common as students who are part of ANSEP’s full-time Acceleration Academy component. Both young women play the ukulele, but this is not what truly sets them apart from their peers. Both will graduate high […]

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Summer STEM opportunities in Alaska

Get ahead academically with summer programs  School may still be in session, but it is never too early to start making plans for summer vacation. Just because students aren’t in class doesn’t mean they should stop learning. Summer is the perfect time to take an extra class, dive deeper into an interesting subject or attend […]

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ANSEP Answers: Ep. 02: Jasmine Woods

  ANSEP Answers is a behind-the-scenes look into the ANSEP community and the incredibly intelligent, capable, fun and diverse group of people who are part of it. Ep. 02: Jasmine Woods In 2015 Jasmine Woods decided to spend her summer focused on her future and joined the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program’s Acceleration Academy […]

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STEM Stories: Recognizing iconic women in STEM during Women’s History Month

From rocket launches to spacewalks, women are reaching new heights in STEM careers and education. March is Women’s History Month and ANSEP proudly supports the women in STEM who are breaking down barriers and achieving success. Although U.S. astronaut Kathryn Sullivan became the first woman to walk in space in 1984, Christina Koch will be […]

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ANSEP Answers: Ep. 01 with Augustine Hamner

ANSEP Answers is a behind-the-scenes look into the ANSEP community and the incredibly intelligent, capable, fun and diverse group of people who are part of it.  Ep. 01 with Augustine Hamner Augustine Hamner first became involved with the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program in the summer of 2015. As an Acceleration Academy (Summer) student, […]

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NASA astronaut joins ANSEP’s 24th annual Celebration

From the Final Frontier to the Last Frontier, NASA astronaut Dr. Bernard Harris Jr. joined ANSEP’s 24th annual Celebration to share his secrets to success with ANSEP students, their families, alumni, faculty, staff and strategic partners. The day kicked off with 45 Middle School Academy students from Southeast joining ANSEP’s full-time Acceleration Academy and University […]

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How ANSEP helps students save money

The Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program is dedicated to creating opportunities for students from across Alaska, despite the academic, social or financial barriers they face. Many people understand how ANSEP’s components ignite an early interest in college education, but they often don’t realize that ANSEP is helping students and their families save money, too. […]

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