The Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program recently held its 23rd annual Celebration, uniting a crowd of 1,300+ students, strategic partners and others to honor past successes and set a tone for 2018. Renowned theoretical physicist, futurist and co-founder of string theory Dr. Michio Kaku joined attendees for the occasion.
“ANSEP has worked to change hiring patterns in Alaska by developing a pipeline of students who are ready for careers in STEM fields. We are thankful to Dr. Kaku for helping us share the importance of determination and hard work,” said Dr. Herb Schroeder, ANSEP founder and vice provost.
– Liz Baker, The Alaska 100