205 Alaskan students awarded and supported between 2015 - 2019

$1,107,300 in direct student support awarded between 2015-2019

45 Interns placed with NASA centers and Alaska Industry partners between 2015-2019

75% of graduates from 2015-2019 now employed in STEM fields or pursuing advanced STEM degrees

Funding Opportunities

What Our Students Say

Gave me critical hands-on learning experiences that you don’t get in the classroom but employers still expect you to know.

It funded my undergraduate research and also my summer internship at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.

Impact

Space Technology

Brandt Lomen won the Invent Alaska Competition Grand Prize with his Pseudo-Sun Instrument.

Recent University of Alaska Fairbanks graduate Brandt Lomen has taken the top prize in the university’s 2018 Invent Alaska Competition for a device that can test solar cells on Earth, in space and on other planets by mimicking the light of the sun.

Lomen’s Pseudo-Sun Instrument was…

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Brandt Lomen
Science

Using Science Illustration to Communicate Vegetation Change in South-Central and Arctic Alaska

This project will investigate various illustration techniques to produce figures for three research projects on vegetation change in Alaska: The estimation of shrub biomass with NASA Goddard’s G-LiHT remote sensing data, NASA Ames’ greening and browning vegetation research using MODIS pixels,…

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Julia Ditto