226 Alaskan students awarded and supported between 2015 - 2021

$1,726,157 in direct student support awarded between 2015-2021

62 Interns placed with NASA centers and Alaska Industry partners between 2015-2021

92% of graduates from 2015-2021 now employed in STEM fields or pursuing advanced STEM degrees

Funding Opportunities

What Our Students Say

ASGP funding helped me to carry out my thesis work and provide useful information for the Native Alaskan village of Nuiqsut. Without ASGP funding I would not have been able to perform my field work, which added greatly to my study.

The Alaska Space Grant Program has supported me through their undergraduate scholarship program and multiple undergraduate research fellowships which helped make becoming a NASA aerospace engineer possible. The Alaska Space Grant Program supported me during my first NASA experience as a student researcher with the 2014 Langley Aeronautics Academy. This was pivotal in my professional development, and helped lead to a co-op position at the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center. These opportunities made it possible to become a NASA civil servant. Additionally, the Alaska space Grant Program supported me with an undergraduate research fellowship that allowed me to collaborate with NASA professionals while attending the University of Alaska. Thank you!


Human Exploration and Operations

Colin Latimer-UAF Physics student

For physics student Colin Latimer, an internship at NASA was a no-brainer. “It's NASA, man. Of course I'm going to say yes to an internship at NASA,” he said. (For more of the story click on the photo)

Currently a junior at UAF, Latimer spent ten weeks last summer studying at the Goddard…

Colin Latimer

Investigation of Near-Earth or Ionospheric Modification of Pulsating Auroras

For stargazers of the northern hemisphere, seeing a bright and multicolored aurora dance in the night sky is a given. Most of us don't question it, we simply marvel and enjoy the light show. Others however, like scientist Michael Jason Ahrns, ask the big questions. (click on photo for more of…

M. Jason Ahrns