Students in the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program recently visited with the legendary Apollo 13 Commander Capt. James Lovell, who visited Anchorage last week for the annual ANSEP Celebration and Extravaganza at the Dena'ina Center.
February 2014 Archive
Living history: Tuskegee aviator visits UAA
The Tuskegee Airmen shattered ugly myths about African Americans by demonstrating courage and expertise in combat during World War II. One of those Airmen, Lt. Col. Leo Gray, spoke at the recent kickoff event for Black History Month 2014.
Community Spotlight: AMC Engineers
AMC Engineers started operating in 1981, and has helped UAA grow its campus, engineering program and students ever since. Read more about how AMC Engineers, and their team of UAA alumni and students, is involved in the building of our ever-changing campus.
Student Spotlight: Forest Rose Walker
A visit in January with Apollo 13 commander, James Lovell, was engineering student Forest Rose Walker’s second opportunity to meet an astronaut. And it was her third brush with NASA, courtesy of the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program.