Wrangell Institute for Science & Environment (WISE) is supporting the recruiting of two students from the Copper River Basin between the ages of 14 and 19 to attend the World Wilderness Congress (WILD10) in Salamanca, Spain, from October 4 through 10, 2013. There will be two travel days before and after the Congress. Essentially the students would be out of the classroom eight days learning life changing experiences. To learn more about this AMAZING opportunity, click on the "Read More" link at right. Interested in more information? Contact Janelle Eklund via email or phone at 822-3282.
The Computer Assembly component is the spark that illuminates a vision of a career in engineering or science for our high school students. Each participating student assembles a top-end computer and earns the right to keep it by completing trigonometry, physics and chemistry. Computer Assembly students are academically ready for university-level engineering and science coursework when they arrive at the university, and they are now arriving in unprecedented numbers.Click here for more information.
The Alaska Summer Research Academy (ASRA) offers engaging and in-depth experiences in science and engineering throughout the year. During the summer, ASRA offers two 2-week academies, a residential High School program, and a day-only Middle School program. Click here for more information. Due February 28th.
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