Building Alaska's STEM Capacity
Alaska NSF EPSCoR improves scientific research capacity and broadens participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in Alaska by engaging in research projects supported through National Science Foundation and state funds.
Navigating Variability in Boreal Wildfire Regimes and Subarctic Coastal Ecosystems
Alaska EPSCoR's current five-year project, "Fire and Ice," studies climate-driven changes to wildfire regimes in the Alaska boreal forest and glacial runoff influences on coastal ecosystems in the Gulf of Alaska.
October 06, 2023
Il-Sang Ahn and Getu Hailu each received $300,000 EPSCoR RII Track-4 awards to fund research and development of technologies that would aid in space exploration.
October 02, 2023
As Fire & Ice winds down, many of our researchers are sifting through data and writing up manuscripts. Here’s what fellow EPSCoR researchers have shared about writing and publishing from their personal experiences, some with many years of experience and some just getting going.
August 30, 2023
Alaska EPSCoR Outreach Coordinator Courtney Breest joined Alaska Project Learning Tree in Denali National Park for a training for K-12 teachers on incorporating wildfire science into their curriculum.
Second annual professional development workshop with tracks for University of Alaska faculty, staff, and students.
University of Alaska Fairbanks