Newly Released: Engaging Rural and Alaska Native Undergraduates and Youth in Arctic STEM: Workshop Report

Janet Warburton October 12, 2021

The workshop report on Engaging Rural and Alaska Native Undergraduates and Youth in Arctic STEM is now available for download here: https://www.arcus.org/files/meeting/products/final_arcticstem_workshopreport_2021.pdf

The report is a product of the Engaging Rural and Alaska Native Undergraduates and Youth in Arctic STEM workshop that was held from April 13–15, 2021. The goal of the workshop was to bring together rural and Alaska Native undergraduates and youth, federal agency representatives, researchers on Arctic STEM projects, Indigenous faculty and staff, those from the private sector, and rural Alaska community members to discuss the gaps, challenges, opportunities, and successful practices to increase and support the representation of rural and Alaska Native undergraduates and youth in STEM education and career pathways.  The workshop was an initiative of the IARPC Arctic STEM Education Working Group and was hosted by the Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS) with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF PLR 1304316 and PLR 1928794).

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