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ANTHC engineer recognized as successful alumnus of Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program

August 19, 2016




Mike Nabers, ANTHC Utility Operations Engineer, is an ANSEP alumnus and was recently featured in an ANSEP student success story, available here. In our work to build healthier homes and communities, ANTHC’s Environmental Health and Engineering team believes in partnership with communities and their residents to find solutions that meet the unique health needs of our people. For this reason, we are pleased to support programs like the University of Alaska’s Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program (ANSEP) that align with our goals of increasing and strengthening our Alaska Native workforce.

By encouraging more Alaska Native students to pursue degrees in science and engineering, ANSEP is helping prepare the next generation of ANTHC engineers who understand the rural Alaska way of life. Mike and ANTHC are helping give back through support of the ANSEP Acceleration Academy and programs for middle school students.

For more information on ANSEP, visit www.ansep.net.


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