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By Dan Rudy 

Wrangell sophomore taking part in ANSEP summer school


A Wrangell student is currently in Anchorage getting a full month’s worth of science, math and engineering lessons.

On July 8 future sophomore Tasha Massin left for Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program’s (ANSEP) five-week acceleration academy, one of two such sessions it holds each summer. She joins 138 students from 30 different communities around the state, to be immersed in a university setting while exploring opportunities in scientific, technological, engineering and mathematical (STEM) fields.

“The goal of Acceleration Academy is to develop students academically and socia...

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