US Army Corps of Engineers
Alaska District

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recognizes the critical role that Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education plays in enabling the U.S. to remain the economic and technological leaders of the global marketplace, and enabling the Department of Defense and Army in the security of our Nation. We are committed to teaming with others to strengthen STEM-related programs that inspire current and future generations of young people to pursue careers in STEM fields.

Alaska District STEM

Mike Alley, civil engineer in the Design Branch at the Alaska District, instructs Jarrett Oney Feb. 18 about a storm water outfall on Kodiak Island. Alley is mentoring Oney who is a local high school student and member of the Anchorage School District Gifted Mentorship Program. Alley's passion for teaching led him to volunteer his time and expertise to the program.
Bruce Sexauer (far left), chief of the Planning Section in the Program and Project Management Division, helped coach the “Electronically Overdressed Survivors,” a LEGO Robotics team sponsored by the Girl Scouts of Alaska, to victory Dec.7 at their regional qualifying tournament. Natural disasters are the theme for this year’s robotics league. The Electronically Overdressed Survivors were credited with thorough research into the subject for directly reaching out to the Alaska District, Federal Emergency Management Agency and state agencies for information. The team placed second in the robot performance segment of the competition as well. The group is now qualified for the state invitational competition in January. Congratulations and keep up the great work!
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Contact Us

Do you have questions about STEM? Want to know how you can partner with the Alaska District on a great STEM opportunity? Call 907-753-5667.