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Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program.

Michele Yatchmeneff and Matt Calhoun, both Alaska Native Science b Engineering Program alumni, are the first tenure-track Alaska Native engineering faculty members at the University of Alaska Anchorage. They both recently earned their PhD in engineering.

Yatchmeneff was deputy director at ANSEP and has worked in the construction and engineering industries, specializing in water and sewer projects in remote villages across the state. Yatchmeneff earned her PhD in engineering from Purdue University and a BS and MS in engineering from UAA.

Calhoun was a project engineer for three years before returning to ANSEP as a regional director in 2006. He earned his PhD in civil engineering from UAF, an MS in civil engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a BS in civil engineering from UAA.

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Title Annotation:RIGHT MOVES; Michele Yatchmeneff and Matt Calhoun earned their PhD in engineering
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Author:Slaten, Russ
Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U9AK
Date:Nov 1, 2015
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