Based at the University of Saskatchewan, CASES is an international research initiative bringing together public and private enterprise, northern and Indigenous communities, utilities, and universities, from Canada, Alaska, Sweden, and Norway. CASES is currently recruiting for one Master’s level student, one PhD and one Post D...

The winter school lecturers will tell about the traditional foods, agriculture in conditions of “double cold” (permafrost and low air temperatures), food security, animal breeding, food storage technologies in the North etc. The winter school will be held online via Zoom platform March 22-31, 2021.


The fourth session of the Arctic Youth Network Webinar Series will explore the biodiversity of Arctic flora and fauna as well as traditional conservation and land-use practices through youth perspectives. The webinar will be held on Thursday, January 28, 2021, at 11:00-12:00 EST/GMT-5.

The Korea Polar Research Institute invites you to the 26th International Symposium on Polar Sciences (ISPS2021) which will take place in Incheon* (from September 27 to 29, 2021). With “Responding to Climate Crisis” as its overarching theme, ISPS2021 invites researchers to discuss how polar science and technology can contribut...


In late October last year, thirty students from Norway and Russia (UiT, MASU and PetrSU) participated in the first BANHE course excursion arranged and based at the UiT- The Arctic University of Norway’s campus in Kirkenes, Norway’s border town with Russia. Due to the ongoing Covid-19-pandemic, participants from Russian and Sw...

In memoriam: Lene Kielsen Holm

Mon, Jan 18, 2021
UArctic Board member Lene Kielsen Holm has sadly passed away on January 10, 2021. UArctic extends our deepest condolences to Lene's family and friends, and the entire Arctic research community that knew her and had such great respect for her work. 

The Arctic Yearbook is calling for abstracts for its 2021 volume - the 10th anniversary edition. This year's theme is “Defining and Mapping the Arctic: Sovereignties, Policies and Perceptions”. Deadline for abstracts is March 1, 2021.


Faculty members in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill University are seeking highly motivated applicants for graduate students, postdoc, and lab technician positions in Arctic marine fish genomics and feeding ecology for the FISHSENS project for Fall 2021. Deadline for application is 15 February 2021.

The UArctic Læra Institute for Circumpolar Education is calling for participation in an online workshop on Friday 12th March to discuss different themes about Circumpolar Studies. As the climate changes, the Arctic now looms large in the popular perception as one of the most important regions on the planet. It attracts attent...


UArctic is searching for motivated and enthusiastic intern for the spring 2021 who is interested in Arctic matters and willing to acquire knowledge of the Northern region; its environment, people and culture. The internship will provide an environment in which the intern can develop, enhance professional working and communica...

Are you a woman working in polar sciences, research, Traditional Knowledge, Indigenous Knowledge, advocacy, or the arts? Polynya wants to feature you! Published by The Anchorage Museum and supported by the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, Polynya is a new free magazine that aims to activate a culture shif...