SEEYOUTH is a 24-month long project (2020-2022), funded as part of the Trans-Atlantic Platform - a collaborative partnership developed to enhance dialogue and innovation among humanities and social science researchers in South America, North America and Europe.
This is a friendly reminder that the International Polar Foundation along with its many Arctic stakeholder partners has invited you to attend the 12th annual Arctic Futures Symposium, which starts next week!
The Convergent Arctic Research Perspectives and Education (CARPE) National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Traineeship (NRT) program at the University of New Hampshire is accepting applications for Fall 2022. These positions will be located in Durham, New Hampshire.
The Fedoruk Centre in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan and Tourism Saskatoon is proud to host 11th International Conference on Isotopes, on June 19-23, 2022 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada under the auspices of the World Council of Isotopes.
The two-day multi-stakeholder workshop on strengthening cooperation on marine litter in the Barents Sea was organized by the UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Plastic Pollution in collaboration with the UArctic Research Office in Arkhangelsk, Russia, and took place on November 23-24, 2021 online.
The “AGE-Arctic” project is the project supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers (October, 2020 – August, 2023). It is coordinated by the University of Lapland. The purpose of the AGE-Arctic project is to explore ageing, gender, and ethnicity through the lens of equality and social justice.
UArctic Thematic Networks on the Arctic in Asia, Asia in the Arctic, and on Arctic Law jointly organized a one-day hybrid seminar: Strengthening Region-building through Multilevel Governance and Interregional Cooperation: Urban Sustainability through the Arctic Mayors Forum: Part 1. The seminar was held on November 15, 2021 a...
Online workshop “The development of sustainable cruise industry in the Pacific Arctic: Past developments and future prospects” in cooperation with 12th J-ARC Net Open Seminar, will take place on December 8-9, 2021, at 14:00–17:00 (Japan time) / 8:00–11:00 (Moscow time).
In collaboration with the ’Arctic in a Changing World’ doctoral programme, APECS Science & Diplomacy and UArctic Critical Studies are inviting all interested doctoral candidates to a virtual open roundtable.