The University of Bergen is hosting a hybrid side event at the Arctic Frontiers conference in Tromsø. Can we solve the global challenges of today by looking to the Arctic – where people and societies always have faced the extreme?
The University of Oulu is one of the most significant multidisciplinary universities studying the northern regions of the world and giving education about them. The university's first Arctic strategy supports the continuation of the work. It was announced on January 24, 2023.
Viewing the Arctic as a key region for global development in the 21st century, the book offers a cross-disciplinary conceptual framework for understanding what international cooperation is, why it is difficult and what kind of alternative views can apply in the Arctic.
Partners from across UArctic and especially Indigenous communities are invited to support and inform the development of a proposal for the adoption of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) as a recognized teaching and learning approach across UArctic.
Vancouver Island University's Engaged Citizens Speaker Series is a forum designed to provoke intellectual, engaging and meaningful dialogue about social challenges, opportunities and the community around us while advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
Join artists Thomas Chung, David Joel, and Lauren Stanford as they discuss their work in the 2022 Alaska Biennial exhibition. Following the artist talks, there will be a Q&A with the audience. Free, in-person event.
Safety in post covid tourism was on the agenda when Øyvind Paulsen, student at Master in Preparedness and Emergency Management at Nord University, recently attended a short-term exchange program through Lapland University of Applied Sciences in Northern Finland.
Community Operators complete a comprehensive training course where they learn how to assemble, operate, and maintain the SmartkAMUTIK and SmartBUOY sensors. They learn how to use ocean instruments and upload the information to SIKU, the platform where the data collected is shared with their community.
Taking place on 27-28 March 2023, Ocean Hackathon will allow participants to live-test EMODnet’s data resources and services in the marine domain and to create and share innovative ideas for the development of useful ocean-related applications.