The University of the Arctic has grown from a fantastic idea into circumpolar reality over the past twenty years. This success is an outcome of the creative minds in the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program of the Arctic Council back in 1997, followed up by strong leadership from the Arctic Indigenous peoples’ organizatio...

As part of the UArctic Congress 2021, heads of all UArctic higher education members have been invited to participate in the UArctic Rectors Roundtable meeting on the theme of the Future of Circumpolar Higher Education and Research, Sunday May 16, 1300-14:30 UTC.

Dear Colleagues, The University of the Arctic is interested in understanding the extent to which UArctic members and other universities and organizations are offering Arctic studies courses and degree programs jointly across two or more institutions. We also want to understand the barriers to and supports needed for developin...

The 2021 UArctic Congress will take place on May 15-18, 2021. Sessions will be hosted on an online event platform, with a very limited number of on-site events. 



This series of interactive webinars will bring researchers and stakeholders together to explore the problem of marine litter in the Barents Sea. Experts will share information on tools and technologies for mapping and monitoring, ways to identify sources of marine litter, and prospects for international collaboration.



Algoma University and international partners are hosting an online symposium on the Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Virtual Exchange Project on May 5th, 2021, at 9:00-10:30 a.m. ET (Toronto).

Stockholm University invites applications for a PhD researcher in environmental science. This full-time, four-year position will be located in Stockholm, Sweden.



Stockholm University invites applications for a PhD student in atmospheric science and oceanography, focusing on Arctic climate processes. This full-time, four-year position will be located in Stockholm, Sweden.