UArctic is seeking an experienced fundraising professional with demonstrated results in annual and major giving, special events, grants, and donor stewardship in the non-profit sector. The Director of Development must share in the values of UArctic and have a passion for the Arctic, the people who live there and for the issue...

On March 25, an Arctic Day was organized by the Scottish Government, and Highlands and Islands Enterprise, in Inverness, Scotland. Scottish-Arctic research, science and training was one of the main themes at the conference, and UArctic was invited to share views on how to develop partnerships between Scottish and Arctic insti...

Trent University hosts the 2019 UArctic Rectors' Forum on its Symon's Campus, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada August 19-22, 2019. Registration is now open for senior leaders of UArctic's higher education members.

UArctic is seeking an experienced fundraising professional with demonstrated results in annual and major giving, special events, grants, and donor stewardship in the non-profit sector. The Director of Development must share in the values of UArctic and have a passion for the Arctic, the people who live there and for the issue...

In an effort to share information and experiences with other university networks that have similar issues and challenges as UArctic, Chief Communications Officer Scott Forrest met with several such organizations in Paris and Brussels February 26-28.

On February 26, HIT Polar Academy and the UArctic HIT Training Centre were unveiled. The UArctic HIT Training Centre is the first UArctic Regional Centre, which supports the engagement of UArctic's members in China with the network's activities.



The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), in cooperation with the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), announce the availability of travel support for the Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) May 22-30, 2019 in Arkhangelsk, Russia.  Deadline is February 28, 2019.



Theme for the Nordic Council Environment Prize 2019: Initiatives that promote sustainable consumption and production by doing more and better with less. Anybody can suggest candidates for the prize - deadline is May 15, 2019. The winner will be announced in Stockholm on October 29, 2019 during the Session of the Nordic Council.


Established by the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), the thematic focus of the summit in 2019 is "Climate Change and Development of the Arctic Population."  ASSW is the largest annual international meeting of scientists who support and promote Arctic research.  Abstract submission is February 28.