The Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS) invites applications for the Early Career Conference Funding Award. The Early Career Conference Funding Award supports U.S.-based, early career researchers and students to participate in virtual meetings and events relevant to Arctic research.
North x North is an annual program of the Anchorage Museum that celebrates connection, creativity, imagination and innovation across Alaska and the Northern regions and convenes people worldwide for a discussion about possible futures and the potential of place, people, and planet.
The UArctic Photo Competition is an annual event organized by the University of Arctic (UArctic) in collaboration with the Arctic Sustainable Art and Design Thematic Network (ASAD). The theme of the competition in 2022 is Arctic Polarities. The deadline has been extended to February 28, 2022.
The Executive Organizing Committee for Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) 2022 is seeking community input, in the form of short statements and poster abstracts, that will help guide discussions during the Thematic Working Group sessions. AOS 2022 will take place 30 March-1 April 2022 in Tromsø, Norway.
Every year, the Arctic Inspiration Prize celebrates its new laureates at an awards ceremony that showcases the AIP finalists, winners and performances by artists from across the North. This year’s ceremony will also celebrate the AIP’s 10th anniversary and will feature past laureates throughout the show.
This holistic project on "Enhancing International Scientific Cooperation: Arctic Science and Technology Advice with Ministries" will be held online, consisting in a series of 3 webinars with a duration of 2-3 hours each, with plenary presentations and breakout sessions.
The Department of Biosciences and DurhamArctic, Levehulme Doctoral Training Centre at Durham University are delighted to be hosting the postponed 2021 UK Arctic Science Conference on 11th - 13th April, 2022.