Norilsk State Industrial Institute invites participants to an international scientific conference “Scientific capacity of the Arctic”, which is to take place on April 25, 2020. Apply before February 25, 2020!
The 2020 Polar Law Symposium will be held at Kobe University Rokkodai Campus, Kobe, Japan. The symposium is under the main theme of “The Rule of Law in the Polar Regions” with distinctively bi-polar and “mid-latitude” perspectives. Abstracts are due March 31, 2020.
The theme of the Arctic Yearbook 2019 is Redefining Arctic Security. This eighth edition of the Arctic Yearbook seeks to articulate how security has been redefined in the Arctic region. The online version is available at https://arcticyearbook.com/.
Arctic Sustainable Arts and Design (ASAD) thematic network has received funding from Institute of Higher Education Norway/UiT to develop and run international research and educational Summer Schools in 2020.
Improve your knowledge about Arctic issues and people by studying and experiencing life in another circumpolar institution. north2north mobility program enables you to experience life in another North while gaining international competencies that will benefit your future career and academic endeavours.
Raising the importance of research, gender equality and environmental challenges in the Arctic, the Finnish Ambassador for Arctic & Antarctic Affairs Petteri Vuorimäki gave a powerful video interview during the Arctic Spirit conference 2019 in Rovaniemi, Finland.
The course addresses tourism in the Arctic and Subarctic with an emphasis on tourist's experience and the connections between tourism, host communities and landscapes. The course is part of a joint Master's focus offered by the UArctic Thematic Network on Northern Tourism.
The Arctic Design School, Urals State University of Architecture and Art, Ekaterinburg, Russia, is now inviting proposals for a joint exhibition scheduled for April 2020. Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2020.
The international Conference "The Role of Universities in Addressing Societal Challenges and Fostering Democracy: Inclusion, Migration, and Education for Citizenship" will take place on April 2‐3, 2020 at the University of Akureyri, Iceland. The call for papers is open until December 15, 2019.