The Mon Projet Nordique / My Northern Project competition is a unique opportunity for the leaders of tomorrow to connect with their peers, network with potential career mentors and join in the international dialogue on key issues affecting the future of the Arctic.


At Home in the North is a research partnership within a Canada-wide collaboration of academics and community partners: The Collaborative Housing Research Network. The network is a joint initiative between the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).





Polar Pride Day will be held on the November 18. With two months to go, the UK Polar Network would like to invite you to join them and their partners across APECS, in celebrating this day with other organisations and institutions.

Researchers of UArctic Thematic Network "Working in the Arctic" conducted a study as a part of the annual research expedition "Arctic Floating University".


Dates: November, 17-19, 2021 Place: Salekhard (for local participants) and online  Organizer: Arctic Research Center (Yamal-Nenets autonomous district, Russia) supported by the Department for External Relations of the Yamal-Nenets autonomous district

The UArctic founders’ endowment fund, the Heal Fund, is created in memory of Bill Heal, the person behind the original idea of UArctic. The fund will initially support bringing students and early-career researchers together, and fostering collaboration across borders.