The University of Saskatchewan is honouring Dr. David Natcher (PhD) with its 2023 Publicly Engaged Scholarship Team Award for research that engages governments, Indigenous groups, companies, and multidisciplinary academics in collaborative efforts to address social, environmental, and economic impacts of resource development.

Applications are open until August 17 for motivated and enthusiastic interns for the fall 2023 who are interested in Arctic matters and willing to acquire knowledge of the Northern region: its environment, people and culture.

This blog post from the UArctic Thematic Network on Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity is related to the ConnectED project, which received funding from the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science as a result of the 2021 UArctic Project Call for Networking Activities on Arctic Research.

The UArctic Academic Advisory Board – the Award Evaluation Committee – has selected four candidates to be considered for the 2023 Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award, all with great potential. The winner will be announced in October at the Arctic Circle Assembly.