The Polar Science Early Career Community Office (PSECCO) invites applications for their Spring 2024 Conference Travel Grant. This award is open to early career researchers or K-12 educators based in the United States and affiliated with a U.S.-based institution.
This book collection will explore how Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists from Arctic communities have witnessed and responded to environmental changes often driven by human actions and the associated impacts of those changes on identity and wellbeing.
In mid-February, together with local Finnish embassies, Arctic Spirit -branded events happened in the Canadian capital, Ottawa, and in the US capital, Washington DC. The event was held in Ottawa in February 13th and in Washington DC on February 15th 2024.
The second CAS roundtable and research clinic was held online 27 February, 2024. In the roundtable, experts from the UArctic Thematic Network on Critical Arctic Studies (CAS) shared their views about the theme of the event “CAS: a theory, a method or a perspective – or something else?”.
A new report on Research Analytics and Bibliometrics has been released. Titled "Arctic Research Trends: External Funding 2016–2022," the report provides insights into Arctic research funding, priorities, key actors, and financial strategies.
The COIL@UArctic Thematic Network announces their inaugural event, the first in the bi-monthly workshop program on collaborative online international learning (COIL) in the Arctic. This free online event will take place on Tuesday, 27 February, 4:00-5:30 p.m. GMT (7:00-8:30 a.m. AKST).
Thematic Network on Collaborative Online International Learning and Biodiversity Education across the Arctic Circle (COIL@UArctic) is thrilled to announce that the new open access web-resource on Collaborative Online International Learning is now live!
The Department of Biology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology invites applications for an Associate Professor in marine phytoplankton ecology. This full-time, permanent position will be located in Trondheim, Norway.
We are excited to invite you to explore the dynamic and interdisciplinary world of One Health in our upcoming two-module (onsite and online) course with a focus in Northern Communities and Ecosystems. The modules are jointly organized by UiT The Arctic University of Norway (UiT), University of South-Eastern Norway (USN), Inla...