The annual High North Dialogue Spaces of Opportunities conference is less a month away. This year’s topic is “Business in the Arctic – Spaces of Opportunities”, emphasizing the opportunities connected to Politics, Business, Outer Space and Ocean Space.
The Award includes a 100,000 euro grant to a promising project that could contribute materially to preventing, mitigating, adapting, and reversing the effects of climate change in the Arctic. Nominations can be submitted until April 30, 2023.
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy, located in New London, Connecticut, is seeking a passionate Arctic Study and Policy Researcher and Educator who inspires students and is ready to be inspired by the Corps of Cadets.
In tandem with the opening of the legislative session in January, the University of Alaska released the first in a series of informational reports to aid state leaders as Alaska confronts a rapidly changing Arctic and the increasingly globalized North.
Join the webinar hosted by the UArctic Thematic Network on Social Work. This webinar will present reflections from the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic from 3 authors whose work was published in the two-volume special edition on Social Work in the Time of COVID-19 in the Journal of Comparative Social Work.
Building on previous success, the Scottish Government has launched a new round of the Arctic Connections Fund to encourage cooperation and mutual learning between Scottish organisations and Arctic partners.
The conference took place on February 6-9, 2023, and brought together the ADVOST project team to explore a range of topics, including augmented and virtual reality devices, digital pedagogy, and the use of creative technology in educational spaces. The project is part of the activities of the UArctic Thematic Network on Teach...
UNBC student Sarah Dixon received a 2022 Skills Award for Indigenous Youth from the Forest Products Association of Canada and the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers, recognizing her contributions as a mentor to other Indigenous youth interested in natural resource industries and her commitment to a sustainable future.
Days 2 and 3 of the Anthropology Conference 2023 organized by The Arctic Anthropology Research Team (Arctic Centre), University of Lapland, offered many insightful presentations, keynote speeches, and a Plenary Roundtable.