The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) invites applications for an Interdisciplinary Science Communication Training Program for Early Career Scientists. This program will take place from 19 February to May 2018 and will be conducted via Zoom webinar software. The application deadline is 2 February, 2018.

University of Lapland (Finland), in cooperation with the Model Arctic Council Thematic Network, will host a Model Arctic Council 2018 in October 29 November 2, 2018 in Rovaniemi, Finland.

Applications are invited from highly qualified and motivated applicants to take up a new PhD scholarship opportunity in the Department of Anthropology in the School of Social Science at the University of Aberdeen. The online application must be completed by 16 May 2018.

The Arctic Circle Secretariat is now accepting proposals for Breakout Sessions at the Arctic Circle Assembly to be held October 19-21, 2018, in Reykjavík, Iceland. Submissions will be accepted until 25 May, 2018.

Laval University is encouraging interested students to apply for the Sentinel North International School: Shedding Light on Arctic Marine Ecosystem Services. The school will be held July 12-24 in Baffin Bay, Nunavut aboard the CCGS Amundsen Icebreaker. The application deadline is 28 January, 2018.  

The Russian-British workshop took place at Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge, UK. This event was organized by UArctic research office within the project “Development of the UK-Russia Arctic Research and Collaboration Network” to deepen existing links between educational and research institutions in both countries. 

Northern (Arctic) Federal University invites you to participate in the expedition project "Arctic Floating University 2018". Arctic Floating University was established in 2012 to unite science and education on the territory of the Arctic region and its objectives are to preserve the Arctic environment and to ensure the sustai...

The Arctic region is like a real-time laboratory for climate change – the sensitive northern climate reacts first to changes and foreshadows changes to come elsewhere in the world. This is why Arctic research is important. The results of such research have already brought changes for the better.