UArctic is searching for motivated and enthusiastic interns for the fall 2021 who are interested in Arctic matters and willing to acquire knowledge of the Northern region; its environment, people and culture. The internship will provide an environment in which the intern can develop, enhance professional working and communica...
Northern Arctic Federal University (Arkhangelsk, North-West Russia) is pleased to announce the II International PhD School “Russia in the Arctic Dialogue: Local and Global Context” to be held online on 12-20 June, 2021 as a side event of the X International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS Х).
The International Arctic Social Sciences Association takes on the responsability to organize an online workshop from an innovative perspective to understand change and sustainability matters in the Arctic.
Diverse and inter-disciplinary PhD and MSc projects in relation to birch woodland restoration in Iceland are open for applications within the research project Restoration of birch woodlands in the 21st century – challenges, approaches and benefits (BirkiVist) funded by the Strategic Research and Devopment Program 2020-2023 on...
Stockholm University invites applications for a PhD student in atmospheric science and oceanography, focusing on Arctic climate processes. This full-time, four-year position will be located in Stockholm, Sweden.
The UArctic International Secretariat welcomed a new intern this week. Due to the current pandemic situation, Madeline will be working from France and hoping to physically join the office in Rovaniemi in the months to come.
As part of the activities of the UArctic Thematic Network on Local-scale Planning, Climate Change and Resilience, led by Dr. Jeff Birchall (University of Alberta, Canada) this online seminar series addresses issues related to climate change impacts and responses in the Arctic/ sub-Arctic.
The Teacher Education Network webinar will be held on 18 March. The presentation title is "The Arctic polar vortex and its impact on the weather and climate". The webinar is open for all to participate.
Agricultural University of Iceland is looking for an enthusiastic MSc student to join the project “Herbivores in the tundra: linking diversity and function (TUNDRAsalad)” funded by the Icelandic Research Fund.