The third event of the Third Arctic Science Ministerial (ASM3) Webinar Series will take place on 03 December 2020, at 17:00-19:00 UTC. This webinar brings together a panel of Indigenous Leaders to discuss the upcoming Arctic Science Ministerial.
UArctic is searching for motivated and enthusiastic intern for the spring 2021 who is 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...
Last September Nord university conducted a digital tabletop exercise called Nuclear Emergency Preparedness Exercise-2020. This was developed in cooperation with the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) and Joint Rescue Coordination Center Northern Norway (JRCC NN).
The conference brought together experts from all around the world. The event was held online on 19 November and was part of joint activities of three projects of UArctic Thematic Network on Teacher Education.
The workshop “Indigenizing Education: Historical Perspectives and Present Challenges in Sámi Education“ was held online 16-17 November and it was hosted by the UiT-Arctic University of Norway and Professor Torjer Olsen. The workshop was the first in series of three workshops in project Indigenous Pedagogy in Teacher Education...
The New York Times Style Magazine published an online story with the headline: "In the Arctic, Reindeer Are Sustenance and a Sacred Presence". The article explores the significance of protecting dying culinary traditions for reindeer herders from Arctic Indigenous communities.
AIAS is pleased to announce that they have up to 15 AIAS-COFUND Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowships available at Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, AIAS, for talented junior and senior researchers from all academic disciplines.
The University of Oulu coordinated networking project “Indigenous and non-indigenous residents of the Nordic-Russian region: Best practices for equity in healthy ageing (NORRUS-AGE)” received its successful online start on November 4, 2020.
Despite COVID-19, it succeeded this weekend in completing an international PhD course at the Greenland Center for Health Research at Ilisimatusarfik. The participants came from Canada, Russia, the USA, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
Professor Jeffrey Welker* and Colleagues
*UArctic Research Chair, University of Oulu, Finland & University of Alaska Anchorage
The Snowier, New Arctic may lead to major increases in C capture and storage: A negative climate change feedback.
We invite everyone interested in the development of Northern regions to participate in the International Model Northern Forum, which will be held online on November 19-20. The registration for the Model Northern Forum ends on November 8, essay submission – November 15.