UArctic member bulletin for the month of November 2022 has just been released.
The second Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award (FP Award) has been awarded to Marius O. Jonassen and Hanne H. Christiansen in a ceremony today at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavík. Their winning project aims to develop an advanced permafrost and meteorological climate change response system in order to build resilience in Arctic communities.
- UArctic Board meets in Copenhagen
- Meet UArctic sixth session: Canadian Member Information Meeting
- First UArctic President's Leadership Medals awarded
- UArctic Founders meet in Reykjavík
- UArctic Danish Realm members Caucus gathered in Copenhagen
Highlights from Thematic Networks and Chairs:
- Report on graduate education conducted by UArctic Thematic Networks during 2005-2021 released
- Introducing the UArctic Chair Kirk Anderson
- UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Law organized an academic session at the 15th Polar Law Symposium
- The first UArctic Chairs’ meeting held in Reykjavik
Study Catalogue Highlight
The Bachelor of Circumpolar Studies provides in-depth knowledge about environment and sustainability in the High North. Candidates gain insight into indigenous issues, social conditions and Arctic politics.
Research Infrastructure Catalogue Highlight
The station is run and operated by the following three member institutions of the Centre d’études nordiques: Université Laval, Université du Québec à Rimouski and the Institut national de la recherche scientifique. It has a total capacity for 25 people and comprises of 3 buildings for accomodations, a laboratory building, a fully equipped meeting room, a garage and a workshop. It is surrounded by the eastern Canadian Shield taiga with Boreal forest dominated by black spruce and grey pine.
On October 14, 2022, during the Arctic Circle Assembly, PhD and Master students from Québec and UArctic universities had an opportunity to present their work through lightning talks.
Rachel Guindon, M.Sc. student in Biology, Université Laval, Canada and her presentation: 50 Years of Muskox Presence in Northern Québec: Investigating Potential Effects on Plant Communities presentation became the audience's favourite.