UArctic member bulletin for the month of January 2023 has just been released.
- north2north application round for 2023/2024 is open
- UArctic participates in Umeå Arctic Forum
- New intern Elena Beuttner joins the UArctic International Secretariat
Highlights from Thematic Networks and Chairs:
- Arctic Sustainable Art and Design TN has received funding for the development of its activities in 2023-2025
- The 10th Volume of the Current Developments in Arctic Law (CDAL) is out
- Using local and scientific knowledge in resource management: Workshop in Aasiaat
Research Infrastructure Catalogue Highlight
The Arctic Institute of North America is home to the Kluane Lake Research Station (KLRS) which is located 220 km northwest of Whitehorse, Yukon, on the south shore of Kluane Lake, on the traditional lands of the Kluane, Champagne-Ashihik and White River First Nations. The station was established in 1961 and has provided support to researchers from across Canada and around the world since that time.
Alba Puigdefabregas Sieso from Umeå University (Umeå, Sweden) studied in the Alaska Pacific University (Anchorage, Alaska) through UArctic's north2north program.
"I had courses such as Conservation Biology, Scientific Writing, Avalanche Forecasting for Professionals, and Winter Wilderness Skills that have inspired me deeply"