UArctic member bulletin for the month of April 2023 has just been released.
We are pleased to invite all UArctic members to attend UArctic Assembly 2023 held in Quebec City, Canada on 22-26 May. The meeting is hosted by Université Laval. Register through this link.
Deadline for registrations is 7 May 2023.
Read about the highlights of the meeting including a scenic boat cruise on the St Lawrence river, a panel discussion on sustainable development, an Indigenous-themed social evening, and the gala banquet at the Salle des Promotions.
- Give your input into the Fourth International Conference on Arctic Research Planning
- My Northern Project call for Nordic PhD proposals for Arctic Circle Assembly and Additional call
- Scottish Arctic Network established as a UArctic Regional Centre
- Meet UArctic session: Entrepreneurship Fund
Highlights from Thematic Networks and Chairs:
- A Panel Session at the Arctic Circle Japan Forum: The Cryosphere: Legitimizing the links between the Arctic and the Third Pole
- Calotte Academy 2023 - Second Call for Papers
- Save the date: Climate change and green transition as global challenges for science and society - 2nd ACCC Impact Week
- Interdisciplinary permafrost workshop in Longyearbyen, Svalbard
Study Catalogue Highlight
Yukon University's Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance offers students the skills, experience and knowledge to affect real change in self-determination and governance in the North and beyond. The program aims to build northern leadership capacity by providing students with the values, knowledge and skills to work collaboratively within the unique governance landscape of the North.
Research Infrastructure Catalogue Highlight
We encourage members of UArctic community to submit new infrastructures, update existing ones if needed, and in general to explore the UArctic Research Infrastructure Catalogue. The Catalogue is an online database for searching and identifying research infrastructures and facilities located at and operated by the UArctic member institutions.
The UArctic International Secretariat welcomes new intern Chloe Kiernicki this spring. Chloe studies at Tampere University, where she is pursuing a M.Sc. in Sustainable Architecture. In addition to curriculum about the built and natural environments, she is following courses from the Circumpolar Studies program and has virtually attended the winter school from UArctic member Harbin Institute of Technology and the Korea Arctic Academy.