Arctic Frontiers Emerging Leaders calls for young professionals and Ph.D. students/post docs to meet with representatives from academia, business and the public sector through an inspiring and educational program. Emerging Leaders for the Arctic challenge will be arranged in Norway, 20 - 26 January 2016.

The fieldtrip of students from the Arctic University of Norway (UiT), University of Tromsø, headed by prof. Kare Kullerud with assistance by Anna Pryadunenko to South Verkhoyansk was held from June 28 till July 11, 2015. The field trip was organised by the Thematic Network on Arctic Geology.

Maria Ackrén from University of Greenland was one of the applicants who received financial support from north2north, UArctic mobility and exchange programme for teachers, researchers and students. During her stay in The Faroe Islands in April 2015, Maria associated with an Academic Board Meeting for the West-Nordic studies.

Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research invites submissions of research papers by young authors—students working towards doctoral degrees and those who received PhDs no earlier than five years ago—doing research in social sciences: sociology, anthropology, ethnography, social history, and related disciplines. 

Unique discovery allows to suggests that mining on the Yamal Peninsula started more than six thousand years ago. 22 members of the expedition, students, graduates and academic staff of Ural Federal University (Russia) and students from other Russian universities spent about a month digging the unique complex