The UArctic Research Chair, Professor Jeff Welker, University of Oulu, Finland and University of Alaska Anchorage, has co-authored a new set of discoveries regarding thinning and melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) is beginning its yearly effort to gather information on relevant research activities that have occurred over the last fiscal year (FY) and invite the community to share the work they have been doing during FY2020 with the wider research community. Request for Informatio...
The third round of the Fulbright Arctic Initiative will focus on Arctic Security and Cooperation, Arctic Infrastructure in a Changing Environment, and Community Dimensions of Health. Finnish applicants can apply until September 2, 2020.
The North Calotte Council has awarded 10000€ to Gender Studies Unit at Faculty of Education, University of Lapland, as a supplementary grant to project “Understanding gender inequality among caregivers in aging sector in Nordic countries”.
The results for the 2020 UArctic Project Call for Networking Activities on Arctic Research and are now ready, and four projects will receive funding from the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science for their two-year projects starting this autumn. UArctic wishes success to the projects and looks forward to hearing mor...
How does climate action look like in politics and leadership? What are current national priorities in the Arctic? What can we learn from COVID-19 to improve online education? Five stories address these questions in the newest issue of our Shared Voices magazine.
The Northern Sustainable Development Forum is a permanent international expert platform for discussing the issues and prospects of sustainable development of the Arctic and the North. It will be held in Yakutsk, Sakha Republic (Yakutia), Russia from Sept 27-30 both locally and online.
Researchers from the Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry RAS and the University of Tyumen have published for the first time data on water quality and concentration of a wide range of elements in small lakes of three Arctic regions of Russia.
How does one become involved in UArctic and our activities, and how can it be of benefit? Giuseppe Amatulli, the newest student representative to the Board of UArctic, describes his journey in the Durham University Student Blog.