The traveling exhibition “Visualizing Environmental Change“, produced by the Thematic Network on Communicating Arctic Research, is located at the University of Lapland in Rovaniemi, Finland from October 28 until November 26, 2016.
The Encyclopedia of the Barents Region (With Foreword by Thorvald Stoltenberg and Mikhail Gorbachev) contains comprehensive knowledge about the history, economy, and culture of the Barents Region. The Encyclopedia is an outcome of an international academic project with participants mainly from Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Rus...
As a specialization in Arctic climate and environment, Arctic Research Centre at Aarhus University and Greenland Institute of Natural Resources offer six Arctic courses in the spring semester. The courses take place in Nuuk, Greenland.
The Model Arctic Council 2017-2018, organized under the Finnish Chairmanship of the Arctic Council (2017-2019), will consist of one or two simulations, depending on the level of interest expressed among the member universities of the UArctic.
Northern (Arctic) Federal University invites exchange students to take part in the spring semester programme “Diverse Arctic: Local Challenges – Global Changes” starting from February 2016. This interdisciplinary English-taught programme is constituted of four compulsory courses which give insights into societies, politics, h...
Russian State Hydrometeorological University (Saint-Petersburg) invites you to take part in the 4th International Science Forum "Interdisciplinary aspects of the dialogue of cultures", December 1-2, 2016.
Sámi University of Applied Sciences organizes Sámi School History Conference: From Sámi school history research towards developing the Sámi teaching. November 15th-16th 2016 Diehtosiida, Guovdageaidnu, Norway.
The Times Higher Education website has interviewed Lasse Lønnum, Director of UiT The Arctic University of Norway. In the article, he discusses life at the world’s northernmost university, and how it leads collaborative research on Arctic issues.
The University of Bergen is the Norwegian university with the biggest impact in Arctic research, and is the seventh most cited university in the world in this field, according to a new study. Source: http://www.uib.no/en/news/100804/top-norwegian-university-arctic-research-impact
Future Earth Norway, Nord University and UiT The Arctic University of Norway organize an Interdisciplinary PhD Course in Marine Sustainability from 27 February to 5 March 2017, Bodø – Hurtigruten - Tromsø. Registration deadline: 1 December.
On 12-13 October 2016, Russian International Affairs Council with support of the Executive Office of the Government of Russia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia held the Conference titled “International Cooperation in the Arctic: New Challenges and Vectors of Development”. Scientists from Saint Petersburg State Uni...