The course is the second part of NOVA (The Nordic Forestry, Veterinary and Agricultural University Network) PhD course series "Climate Change Entomology in the North" which is scheduled for 2017-2019. The course will take place 20-24 August 2018 in Gunnarsholt, the headquarters of the Soil Conservation Service of Iceland, Hel...
Institute of Architecture and Design of the Industrial University of Tyumen invites high-achieving Bachelor/Master students specializing in Architecture and Design to take part in the International Summer School "Architectural image of the Siberian city" in Tyumen (September 3 - 17, 2018).
The Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) and the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) is looking for a post doctorate with strong background in both power systems and power electronics to study power system technologies for isolated power systems in the Arctic and elsewhere.
The Arctic Science Fellowship Program 2018 offers early career researchers and researchers of Arctic indigenous heritage with an opportunity to cooperate with Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI) scientists. Application for the fellowship is open until April 2, 2018.
The “IASSA Working Group Gender in the Arctic” hosts an IASC-SHWG funded workshop on 6th of September 2018 in Oulu/Finland as a side meeting to the UArctic Congress. The deadline for papers is 1 April 2018.
Artist, professor Timo Jokela’s and artist, university teacher Antti Stöckell’s joint exhibition MADE WITH WINTER was opened on Friday 2nd March in Sami University of Applied Sciences. The exhibition is open between 2– 23 March 2018. The exhibition is a collaboration between the University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland and t...
The implementation of the course sought practical artistic-pedagogical ways to combine the principles of the Sami handicrafts (duodji) and community-based working method in environmental art. The aim was to create new cultural methods in implementation of winter art.
On September 6th and 7th, the University of Helsinki will host a non-academic side event, “Women of the Arctic: Bridging Policy, Research, and Lived Experience”, as a part of the second leg of the UArctic Congress 2018.
Are you interested in studying climate effects at 68 N, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, in an active research environment situated in the remote mountain areas of Northernmost Sweden? If the answer is yes, Umeå University’s latest contribution to the UArctic educational catalogue might be of a great interest to you.