The call is open until July 30, 2019 to PhD students from UArctic member institutions outside Québec working in the field of northern or Arctic research. The goal is to identify six finalists that UArctic will select to represent UArctic and present their work at the Arctic Circle Assembly (10-13 Oct 2019 in Reykjavik, Iceland).

Greenland Science Week is a multidisciplinary Greenlandic Arctic science conference surrounded by research-related workshops and public outreach. It builds bridges between science and the Greenlandic society, business community and government, and creates a networking and cooperation platform.

The International Mohn Prize for Outstanding Research Related to the Arctic carries a cash award of 2 million NOK (approximately 210 000 €) and is awarded biennially. The deadline for nominations is July 31, 2019.

A special issue of the 2019 Synnyt Journal, edited by Maria Huhmarniemi, Timo Jokela and Tuija Hautala-Hirvioja, has been published. The volume includes articles from around the Circumpolar North and encourages discourse about the role of art in the development of the Arctic.