Migration in Harmony: An Interdisciplinary Network on Littoral Species, Settlements, and Cultures on the Move (MiH-RCN) is a major international initiative working to synthesize current research and build collaborative project teams to support a resilient, just, and sustainable Arctic in motion. Together, we strive to nurture a sense of community within the network by providing education, training, and exchange opportunities for all members, from high school students to senior scholars. To accomplish our critical goals, we need traditional knowledge holders, natural scientists, engineers, students, economists, social scientists, health professionals, cultural heritage workers, educators — and YOU to join the free network today. Network membership includes a monthly newsletter to keep you informed about the network’s work including: member news, exclusive publications and research, and travel opportunities to annual meetings. Don’t miss this founding opportunity to participate and advance critical knowledge sharing among your most esteemed and committed international colleagues.
Join NSF-funded Arctic Migration Research Coordination Network
Fri, Apr 17, 2020
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $500,000 grant to Georgetown University, in partnership with the University of Alaska Anchorage and the Arctic Institute, to establish a Research Coordination Network on Arctic Migrations.