The U.S. National Science Foundation’s Navigating the New Arctic (NNA) initiative aims to improve understanding of Arctic change and to advance actionable knowledge through convergence research—collaborative research that draws on information and expertise from across disciplines and knowledge systems, including Indigenous Knowledge, to solve complex challenges. NNA aims to empower new research partnerships from local to international scales, diversify the next generation of Arctic researchers, enhance efforts in formal and informal education, and support co-production of knowledge with Indigenous Peoples. This meeting will focus on highlighting both existing international NNA research partnerships and opportunities for new international collaboration. The meeting will be organized and facilitated by the NNA Community Office (NNA-CO), whose mission it is to build awareness, partnerships, opportunities, and resources to support equitable research collaborations within NNA and beyond. Current NNA researchers and collaborators are invited, along with anyone interested in learning more about NNA and related opportunities.

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Jenna Vater

Matthew Druckenmiller