Join Corina Qaaġraq Kramer and Cana Uluak Itchuaqiyaq, Iñupiaq sister-collaborators from Kotzebue, Alaska, as they delve into three crucial elements of equitable Arctic research. In their presentation, they will explore practical strategies that can be applied to your work prior to, during, and after conducting research in collaboration with Arctic Indigenous communities. Drawing upon the valuable insights outlined in their recently published handbook, Equitable Arctic Research: A Guide for Innovation, Corina and Cana will demonstrate the ongoing relevance of equity throughout the research process. By embracing these strategies, you will be empowered to foster innovative and sustainable projects, while cultivating meaningful relationships with the Arctic Indigenous communities you collaborate with.
Registration is required for this event. Instructions for accessing the webinar will be sent to registrants prior to the event.
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ARCUS Arctic Research Seminar Series webpage
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