The fellowship program aims to create the foundation of an Indigenous space in IARPC and to help align the research community to the priorities of those living in the Arctic. Each fellow will serve as a co-leader of an IARPC collaboration team and work on a joint project. Fellowships are for 18 months (with a subsistence break each year) with the option of an extension pending funding. Fellows will be supported with a stipend of $5,000.

Applications should be submitted via email to and include:

  • Personal statement: briefly tell us about yourself and what motivates you (200-300 words);
  • Statement of interest: why you are interested in becoming an IARPC fellow and how being an IARPC fellow might benefit your career (200-300 words);
  • Which collaboration team(s) or communities of practice are of most interest to you; and
  • Curriculum vitae/biography.

Application review begins: 29 February 2024

For more information, please read: Fellowship webpage

For questions, contact:
John Orr, IARPC