Join UArctic for an upcoming webinar focusing on the vital theme of "Fostering Cross-disciplinary Collaboration" within the context of Arctic exploration and research. This webinar will take place on March 27, 2024, at 2:00 PM NST.

In today's rapidly evolving Arctic landscape, addressing complex challenges requires collaboration across diverse fields of study. The webinar will delve into key aspects of cross-disciplinary collaboration, including:

  • Fostering collaboration between different disciplines
  • Integrating social, environmental, and economic perspectives
  • Creating a holistic understanding of Arctic issues
  • Incorporating Indigenous knowledge

Panelists include the following scholars and educators:

  • Dr. Pat Maher (Nipissing University): Professor, School of Physical and Health Education
  • Dr. Ramona Neckaway (University College of the North): Vice President of the Aboriginal Northern Studies Program
  • Dr. Ken Coates (Yukon University): Chair of the Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance program
  • Moderator - Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo (Memorial University) - Vice-Provost, Labrador Campus, and Dean, School of Arctic & Subarctic Studies

This webinar presents a unique opportunity for UArctic members to gain valuable insights into the power of interdisciplinary collaboration in driving appropriate innovation and sustainable solutions for the Arctic region. We encourage all UArctic members interested in Arctic research, education, and policy to join us for this engaging and informative discussion. Whether you are an established researcher, an educator, a student, or a policymaker, your participation will contribute to the richness of the conversation.

To register for the webinar and receive further details, please visit is limited, so we encourage you to secure your spot early. The webinar will be recorded and a recording will be sent out to those who have registered. If you have any questions please reach out to

We look forward to your participation in this exciting event as we come together to explore the transformative potential of cross-disciplinary collaboration in shaping the future of the Arctic.