The Calotte Academy 2020 is planned to be organized in the beginning of June 2020 in the European Arctic — Enontekiö and Inari, Finland; Kautokeino, Kirkenes and Svanvik, Norway; and Apatity and Nikel, Russia. The theme of the 2020 Academy is "New and emerging trends of Arctic governance, geopolitics, geoeconomics, and science."Read more ...
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To empower Indigenous scholars and provide a key opportunity for officials at US government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and other groups working on Arctic issues to learn and integrate information/perspectives from multiple Arctic knowledge systems, the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS) and the Inuit Circumpolar Council - Alaska (ICC-Alaska) invite applications from US Arctic Indigenous scholars to travel to Washington DC.Read more ...
We are excited to announce that GSS Fellows is accepting applications between January 15 until February 28, 2020.
The GSS Fellows Program offers a 10-week paid professional training experience with a Sustainability Organization for young professionals and/or graduate students from under-represented groups. This program aims to bridge young professionals to career or graduate school.
A special issue of the journal 'Insects' on Polar Entomology is open for manuscript submissions. The deadline has been extended to 31 January 2020.
See more information here: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/insects/special_issues/mr_AEnt
Our Call for Applications for the next Klaus Töpfer Sustainability Fellowship is released now! https://www.iass-potsdam.de/en/news/iass-call-applications-2020-klaus-topfer-sustainability-fellowship. You can find more information here!
KOPRI is now accepting applications for its two fellowship schemes; the Asian Polar Science Fellowship Program and the Arctic Science Fellowship Program.Read more ...
We are now inviting you to submit proposals for funding for Ship-time or access to Marine Equipment on the second SEA-Programme call “REGIONAL” with any of the Research Vessels and/or Marine Equipment displayed HERE to carry out ship-based research activities within any field of marine science (restrictions may apply, check specific access conditions for each vessel).
This call will remain open until Friday 28th of February 2020, 12:00 CET.
TO SUBMIT your proposal, REGISTER and UPLOAD it here: https://ptoutline.eu/app/eurofleetsplus_sea2
Download the Call documents, including instructions and templates HERE.
A new category of paper, the Opinion Editorial (Op-Ed) on Journal Advances in Polar Science was introduced in 2017, which attracts more attention from the international polar community. As Dr. Roger J. Braithwaite from the University of Manchester comments that this is a most welcome initiative! Up to now, five Opinion Editorials were published, you are welcome to query and discuss on each article by E-mail directly with the corresponding authors.Read more ...
The Future of the Arctic Human Population: Migration in the North Conference takes place in Rovaniemi, Finland on 28–29 May 2020. This will be the first ever conference on (im)migration in the cap of the north that is a part of series of activities of UArctic Thematic network on Arctic Migration. The first conference day consists panel discussions of policy makers and business sector. The second day is science-orientated and consists scientific presentations and panel discussion. The conference venue is Arktikum. All international Arctic and non-Arctic actors, researchers and policymakers are warmly welcome to the conference!Read more ...
The United States Permafrost Association is sponsoring travel grants for permafrost young researchers to the 12th International Conference on Permafrost that will be held in Lanzhou, China from June 22 to June 26th, 2020. Abstracts are being accepted until January 31, 2020 by the local organizing committee, http://icop2020.csp.escience.cn/dct/page/65558. The USPA travel grant application and supporting materials will be posted on the USPA website in early March after abstract acceptance notices are issued by the organizing committee. Applicants are required to be members of USPA, PYRN and undergraduate, graduate, or post doctoral students at a University or within two years of graduation from a University.