Organized by the Anchorage Museum under various titles and forms for more than 30 years, Alaska Biennial celebrates place through the lens of contemporary art and encourages the creation of new works by Alaska artists.
The Arctic Centre Groningen will host a Winter School from 16-20 January 2023, aimed at (inter-) national civil servants and policy makers, politicians, managers, financial experts, (young) academics and PhD students who are looking for a nuanced and wide-ranging understanding of the Arctic.
The Ocean Practices programme is seeking Early Career Ocean Professional (ECOP) ambassadors who are passionate and enthusiastic about global interoperability, regional capabilities and ocean best practices, and are willing to play an important role in advocating for best practices, promoting the communication for the needs of...
Ilisimatusarfik is looking for an assistant professor with the special task of administering the project process of building a bachelor's degree in biology, with accession on 1 July 2022, or by appointment. The position is limited in time to 5 years.
"The Future of the Arctic Human Population – Migration in the North" introduces the challenges of Arctic migration by exploring the structures and conditions of integration from migrants’ and immigrants’ perspectives.
The symposium is an activity of the UArctic Thematic Network on Critical Arctic Studies and organized in collaboration with the doctoral programme of the University of Lapland “The Arctic in a Changing World”. The event will be organized in a hybrid mode on 22-23 November, 2022 in Rovaniemi, Finland.