2022 ARCUS Annual Meeting
Date: Tuesday, 1 November 2022
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Alaska Time) Time Converter
Location: Online event
The ARCUS Annual Meeting is an important opportunity for ARCUS' Members, Board of Directors, staff, and other interested individuals to meet, talk, and connect with one another around key Arctic research and education issues and collaboration opportunities.
The meeting is open to all interested participants and there is no cost to attend. The meeting will focus on small group discussions to encourage sharing and networking.
Meeting Goals & Summary Report
The goals of the ARCUS Annual Meeting are to:
- CONNECT: Bring ARCUS members and others from the Arctic research and education community together to meet, talk, and connect.
- SHARE: Explore what ARCUS members are doing to address key challenges and opportunities.
- ADVANCE: Identify actionable ways that the ARCUS community can work together and support each other.
A meeting report will be produced after the Annual Meeting to summarize discussions and to identify opportunities for ongoing ARCUS community collaboration.
The latest draft of the 2022 ARCUS Annual Meeting has been included here for reference. Please note that this document is still under development by the ARCUS Membership Committee and may be updated further before the Annual Meeting.
Meeting Atmosphere, "Dress Code", & Code of Conduct
ARCUS Annual Meetings are intentionally designed to be fun, casual networking events. ALL ARE WELCOME and we completely appreciate the quirks and interruptions that accompany virtual participation (pets are always welcome to our meetings). With the meeting being the day after Halloween this year, costumes and funny hats are once again welcome to help make the Annual Meeting a fun experience! We also invite everyone to take a couple moments to review the ARCUS Annual Meeting Code of Conduct to help ensure a positive experience for all participants.
The 2022 ARCUS Annual Meeting is being organized by the following members of the ARCUS Membership Committee:
- Adrian Gall (ABR)
- Stacey Fritz (NREL/CCHRC)
- Heather Sauyag Jean Gordon (Child Trends)
- Åsa Rennermalm (Rutgers University)
- Ming Xiao (Pennsylvania State University)
- Emily Maxwell (University of Alaska Anchorage)
- Helen Wiggins (ARCUS)
- Brit Myers (ARCUS)
For additional information or questions about the meeting, please contact Brit Myers at brit [at] arcus.org.