Speaking: Kaare Ray Sikuaq Erickson, UIC Science/Battelle ARO, Utqiaġvik, Alaska
Online: 11:45 am - 1:00 pm AKDT, 3:45-5:00 pm EDT
This event is a two-part series. The first event will cover "History of Indigenous Communities in the Arctic" (Oct. 21st), the second event topic is "Cogeneration of Knowledge and Examples in the Arctic" (Oct. 28th).
The Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS) Annual Meeting is an important opportunity for the Council of ARCUS Institutional Member Representatives, ARCUS Individual Members, and other members of the broader Arctic research community to connect with one another, the ARCUS Board of Directors, and staff.
The meeting will be open to all interested participants and there is no cost to attend.
Please register below to receive ARCUS Annual Meeting updates, agenda details as they develop, and login instructions for joining the online event.
Note: The 3rd International Conference on Polar Climate and Environmental Change in the Last Millennium was originally scheduled for 24-26 September 2020 was moved to November due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 3rd International Conference on Polar Climate and Environmental Change in the Last Millennium will take place 23-25 November 2020 in Toruń, Poland.
The Arctic Research Consortium of the US (ARCUS) announces the Early Career Conference Funding Award to support up to twenty, US-based, early career researchers and students to participate in meetings and events relevant to Arctic research. In lieu of full travel grants during 2020/21, these funding awards will cover registration fees, session/abstract submission costs, and other relevant expenses related to virtual conference attendance (recognizing that many events have moved online or may be forced to do so) for one conference or event scheduled to take place through 31 May 2021.
Sitka WhaleFest is a festival to celebrate marine life through science education, community and storytelling! Sitka WhaleFest raises awareness, educates, and creates enthusiasm for the marine environment. Our goal is to bring a deeper understanding of the marine environment to a diverse and inclusive audience in a way that all participants feel welcome and engaged.