ARCUS would like to announce that we are making some changes to our Arctic Research Seminar Series. The largest change will be that in-person seminars will no longer be solely based in Washington D.C. In-person seminar locations will now vary depending on the location of the presenter. The live webinar option will still be available for those unable to attend in person.
The ARCUS Arctic Research Seminar Series invites leading Arctic researchers and community leaders to share, both in person and via simultaneous webinar, the latest findings in Arctic research and what they mean for decision-making. The events are free and open to the public, and will be of particular interest to interest to the international Arctic research community, federal agency officials, congressional staff, non-governmental organizations, Arctic educators, and the public.
Registration is required for the both the live seminar as well as the live-streamed webinar associated with each event. The location of the in-person seminar will vary depending on the location of the presenter.
For those of you on Twitter, we also invite you to join our online discussion of each event using the hashtag #arcuswebinar.
The ARCUS Arctic Research Seminar Series is made possible with support by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement No. PLR-1304316. We would also like to thank the Polar Research Board for their generous in-kind staff support during seminar events.
Please contact Stacey Stoudt at stacey [at] arcus.org with any questions.
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- 3 May 2019: Larry Hamilton (UNH) - What People Know: Asking About the Arctic on U.S. General-Public Surveys