Northern (Arctic) Federal University (Arkhangelsk, North-West Russia) invites PhD students to participate in the International PhD School “Russia in the Arctic Dialogue: Local and Global Context” that will be held on 5-11 April, 2019 at the university as a side event of theV International Arctic Forum “Arctic: Territory of Di...

It's only a few days until UArctic Congress 2018, where over 600 participants from nearly 30 countries are gathering together to discuss topical Arctic issues and network with colleagues. The Congress will take place in Oulu and Helsinki, Finland on September 3-7, 2018.

Post-doctoral researcher Melina Kourantidou from University of Southern Denmark participated in the 4th Korea Arctic Academy (KAA) in July 2018. In her article on the Mereconomics she reflects on South Korea´s interests and role in the Arctic. 

Are you interested in the theme of Arctic change from a media perspective? Would you like to learn from the experiences and expertise of acclaimed media professionals and specialists in Arctic issues? Media and the Arctic master course will be held in Tampere, Finland and the deadline for the enrollment is September 14.

The Living in the Landscape exhibition was opened on 31 May at the Syktyvkar State University's gallery in Komi Republic, Russia. Living in the Landscape Summer School and exhibition are part of the University of Arctic’s Thematic Network on Arctic Sustainable Arts and Design (ASAD).

In honour of the UArctic Congress 2018 in Finland, University of Helsinki and Helsinki Think Company are gathering together students interested in the Arctic to plan a meaningful event, campaign or a project that will efficiently communicate Arctic opportunities and challenges to other people. Application deadline is August 19.

Living in the Landscape: Environmental Humanities, Arts and Education for Sustainability in the North (LiLa) summer school was organized under the Thematic Network on Sustainable Arts and Design in May 2018. The summer school took place in the Komi villages of Kozlovka, Onezhia and Otla located along the Vym river.