Arctic Five invites application for Arctic Five Fellow nominations, deadline for proposals is March 17, 2023 The Arctic Five is a partnership between Luleå University of Technology, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Umeå University, the University of Lapland, and the University of Oulu, whom together aim to lead the way on key Arctic issues.Continue reading “2023 Call for Arctic Five Fellows is open”
December 15, 2022 Arctic Five will launch its Pilot call for Arctic Five Fellows at the Arctic Five Website (The Arctic Five) on January 27, 2023. The foreseen deadline for proposal submissions (via email, details will be issued in the official call launch) is March 17, 2023. For whom: We will invite proposals from allContinue reading “Arctic Five Fellows pre-call announcement”
The Interreg NPA 2021-2027 Second Call for main project applications is open from 5th October to 5th December 2022 12:00 CET (noon). The call is open for all Priorities: More info at call page: Second Call Interreg NPA 2021-2027 (interreg-npa.eu)
The Victoria Foundation invites applications only from Swedish Speaking Female Doctoral candidates for its research grants. Grant is meant for one year full-time studies leading to a doctoral degree. More info: Forskarstipendier – Victoriastiftelsen
The Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) Project Grants is now open. Available budget is NOK 45 million and the call deadline is 15 November 2022. Call for proposals: NOS-HS Project Grants | NordForsk Call details: NOS-HS Project Grants – Insights (nordforsk.org)
Three Arctic Five Graduate Schools The Arctic in a Changing World (University of Lapland), Changing Arctic (UiT The Arctic University of Norway) and Arctic Graduate School with a focus on Sustainable Development (Umeå University) are planing a joint seminar series. Starting in September, one Thursday a month between 12-14 Swedish and Norwegian time / 13-15Continue reading “Seminar series for Arctic doctoral candidates”
Moa Mattson share her experience from the summer school Urban Arctic for Arctic PhD students in Kiruna in August of 2021
The PhD summer school will explore how sustainable development in resource extraction territories is being shaped and transformed by local and global trends, having a special focus on the Arctic region.
Arctic Inclusive Pedagogy is an international master’s level course that has been developed and implemented in collaboration between the universities of Luleå, Oulu, Rovaniemi, Tromsö and Umeå. The collaboration means that various experts from each of the collaborating Nordic universities have not only created the course together, but also that they will teach in differentContinue reading “Arctic Inclusive Pedagogy course, Spring 2020”
The program consist of lectures on topics covering both technical and societal aspects of renewable energy in the Arctic region, and there will be site visits and discussions about renewables throughout the week.