Hosted by the University of Lapland, a meeting of the Arctic Five – Rectors’ Council was held in Rovaniemi on October 16th, 2021, during which important decisions were made on key developments for the alliance. During the meeting the council supported the creation of the Chairs and Fellows initiative, to be launched in December 2021.Continue reading “Arctic Five – Rectors’ Council met in Rovaniemi”
The Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme is pleased to announce the date for its 2021 Annual Conference on 27th October 2021 online from Sligo in Ireland. The Annual conference preliminary theme is “Redefining Peripherality”. Relevant information about Interreg NPA 2021-2027 will also be shared during the event. Further details about the programme will be published onContinue reading “NPA Annual event 2021 – Redefining Peripherality”
See how it works, how to utilise the service and get great consultation support from EU. https://lnkd.in/g8ysFXwN Agenda for he Day https://ec.europa.eu/info/funding-tenders/opportunities/docs/2021-2027/horizon/other/events/20211005/agenda_en.pdf Info Session on the Horizon Results Booster 5th of October 2021 – 10:00 to 12:30, Online only 10,00 –10,15Horizon Results Booster: The Rules of the GameEuropean Commission, Directorate-General for Research & Innovation, CommonContinue reading “Information session on Horizon results Booster on October 5, 10.00-12.30 CET”
On this online event we will discuss about the ongoing policy process on the synergies of ERA and EEA and what we can learn from the long-standing university cooperation where the interaction of research and education drives the collaboration.
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.
Rector’s Council decided on March 5, 2021, that the Arctic Five research university cooperation will develop over the next two years under the leadership of the University of Lapland.
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”
Popular science lunch lecture on ecology, sea and climate in the Arctic.
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.