There are other great opportunities for Arctic scholars to bring attention to their work. The "Arctic Relations: Scholarship & Stories" blog is one such avenue.
There is a career opportunity available in the Canadian North in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut as a Field Technician at the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS). This is a great opportunity to part of a fantastic team at POLAR who are doing exciting work in Northern Canada at Canada's new state of the art Arctic … Continue reading Career Opportunity in the Canadian North – Senior Field Technician at the Canadian High Arctic Research Station
The launch of the Women in the Arctic initiative in 2018 was met with a lot of interest and support from women around the world. This interest helped to motivate the growth of the initiative to include a website and a more active role in the promotion of women doing Polar studies. As a result … Continue reading Initiative Evolution: Women in the Arctic and Antarctic!
There is an opportunity to nominate and acknowledge the work of those who have made significant contributions "to meritorious knowledge and understanding of the Canadian North" - the Northern Science Award. The deadline is upcoming - 31st January. This is an excellent chance to highlight those that have played a positive and active role in … Continue reading Polar Knowledge Canada – Northern Science Award
Welcome to the Women in the Arctic (WiA) website! This website is meant to be a bridging tool to help facilitate the promotion of scholarship and voices of women in and working on the Polar Regions. There are Polar scholars and Arctic peoples around the world, but factors such as assess to funding, travel distances, … Continue reading Women in the Arctic (WiA)