IARPC Arctic Research Plan 2017-2021: Community Input Session at Arctic Science Summit Week

March 13, 2016, 5 to 7pm EDT

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Open   |   Activity: Side Meeting   |   Building: Gruening   |   Room: 408 |   Contact: Sara Bowden   |   Email  

The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC), which consists of principals from 16 agencies, departments, and offices across the Federal government, is charged with enhancing the scientific monitoring of and research on local, regional, and global environmental issues in the Arctic.  IARPC is currently developing a new 5-year research plan. IARPC representatives will discuss progress and are interested in hearing your priorities for the development of the next IARPC 5-year research plan and the implementation of the current plan.  The Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS) will facilitate this stakeholder listening session to gather ideas about funded work or programs that IARPC can incorporate as Research Objectives and Performance Elements in support of the new research Goals.  All members of the Alaska, U.S., and international Arctic research community and other stakeholders are invited to participate in this open session.

If you are not able to attend this listening session, there will be many other opportunities to contribute. Our online request for information will soon be open to the public, and you may follow the topic tag "IARPC Arctic Research Plan 2017-2021: Listening Sessions" to learn about other events as they are announced.