Changing the Way Arctic Researchers Communicate and Collaborate

The IARPC (Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee) Collaborations website brings together scientists from Federal, State, academic, NGO, industry, Indigenous and international organizations to share their work and team up to solve hard problems. Our community is open to anyone who can contribute. Please join us!
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Arctic Research Plan 2022-2026

Read the bold new plan for a changing Arctic and find out how to get involved.

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2022 Research Expeditions

See which research vessels will be in Arctic and Alaska waters throughout the 2022 field season.

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Benefits of joining IARPC Collaborations

Research plan

Be a part of Federal research policy implementation

IARPC consults non-Federal researchers in shaping and implementing the Arctic Research Plan

Published by the Executive Office of the President, the Arctic Research Plan 2017–2021 (“the Plan”) intentionally builds on the strong intellectual accomplishments and ideas of researchers at the Federal, State, local, and tribal levels as well as inclusion of ideas from the academic community, non-governmental organizations, and industry. By participating in a Collaboration Team, you can contribute to implementing this Plan.

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Open collaboration

Join one of our 9 thematic collaboration teams

Our teams meet monthly and are open to anyone who can contribute

Every team meeting includes an opportunity to share your work with potential new collaborators. Find synergies and build partnerships with your colleagues in Federal agencies, academia, NGOs, industry, Indigenous, and international organizations. Use the team pages to learn about ongoing activities and opportunities, important meetings, or post something there yourself.

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Share your work

Post to the website to share your work

Anyone can post an update, document, or event to our member space

We invite posts with information that will benefit the IARPC Collaborations community including announcements, recent findings or publications, requests for collaboration or input, upcoming events, or new resources.

Email digest

Email digest of recent posts to the site

Delivered weekly to the inbox of over 2,000 members

Make a post on the member space and it will be included in our weekly email digest, personalized to each individual’s interests, and delivered to the inbox of the over 2,000 members of IARPC Collaborations.


Opportunities from Federal and non-federal sponsors

Comprehensive list of Arctic related funding opportunities

Federal and Non-Federal Program Managers from various agencies and organizations lead our collaboration teams and post new opportunities to the member space regularly.


Online presentations on cutting edge science

Several webinars a week on a variety of topics related to Arctic research

Learn about cutting edge Arctic research both live during our team meetings or later posted on our website.

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Major meetings and events in Arctic science

All the info you need for upcoming and past meetings, events, and conferences in one place.

Look for upcoming events or find meeting notes and presentations from events you attended or missed.

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IARPC reports to Federal agencies and Congress

Join IAPRC Collaborations to contribute your work to our reporting.

Biennial reports to congress capture the highlights of these activities. Your work might be included!

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Collaboration teams

IARPC Collaborations is organized around communities of practice focused on scientific disciplines. Teams bring together federal and non-federal participants.

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Working together to achieve meaningful goals

IARPC comprises agencies, departments, and offices across the Federal Government and is chaired by the National Science Foundation. IARPC also cooperates with the State of Alaska, Indigenous organizations, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, the Arctic Council, and international partners. More about who’s involved »

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Join scientists from Federal, State, academic, NGO, and industry organizations working to accelerate the progress of Arctic research.

Membership suggestions are subject to approval and adherence to the IARPC Collaborations code of conduct.

IARPC Collaborations

Liz Weinberg
Web Manager & Community Coordinator
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