Recently on Member Space: IARPC Welcomes Larry Hinzman, Kawerak Letter on Research Activities During COVID-19, 100 Ways to Support Native People, Graduate Studentship, NOAA Fisheries Cancellations, ASM3 Community Workshops and more!

June 3, 2020
By Kelley Uhlig


Mike Kuperberg
 Welcome to the new IARPC Executive Director The Office of Science and Technology Policy is pleased to welcome Larry Hinzman as the new OSTP Assistant Director for Polar Science and the Executive Director of IARPC. Larry is well known to the… May 26, 2020 by Mike Kuperberg 

Julie Raymond-Yakoubian Letter regarding research activities under COVID-19 from the Kawerak Board of Directors Please see the attached letter from the Kawerak Board of Directors Kawerak, in consultation with the Tribes of the Region, wrote the following letter to advise planned research projects and… May 26, 2020 by Julie Raymond-Yakoubian

Sandy Starkweather Important Reading: 100 Ways to Support—Not Appropriate From—Native People This article (100 Ways to Support—Not Appropriate From—Native People) has some very valuable reading for all of us who are engaging with Indigenous communities. Welcoming some more… Jun 3, 2020 by Sandy Starkweather

Wilbert Weijer Discussion Session on Next IARPC Research Plan: Physical Oceanography Self-formed Team We invite you to our next POST meeting on June 18, 1 pm EDT. The goal of this meeting is to collect input from the PO community for the next IARPC Research Plan. It is our intention to collect and…Jun 18 by Wilbert Weijer 

Lisa Guy Graduate Student Position Available in Coastal Resilience in the Bering Strait Region The Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP) is seeking a graduate student enrolled at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). This position is funded for two years and will be… Jun 3, 2020 by Lisa Guy 

Matthew Druckenmiller Report from the IASC Action Group on Indigenous Involvement The International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) Council received and approved the final report of the IASC Action Group on Indigenous Involvement in March 2020. This report offers concrete… Jun 1, 2020 by Matthew Druckenmiller

Roberto Delgado USFWS Tribal Wildlife Grants Deadline extended to 6 July 2020 FY 2020 Notice of Funding Opportunity Application Package (NOTE: Date extended to July 6, 2020 to provide Tribes additional time to prepare and submit proposals) Tribal Wildlife Grants Goal of the… Jun 1, 2020 by Roberto Delgado

Terri Edillon Haffke joins NSF's Office of Polar Programs on temporary assignment with Arctic Science section Dr. ColeneHaffke has joined OPP's Arctic Sciences section and will be assisting Dr. Marc Stieglitz with the Arctic Natural Sciences program. Dr. Haffke earned her Ph.D. from the University of…May 28, 2020 by Terri Edillon

Ed Page Exploring Local Arctic Community Benefits of AIS (Ed Page) Presentation shows how the Marine Exchange of Alaska's terrestrial AIS network in the Arctic is providing information to mariners and Arctic communities to aid safe, efficient and environmentally… May 27, 2020 by Ed Page

Sammie Buzzard 3rd Arctic Science Ministerial Research Community Workshops You are invited to participate in an online workshop to discuss topics and ideas that you think are important for policy makers and the Arctic Science Ministers to better understand and prioritize at… May 27, 2020 by Sammie Buzzard 

Candace Nachman NOAA Fisheries will Cancel Five Alaska Research Surveys for 2020 Due to the uncertainties created by the COVID-19 pandemic and the unique challenges those are creating for the agency, on Friday, May 22, NOAA Fisheries took the unprecedented step to cancel five of… May 26, 2020 by Candace Nachman

Sara Pasqualetto Risks and Reward – New Polar Prediction Matters Contribution on Greenland Ice Sheet Melting A new contribution to Polar Prediction Matters – the dialogue platform for users and providers of forecast in the polar regions – is now available. In her article, PhD student Jennifer… May 25, 2020 by Sara Pasqualetto

Betsy Turner-Bogren Call for Contributions: 2020 Sea Ice Outlook June ReportCall for Contributions 2020 Sea Ice Outlook June Report (based on May data). The Sea Ice Prediction Network–Phase 2 (SIPN2) Submission Deadline: 6:00 p.m. (AKDT) Wednesday, 10 June 2020…May 22, 2020 by Betsy Turner-Bogren

Chloe Nunn Help collect stories of Community Resilience for a National Geographic Explorer collaboration Hi all, I hope it's ok to post this here - please let me know if it's not! I am a National Geographic Explorer and part of a collaboration hoping to produce a 'Collective Vision' for the future… May 22, 2020 by Chloe Nunn

Sorina Stalla ARCUS Listening Session Main Themes: Increasing Engagement of Alaska Native and Rural Alaskan Undergraduate Youth in Arctic STEM Programs... May 21, 2020 by Sorina Stalla

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