Arctic Research Funders Meet & Greet Event

Brit Myers April 20, 2021

Arctic Research Funders Meet & Greet Event

Please join ARCUSIARPC Collaborations, and UCIrvine, for a virtual Arctic Research Funders Meet & Greet networking event on Friday, 7 May from 9am - 11am AKT / 1pm - 3pm ET.

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The Arctic Research Funders Meet & Greet will provide an informal opportunity for Arctic researchers to connect with multiple agency program officers to gain insight into each organization’s Arctic research interests. The event has been planned using a speed networking format that will allow representatives from each funding organization to meet with small groups of up to 10 people for approximately 10-15 minutes at a time. Researchers will be invited to move between breakout rooms hosted by agency staff in a round-robin small group format.

Small group conversations will explore the Arctic research interests of each funding organization, how proposals are evaluated for funding consideration, or provide an opportunity to address a handful of specific questions that would be appropriate for group discussion.

Representatives from the following Arctic research funding agencies have confirmed their attendance:

  • U.S. National Science Foundation
  • NOAA's Arctic Research Program
  • NASA's Cryosphere Program
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • U.S. Arctic Research Commission
  • North Pacific Research Board

There is no cost to participate and you do not need to be a member of either ARCUS or IARPC to attend. We do encourage you to register early, however, as registration may be capped to ensure small group sizes.


The Arctic Research Funders Meet & Greet is the third activity in new event series designed to provide participants with the opportunity to: 

  • Network with potential project partners
  • Workshop interdisciplinary research ideas
  • Meet with Arctic research funders 

For more information, please contact Brit Myers at brit@arcus.org.  

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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 codes of conduct.

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