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Call for sessions - 12th international conference on Hunting & Gathering Societies ...

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Today, Gleb Kraev and Jessica Graybill head to Teriberka, Murmansk Oblast, Russia with a transdisciplinary team to discuss current and future development of this Arctic coastal town. Follow us on #PolarGeoJournal! ...

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Congratulations Andrey Petrov- new IASSA president ...

The New IASSA President 2017-2020 Andrey Petrov.

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The Arctic FROST polar bear crew at ICASS ...

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It is that time of year: FROST Meeting Call for Papers!

NSF Arctic-FROST ANNUAL NETWORK MEETING AND EARLY CAREER SCHOLARS WORKSHOP:

Community Sustainability in the Arctic:
What sustainability theories and practices work and what fail
in Arctic Communities?

NARSAQ, GREENLAND, SEPTEMBER 13-17, 2017

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: May 10, 2017
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Iowa Board of Regents Approves New ARCTICenter at the University of Northern Iowa

Arctic-FROST is pleased to announce this new development.  The link provided has more information.

New ARCTICenter at UNI


RESDA and Arctic-FROST co-sponsored a community workshop

Workshop
This workshop was held in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik in northern Quebec, and was devoted to sustainable community development as it relates to resources and land claim agreements.


NSF Arctic-FROST Annual Network Meeting and Early Career Scholars Workshop: ANNOUNCEMENT 

Arctic-FROST is pleased to announce the Second Arctic-FROST network meeting to take place in St. Petersburg, Russia, August 15-17, 2015.

More information can be found on the Arctic-FROST Annual Meeting Information page.


 

Arctic-FROST sponsored Symposium and UNI Museum Event Featured in Local Paper

“Northern exposure: Symposium, exhibition makes connection with Arctic region” was published in the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier March 1, 2015.

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Arctic Researcher Featured in Alaskan Media

September 22, 2014

Dr. Andrey Petrov speaking with Alaskan Public Media on the dramatic social shifts that have occurred as our climate changes in the Arctic.

Article and interview in link below.

“Arctic Researcher: Social Changes Are As Drastic as Climate Changes”


 

Arctic-FROST is featured in the recent “Whiteness the Arctic” Issue (Vol 18, no. 2, pp.14-15).

June 11, 2014

“Whiteness the Arctic” is the official newsletter of the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS)
Links: http://www.arcus.org/witness-the-arctic
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NSF Arctic-FROST Annual Network Meeting and Early Career Scholars Workshop  Read more here.

September 18-21, 2014


ReSDA / Arctic-FROST co-hosted reception

May 22-25, 2014


ARCTIC-FROST Co-Sponsored Panels and sessions 
ICASS VIII Read more here.

May 24, 2014


Prof pursues passion, gets $750K to study Arctic sustainability (read)

 January 6, 2014 Cedar Falls Times


University of Northern Iowa becomes home to center for Arctic research (read)

December 19, 2013 Omaha World-Herald


New international arctic research center opens at the University of Northern Iowa (read)

December 18, 2013 Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier


First Arctic-FROST Steering Committee Meeting, Cedar Falls, IA

December 17-18th, 2013


UNI professor to start arctic circle center with federal grant (read)

October 21, 2013 Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier


NSF awards UNI $750,000 grant for Arctic research

September 15th, 2013

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — The National Science Foundation awarded a grant of $750,000 to the University of Northern Iowa for a project run by Andrey Petrov, assistant professor in the Department of Geography. The project is named RCN-SEES: Arctic-FROST: Arctic Frontiers of Sustainability: Resources, Societies, Environments and Development in the Changing North.

The project is based at the Arctic Social and Environmental Systems Research (ARCSES) Laboratory in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. As the leader of the project, UNI will serve as the national focal center of sustainability science research in the Arctic for the next five years.

Arctic-FROST builds an international collaborative network that teams together environmental and social scientists, local educators and community members to enable and mobilize research on sustainable Arctic development. The research is specifically aimed at improving health, human development and the well-being of Arctic communities.

For additional information, contact Petrov at 319-273-6245 or andrey.petrov@arctic-frost.uni.edu.

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