Nansen Professorship in Arctic Studies (12.05.2015)
The University of Akureyri seeks candidates interested in contributing a year to focus their research effort on issues in the Arctic. A successful candidate should currently hold an academic position (assistant, associate or full professor) and have a strong academic background in studies relevant to sustainable human development in the Arctic regions and/or climate change issues in the Arctic. The candidate should be experienced in working across disciplines with complex human-environmental-social issues and should have strong communicative and social/interpersonal skills. Research experience relating to the Arctic and a track of participation in international research networks will be necessary.
The application deadline is July 1, 2015. Formal period of employment starts on September 1, 2015; exact timing is subject to negotiations. Applicants can apply for a full academic year or one semester.
Further and more detailed information about the position is available here.
AHDR-II Summary Report (28.04.2015)
Click here for The Second Arctic Human Development Report (AHDR-II). Key Policy Relevant Conclusions and Suggestions for Moving Forward.
New Publication: Polar Law and Resources (24.04.2015)
A new publication, Polar Law and Resources, was published this week and can be downloaded from the NCM page.Molenaar, Erik J. Einarsson, Níels