The IASC Fellowship Program is accepting applications (23.10.2014)
The International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), in cooperation with the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), invites early career researchers to apply for its unique Fellowship Program. The future fellows will be actively involved in the IASC Working Groups which are:
• Social & Human
Please send your application to email@example.com no later than 12 GMT on 17 November 2014.
See more on the IASC website.
Postdoctoral Fellowships at Dartmouth College (30.09.2014)
The Institute of Arctic Studies in the Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College encourages early career scholars to apply for the Society of Fellows postdoctoral program. These fellowships will run from September 2015 through June 2018 and are open to scholars who have completed a PhD no earlier than 1 January 2013. The program is based in Hanover, New Hampshire.
The Society of Fellows program fosters the academic careers of scholars who have recently received their PhD degrees, by permitting them to pursue their research while gaining mentored experience as teachers and members of the departments and/or programs in which they are housed.
Society Postdoctoral Fellows:
- Participate in the activities of the Society, including presenting their own work;
- Hold appointments as lecturers in a department and/or program, this appointment is not tenure-track;
- Teach one course each of the three academic years;
- Are in residence for the fall, winter, and spring terms, and during one of two summer terms;
- Receive training in teaching via the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning;
- Are not asked to teach basic language courses;
- Have access to college resources such as the library and computing center; and
- Do not control dedicated laboratory or studio space.
Off-campus research leave during academic terms is permitted only in rare cases, only for brief periods of time, and only upon written application to the Faculty Director of the Society well in advance of the proposed leave.
Application deadline: Wednesday, 15 October 2014. For further information about applicant qualifications, application instructions, and to apply online, see here.
Conference: Gender Equality and the Arctic - Current Realities, Future Challenges (18.09.2014)
Venue: Hof Cultural and Conference Center Center,Akureyri, Iceland
Time: 30-31 October 2014
This conference will focus broadly on the living condition of women and men throughout the Circumpolar North, addressing key issues such as access to and control over resources, representation in decision-making positions, political participation, regional development, human security, and material and cultural well-being.
The conference will bring together government representatives, policy makers, academics and a wide range of other stakeholders from the business community, resource managers and users, community leaders and NGO representatives. The conference will lay the foundation for a cooperation network of the various stakeholders researching, teaching and discussing and promoting gender equality in the Arctic.
Themes and topics will be divided into the following plenaries:
- Gender Equality and the Arctic: Current Realities, Future Challenges
- Political Representation and Participation in Decision-making: Gendered Dimensions
- Regional Socio-Economic Development and its Gendered Impacts
- Climate and Environmental Change, Natural Resource Development, and Gender
- Human Security: Gendered Aspects
- Human Capital and Gender: Migration, Mobility, Education and Adaptation
- (Re-)Construction of Gender in the Arctic
Sessions will consist of three brief presentations in addition to panelist contributions with questions and answers.
Information concerning confirmed speakers and panelists can be found on the conference page.
Early bird registration of 150 USD for the full program and conference dinner until 5 October 2014.
Link to the conference webpage.