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

Fitzmaurice, Malgosia

Sellheim, Nikolas

Neves, Maria Madalena das

Bankes, Nigel

Bailes, Alyson JK

Vasiliev, Anton

Loukacheva, Natalia (Editor)

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