For information on the awards and the application process, click here for our “Students” page.
Office hours for students with questions about the awards and application process (not mandatory), will be held
April 14 and 23. Click here for our “Students’ page for details and location.
PDF version of application instructions
Who Cares? Workshop on the Economies, Technologies, and Ethics of Aid
UC Irvine, June 18-19, 2015
Call for Papers and Panels
The Institute for International, Global and Regional Studies (IIGaRS) invites proposals for papers or panels on the theme of “Who Cares? The Economies, Technologies and Ethics of Aid,” to take place at UCI in June.
Paper or panel proposals are welcome and due by Monday, April 6, to Gloria Simpson at email@example.com. A committee will select and notify presenters shortly thereafter.
For details, please refer to link here.
The panel on Community-based Science in the Arctic was part of the Arctic Governance Symposium that took place at UC Irvine, January 30-31, 2015.
See videos of presentations:
Elizabeth Mendenhall, Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A., “Social Understandings of the Arctic Domain”
Arn Keeling, Memorial University, Canada, “Aboriginal Communities and the Environmental Legacies of Extractive Development in the Arctic”
May-Britt Oehman, Uppsala University, Sweden, “Supradisciplinary conversations on security, safety and resilience in the river valleys of Sabme – land of Sami”
Peter Skold, Umea University, Sweden, “Salience, Stakeholders and Sustainabilities – Perspectives from Arctic Research in Sweden”