Authors

Annette Moir, Aristea Kyriakou, Jan Peter Laurens Loovers, Eleanor Peers, Keith Ruiter

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Abstract

At the University of the Arctic Rectors’ Forum, held on 23rd of August 2017 at the University of Aberdeen, Early-Career Scholars collaboratively developed a proposal on the Forum theme of The Inhabited Arctic: Lands, Peoples and Scholarship in the Circumpolar North. This interdisciplinary group focused on developing opportunities in circumpolar scholarship, tackling the pressing challenges of geopolitical circumstances, scarce research funding and shifting national agendas. The following feature embodies a shared voice focussed on promoting capacity building in the UArctic and enhancing accessibility of teaching and research in the North. The wider recognition of this shared voice is vital for sustainability.

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Keywords

Early-Career Scholars; University of the Arctic; research funding; collaboration

DOI

https://doi.org/10.26203/06ny-ep92

Published in Volume 25 (1-2) Teacher Education in the Arctic,