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Gates of the Arctic National Park Offers Opportunity to Become an Artist in Resdience

12/23/2008 The Artist in Residence program offers professional writers, composers, musicians, two and three-dimensional visual artists, photographers, filmmakers, and artisans an opportunity to pursue their art at Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. More

Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting in April to Celebrate 50 Years of Peace and Science in Antarctica

12/19/2008 The U.S. will host the 32nd Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting in Baltimore, MD in April. The annual diplomatic event will include nearly 400 diplomats as well as Antarctic program managers and logistics experts and scientists from 47 countries. More

Living in the Northern Landscape: Connecting Archaeology, History, and Environmental Science

10/7/2008 The City University of New York Archaeology Seminar Series is co-sponsoring an event at the American Scandinavian Society’s Scandinavia House on Oct. 24, featuring four papers about a collaborative project involving students and faculty. More

University of Delaware Exhibitions Focus on 140 years of Polar Expeditions and Photography

9/22/2008 The university's museums will host two exhibitions--The Last Iceberg: Photographs by Camille Seaman and Poles Apart: Photography, Science and Polar Exploration--through Dec. 7 as part of the university's contribution to IPY. More

University of Alaska Fairbanks to host Eighth Conference of Arctic Parliamentarians Aug 12-14

8/8/2008 The biennial conference is organized in cooperation with the Standing Committee of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region. The U.S. is host to the 2008 conference. More

Live Webcast July 8 of IPY Conference's Opening Ceremony from St. Petersburg, Russia

7/3/2008 A Webcast of the joint Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) and the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC)IPY Conference opening ceremony was broadcast on Tuesday, July 8, 2008 at More

University of Alaska Fairbanks Climate-Change Teleconference Scheduled

2/27/2008 Kenji Yoshikawa will discuss permafrost areas in Alaska most susceptible to degradation and how a school-based monitoring project is helping to understand these changes. Tuesday, March 4th at 10 a.m. (local time). More

July Conference to Highlight Latest in Permafrost Research

2/26/2008 More than 800 international researchers are expected to attend the Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, scheduled for June 29-July 3, 2008 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Registration: More

2008 International Arctic Workshop March 5-7

2/13/2008 The 38th international meeting, to be held by the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, will feature a keynote address by James White, of the University of Colorado, Boulder, entitled "IPY: It's not just a year, it's a responsibility." More

Signing of Explorers Globe on Feb. 12 Kicks off University of Delaware's IPY Celebrations

1/21/2008 The signing of a historic globe kicked off the University of Delaware's “William S. Carlson International Polar Year Events,” a series of public lectures, receptions, research seminars, art exhibits, and film showings. More
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