Listen to Elizabeth Rink, an expert in community-based participatory research in indigenous communities from Montana State University, talk about reproductive health in Greenland.
Ross Virginia has been elected a 2016 AAAS Fellow in recognition of his contributions to innovation, education, and scientific leadership.
Over 50 scientists from 10 countries are meeting at the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies 15-16 November 2016 for the inaugural meeting of the Network for Arthropods of the Tundra (NeAT).
An article in The Arctic Journal, an independent news organization based in Greenland, looks at the decision to continue the Fulbright Arctic Initiative for another cycle as proof that Washington, DC, is taking the Arctic seriously.
The Fulbright Arctic Scholars meet in Washington, DC, for a week of public and closed events that highlight their research. Fulbright Arctic Week is October 24-28, 2016.
President Phil Hanlon ’77 and his wife, Gail Gentes, will take a look at Dartmouth’s impact in one of the most remote places in the world—the Arctic. The 10-day expedition with mostly alumni to Greenland and the Arctic Circle is led by Ross Virginia, Director of the Institute of Arctic Studies.