Fulbright Arctic Week 2016

Ross Virginia with Fulbright student

Fulbright Arctic Initiative Co-Lead Scholar Ross Virginia interviews an Arctic Youth Ambassador at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History.

Fulbright Arctic Initiative Scholars

The Fulbright Arctic Scholars met in Washington, DC, for a week of events that highlighted their research, Oct 24-26, 2016.

Fulbright Arctic week

Seventeen Fulbright Arctic Initiative researchers and their co-lead scholars gathered in Washington, D.C., to participate in policy meetings and public engagement events.

STORIFY: Five days of science and policy

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The seventeen Fulbright Arctic Initiative researchers and their co-lead scholars--Director of the Institute of Arctic Studies Ross Virginia and Vice Chancellor of the University of Alaska Mike Sfraga--will gather in Washington, D.C., October 24-26, 2016, to participate in policy meetings and public engagement events, including a capstone symposium showcasing the results of the Fulbright Arctic Scholars’ research and collaborations over the preceding 18 months.

The schedule for public and closed events is available at the Fulbright Arctic Week website. 

Fulbright Arctic Initiative Establishes Innovative Research Model for a Sustainable Arctic Future

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