Caleb Lumen Pungowiyi Scholars Program

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Call for Applications: Caleb Lumen Pungowiyi Scholars Program

Application deadline: 31 July 2020

The Caleb Lumen Pungowiyi Scholars Program announces a call for applications for the 2020 Fall semester. The Caleb Scholars Program is available to students from Norton Sound, Northwest Arctic, and Arctic Slope regions of Alaska and applicants must be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in disciplines related to marine conservation.

For more information and to apply, visit the website.
For questions, contact: Caleb Scholar Program; cpp.spec [at] kawerak.org; 907-443-4354

2020 PolarTREC Expeditions Postponed

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COVID-19 has had far-reaching impacts. In response to this uncertainty and for the safety of the teams and the communities of which they would visit, the deployment of all the 2020 PolarTREC educators to both the Arctic and Antarctica has been postponed until 2021. We will continue working with all the teams over the next year and in preparation for 2021. In the meantime, we'll be highlighting past expeditions and continuing to host science-focused seminars.

Need Resources?

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As you search for resources for online courses, be sure to check out all the lessons, activities, and webinars available through PolarTREC. These are great resources that can complement your online learning and/or teaching needs. Start your search here.

PolarTREC Orientation Goes Virtual

PolarTREC Orientation Goes Virtual

PolarTREC educators from across the country are attending their orientation virtually this week due to the cancellation of the in-person meeting that was to take place in Boulder, CO. Learn more about their upcoming 2020-2021 expeditions to various Arctic and Antarctic research sites and onboard research vessels.

Now Archived! PolarConnect Event with Sarah Slack

icebergs can frequently be seen from the deck of the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer
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In case you missed it, learn what it’s like to live and work aboard the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer sailing in the Amundsen Sea near West Antarctica. PolarTREC educator Sarah Slack and researcher Dr. Frank Nitsche discuss the fieldwork investigating the Thwaites glacier, surrounding waters, and seafloor in West Antarctica. They also talk about what it's like to be part of a large research team and to live on a research vessel. You can view the archive here https://www.polartrec.com/polar-connect/archive