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The Alaska CASC is excited to announce an opportunity to join the Alaska Tribal Resilience Learning Network team through the Alaska Fellows Program‘s inaugural Fairbanks cohort. The Alaska Fellows Program (AFP) is a fall-to-spring residential…

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Help us spread the word! The Arctic Rivers Project at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) invites applicants for an undergraduate student summer internship. The internship will be remote this year and can be conducted…

The University of Alaska Fairbanks’ new Climate Scholars Program launched last spring to meet student demands for climate science focused courses, and workforce demands for interdisciplinary climate science skills. This year’s cohort will receive financial…

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Join AK CASC at one of the world’s largest scientific conferences next month! The American Geophysical Union Fall 2020 meeting will be held virtually from December 1st-17th, featuring thousands of hours of sessions and keynotes…

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The Alaska CASC invites proposals for projects to be initiated in the Federal Fiscal Year (FY) 2021. AK CASC expects to initiate 5-10 new projects with FY21 funds. For more details on this opportunity, please…

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Each year since 2011, flooding from Suicide Basin, a glacier-dammed lake along Mendenhall Glacier, has impacted residents in the highly populated Mendenhall Valley in Juneau. AK CASC scientists at the University of Alaska Southeast have…

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In the midst of the unprecedented global COVID-19 pandemic, the AK CASC has adapted to a new, virtual mode of operation and found new opportunities in the current limitations. Despite challenges in conducting fieldwork, hiring…