Thursday, Mar 25, 2021
Join the International Arctic Research Center for March’s IARC salon titled, Confronting (im)permanence: Infrastructure in a changing Arctic
. The discussion will explore how the northern design and engineering community is grappling with the impact of climate change on environmental-infrastructural systems. Salon panelists include:
- Jack Hebert, founder of Cold Climate Housing Research Center
- Aaron Dotson, UAA Vice Chancellor for Research & Professor of Civil Engineering
- Billy Connor, director of Arctic Infrastructure Development Center
to receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This semester’s IARC salon graduate student coordinators are Cece Borries-Strigle
and Nicholas Parlato
. Cece is a PhD student in Atmospheric Sciences researching seasonal forecasting with an emphasis on wildfires in Alaska and Arctic sea ice. During this year’s IARC salons, Cece is excited to discuss diversity, international relations, and how the research culture is changing (for better or worse) for both UAF and the world in general. Nicholas is an interdisciplinary PhD student researching equity and cosmopolitanism in the development of maritime infrastructure in the Bering Strait region. He is looking forward to salon discussions about science diplomacy, scientific-Indigenous collaboration, and navigating COVID in Arctic research.