IARC Salons

A recurring seminar series hosted by a new set of graduate students or early career scientists each year

Salons are usually held monthly during the academic year. Themes vary widely and can range from physical or social science topics, to emerging concerns or issues at the confluence of science, society or career development.

The salon format is casual and several speakers share in a conversation surrounding a central theme, followed by questions.

Salon listing

IARC Salon—Local food security

January 25, 2022

Food security in the Arctic is impacted by a range of factors including geography, pollution, climate change and economic vulnerability. In this month’s IARC Salon we will hear about local…

IARC Salon—Learning from large-scale climate conferences & reports

December 3, 2021

What are the goals of regional and international climate conferences and reports, and what can we learn from them? Join us for December’s IARC Salon discussion about participating in large-scale…

IARC Salon—The changing culture of fieldwork

November 9, 2021

The culture of safety and inclusion in fieldwork is evolving to consider changing conversations around social justice movements, risk management and technological innovation. The COVID-19 pandemic has further complicated the…

IARC Salon—Remote sensing at different scales

October 14, 2021

Join the International Arctic Research Center for October’s IARC salon titled, Remote Sensing at Different Scales.  We use remote sensing at many different scales in our work – come learn about…

IARC salon—Graduate Student Highlights

April 20, 2021

Join the International Arctic Research Center for April’s IARC salon titled, Graduate Student Highlights. The discussion will showcase research conducted by University of Alaska Fairbanks graduate students. Salon panelists include:…