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- Conservation of Arctic ecosystems

March 12, 2019

Please join the International Arctic Research Center for our March IARC Salon – Conservation of Arctic marine ecosystems. Come hear perspectives and insights from Nicole Misarti of the Water and…

IARC Salon- Project leadership & management in research

January 29, 2019

Please join the International Arctic Research Center for our first IARC Salon this semester – Project leadership & management in research. Come hear perspectives and insights from Pips Veazey, Alaska EPSCoR; Michael Castellini,…

IARC salon: Communicating science at AGU

December 5, 2018

Join us for the December IARC Salon seminar on science communication at AGU. Experienced presenters John Walsh and Ned Rozell will give tips and tricks for giving a great science…

IARC Salon: Mental health in the sciences

November 14, 2018

The November IARC Salon, IARC salon- mental health, will take place Thursday, Nov. 15, from 2-3 p.m. in Akasofu 401. Come hear perspectives and insights from Kaja Brix, Jessie Young-Robertson and…

IARC Salon- Using social media in the sciences

October 18, 2018

Please join the International Arctic Research Center for our first IARC Salon this academic year – Using social media in the sciences. Come hear how Brian Brettschneider, Rick Thoman, Kristin Timm, and…