News from IARC

We’re hiring a science communicator!

By Heather McFarland | October 8, 2019

We’re excited to announce that IARC is hiring a Science Communicator! Join our dynamic team of professional science communicators working to interpret and share UAF research. The successful candidate will…

UAF researchers embark on an expedition frozen at sea

By Heather McFarland | September 20, 2019

Five UAF researchers are among hundreds of scientists worldwide who will spend part of the coming year on board a research ship frozen in the Arctic sea ice. The 387-foot…

Fostering the next generation of Arctic researchers and managers

By Heather McFarland | September 9, 2019

We’ve heard it many times: “You are what you eat.” The concept enabled college sophomore Annie Masterman to do cutting edge research connecting humpback whales to their diet. Every organism…

Alaska’s Changing Environment publication

By Heather McFarland | August 23, 2019

Alaska’s Changing Environment is a newly released publication that compiles observations of physical and biological change in and around Alaska.

Arctic and Earth SIGNS workshop seeks to educate communities

By Robin Ellis | June 27, 2019

Dragonflies fly across Ballaine lake, scattering as buckets attached to ropes soar through the air into the glittering lake below. The gathered community members and educators taking part in the…