UArctic Assembly 2023
UArctic Assembly is the annual general meeting of the member institutions of University of the Arctic (UArctic ry). All members are represented in the UArctic Assembly, which oversees the development and direction of our organization. The UArctic Assembly (previously known as UArctic Council Meeting) also serves as a forum of consultation, networking and cooperation between all members. The UArctic Assembly meets once per year, with meetings hosted by UArctic member(s).
The 2023 UArctic Assembly will be held on 22-26 May 2023 in Quebec City, Canada. The meeting is hosted by Université Laval.
The main meeting venue is Pavillion Alphonse Desjardins, at Université Laval. Please visit Travel to Quebec City for more information on how to access the venue.
See the UArctic Assembly 2023 Program overview through the PDF document below. A more detailed program is available in Program. Please note, that the program time zone is based on your current location.
Welcome to Quebec City
The organizing committee is happy to welcome you to the website for the 4th UArctic Assembly, which will take place on the Université Laval campus May 22-26, 2023 in historic Quebec City, Canada!
The website will be updated on a regular basis as new information becomes available. You will be able to explore the program, see the list of participants, and register directly through the site.
UArctic is a network of universities, colleges, research institutes, and other organizations concerned with education and research in and about the North. UArctic builds and strengthens collective resources and infrastructures that enable member institutions to better serve their constituents and their regions.
Host Institution - Université Laval
Université Laval, the oldest French language university in North America, is renowned for its expertise in Arctic and northern research. More than 65 faculty members and their teams are at work on dozens of interdisciplinary projects. Through national and international collaborations and partnerships, these researchers are studying a range of issues such as the impact of climate change on terrestrial and marine ecosystems, the degradation of the cryosphere, public health, food security, access to clean water, lifestyle changes, housing, sustainable development, adapted education, social justice, economics, and the promotion of cultures and languages.
Host Organisation - Institut nordique du Québec (INQ)
Since its creation in 2014, INQ has brought together forces in northern and Arctic research (natural sciences and engineering, health sciences, social and human sciences), to promote innovation and to create synergy between researchers and end-users, to provide governments, northern communities and the private sector with the knowledge and expert workforce needed for the sustainable development of northern Quebec and the Canadian Arctic. Today, the INQ federates 16 post secondary institutions, some 250 affiliated researchers, 65 research chairs and more than 100 research projects carried out in partnership with the private and public sectors, including northern inhabitants and organizations.
Pavillon Alphonse Desjardins, Université Laval2325, Rue de l'Université Québec, QC Canada, G1V 0B4
February 1, 2023 - 00:00 until May 22, 2023 - 13:00
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