Please join us for the 11th annual ArcticNet Student Day, one of the largest gatherings of students engaged in Arctic research. Organized by the ArcticNet Student Association (ASA) in collaboration with the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), the event will be held on 5 and 6 December 2016 at RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Student Day will provide an exciting opportunity for students to build and strengthen professional relationships, partake in dynamic discussions and learn from each otherâ€™s research experiences. Student Day is open to all interested individuals and the participation of students and researchers and representatives from northern communities, Inuit organizations, government and industry is welcomed.
Student Day will be held over 2 days, starting at 08:30 on Monday, 5 December and continuing until 12:00 on Tuesday, 6 December. The theme for this year's Student Day is "Achieving the right balance for early-career Arctic researchers". The plenary talks and workshops will focus achieving success in current and future research.
The program will also include an icebreaker event, the ASA Executive Committee election, professional networking sessions, a cultural night, and a networking/social evening. We are looking forward to welcoming you!
ASA Executive Committee 2016 Election
The election of the new ASA executive committee will be held during the Student Day. You want to take on a leadership challenge for the coming year? Submit your application for a position before midnight on December 5th. Find the job descriptions and nomination forms at:
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