Who We Are
The Navigating the New Arctic Community Office (NNA-CO) builds awareness, partnerships, opportunities, and resources for collaboration and equitable knowledge generation within, between, and beyond the research projects funded by the National Science Foundation’s NNA Initiative. The office builds capacity in early career researchers and provides unique opportunities to inspire and engage a wide audience toward a more holistic understanding of the Arctic—its natural environment, built environment, and diverse cultures and communities.
NNA Launches Whova Participant Portal
The NNA Annual Community Meeting will be held virtually this year using the conference app Whova. This will enable participants to attend virtual panels, workshops, and plenary sessions, as well as connect with other participants through virtual networking or discussion boards, and plan personalized agendas for each day. Check out the public meeting site here. Registrants can log into the Whova portal to set personalized agendas, access meeting documents, engage with other participants, and more.NNA Annual Meeting Whova Portal
NSF expands Arctic investment through the Navigating the New Arctic initiative
As Arctic temperatures warm faster than nearly everywhere else on Earth, and with some models projecting an ice-free Arctic Ocean in a few decades, the U.S. National Science Foundation...Read More
UPDATE: COVID-19 Impacts on Arctic Fieldwork
NSF remains committed to being supportive and as responsive as possible to the needs of the research community in the face of challenges posed by the global COVID-19 pandemic...Read More
More than 200 researchers sign letter requesting more Indigenous input...
One of the National Science Foundation’s flagship initiatives for the past few years is called Navigating the New Arctic. It looks at the effects of a warming climate on Arctic communities...Read More