The 2021 NNA Annual Community Meeting for investigators and partners will be held on November 8-10, 2021. This meeting, held in cooperation between the NNA-CO and the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) NNA Working group, will provide an important opportunity for NNA project teams, Arctic community members, Indigenous and Traditional knowledge holders, decision makers and other experts to gather to discuss and highlight progress, opportunities, and challenges across the NNA initiative.
Each day of the meeting will revolve around a distinct theme: strengthening equity in research (Day 1), identifying elements for convergence research (Day 2), or building a foundation for action (Day 3). Daily agendas will include plenary presentations, discussion panels, and collaboratively developed training opportunities.
Registration is open. Please register for the meeting here.
This meeting will be held virtually 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. All sessions will be available via Zoom as well for those who do not wish to download the free Whova app.
Check out the public meeting site for more details.
Registrants can log into the Whova portal to set personalized agendas, access meeting documents, engage with other participants, and more.