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I coordinate the activities of the Arctic Graduate School and other Arctic education activities. My academic backgrounds are Cognitive Science, Computer Science and Psychology.
In my PhD project, I am addressing the importance of sensory curiosity in the exploration of unfamiliar foods, to contribute to the urgent transition to a resilient food system in the Swedish Arctic.
I am a PhD student in linguistics specializing in language policy and planning related to the national minority language Meänkieli.
Project Coordinator for the Climate Impacts Research Centre (CIRC).
At the Arctic Centre, I work on research strategic matters, and I am part of the research group Lávvuo – research and education for Sámi health at the Department of Epidemiology and Global Health
PhD Student in linguistics with focus on language policy and planning regarding the Sámi languages.
I became PhD in 2006 and associate professor in 2011. I have since worked at the Department of Geography in a number of research projects but also with teaching and pedagogical issues.
PhD student in History and Education.
My research concerns media, journalism and sustainability, with a focus on media discourses about the so-called green reindustrialisation and societal transition of the Swedish North.
Language Consultant, Communications Officer, and Web Editor at Arctic Centre. Among other things, I am responsible for the external communication on social media, in newsletters, and on our website.
My PhD project looks at the health effects of cold exposure in arctic climates with a focus on a sustainable working life. The project is part of the Arctic research school.
Director of Communications at the Arctic Centre and research communications officer at the department of geography.