Last week, NARFU participated in a kick-off meeting of an ambitious international project on Capacity Building in Sustainability for Architectural Heritage. Interestingly, this is one of the three projects NARFU has the opportunity to participate in based upon the selection results for the 2020 Erasmus+ program call Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education. Out of 1,005 project applications submitted, only 164 were approved. NARFU is the absolute leader in the number of awarded projects among all Russian universities.
On March 5, at 17:00, the Political Science Club of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University welcomed everyone to the debate "Is There a Need for Government Policies to Promote Gender Equality in Russia?".
At the end of last week, M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University hosted a meeting between Research and Training Center «Russian Arctic: New Materials, Technologies, and Research Methods» and United Shipbuilding Corporation (JSC).
«Welcome to the Arctic!» is the motto of the Days of the Arctic 2021. An annual event, they span February 24 to 28 this year and will be held at NArFU Intellectual Center — Scientific Library and partner’ venues, with some of the activities moved online.
Established in 2020, the UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Transport and Logistics, seeks to promote cooperation towards sustainable logistics and industrial activities.
In a recently held kick-off meeting, Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Luleå University of Technology (Sweden), Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland), ITMO University (Russia), Stellenbosch University (South Africa) and University of Kwazulu-Natal (South Africa) have given a start to Living Laboratory in Climate Change, a project funded by EU programme ERASMUS + Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education.
Today, Elena Kudryashova, Rector of the M.V. Lomonosov NArFU, had a meeting with Sergey Neruchev, Director General at AGD DIAMONDS (JSC).
Research by Tatyana Zhigaltsova, associate professor of the Higher School of Social Sciences, Humanities and International Communication, lies at the heart of an art exhibition in Haparanda (Sweden)
On February 6, the art exhibition "Our Town" was opened by photographer Kenneth Mikko and researcher Tatyana Zhigaltsova at Jala Studio in the Swedish city of Haparanda.
The COVID-19 pandemic and numerous restrictive measures threw the spotlight on the issue of considerable reassessment of the security of each person towards expanding the conditions for ensuring full, safe, active life and comprehensive personal development.
NArFU students Took Part in the International Conference "The Holocaust: Remembrance and Prevention"
Valeria Pavozkova and Alina Gileva, students of the Higher School of Social Sciences, Humanities and International Communication, took part in the 15th International Conference of Students and Young Scientists "The Holocaust: Remembrance and Prevention", that was held in Moscow on January 27-29, 2021. Their invitations to the conference were the result of an international competition. More than 70 works were sent to this competition. Preparations took place at the NARFU World History Department under the supervision of associate professor Alexei Feldt.
The regional Youth House has recently hosted a meeting of the local education providers to discuss career guidance and job placement services.
Department of Cultural and Religious Studies of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University and the Arkhangelsk Branch of the All-Russian Art Research and Restoration Center named after Igor Grabar, a famous fellow of the Academy of Sciences, invite you to take part in The All-Russian Scientific Сonference dedicated to the Igor Grabar's 150th anniversary, which will be held in Arkhangelsk on March 25-26, 2021.
This past January, the Arctic Resilience Forum 2020 summed up its progress. Hosted by the Icelandic Chairmanship of the Arctic Council and co-organized by the Council’s Sustainable Development Working Group and the Arctic Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center, this Forum is a major international discussion venue and experience exchange platform dedicated to sustainable development in the northern areas.
Traditionally, in May, Northern (Arctic) Federal University will host the All-Russian Interdisciplinary Youth Congress "Issues of Historical Sources Interpretation".
Arctic Frontiers Student Forum, which started on the 1st of February in Tromsø (Norway), has among its participants the students of three NArFU schools – the Higher School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Cross-Cultural Communication, and the Higher School of Natural Sciences and Technology, and the Higher School of Economics, Management and Law. Arctic Frontiers has a long-standing reputation for being a meeting place to discuss the pressing issues of the Arctic research and the Arctic development.
Elena Kudryashova, Rector of M.V. Lomonosov NArFU and Scientific Director of UNESCO Chair titled “Technologies for Preservation of the Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Arctic Region”, held an extended meeting of the Chair to sum up its progress in 2020 and plan for 2021.