The Aurora Research Institute (ARI), the research division of Aurora College, along with Hotıì ts’eeda: NWT SPOR SUPPORT Unit, is pleased to announce a grant writing workshop: Research CASH (Capacity, Access, and Strength Here).
APTN National News Article focuses on how climate change is impacting the preservation of cultural heritage in the Western Arctic. Read what participants in the Young Leaders Climate Change Summit think.
Research Day is an opportunity for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program at Aurora College to display and honour scholarship from students, faculty and invited scholars. Guests to the gathering are invited to cast their vote for the People's Choice Awards for top three posters.
On Wednesday, November 13th the Aurora Research Institute will host a presentation by Nanar Hakobyan of the NWT Centre for Geomatics. Nanar's talk 'Using Satellite Radar to Measure and Study the Landslides at Caribou Hills,' discusses how the NWT Centre for Geomatics uses Sentinel-1 Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry (InSAR) to analyze ground surface displacement caused by permafrost freeze/thaw cycle by focusing on two case studies at Caribou Hills and Quarry PW10, ITH. Everyone is welcome and ARI looks forward to seeing community members come out to celebrate GEO week. As always, there will be snacks and prizes.
Nunataryuk work with local knowledge holders and much of the material in this blog post was provided by David Obie James Anikina from Tuktoyaktuk who was hired with funds from ARI's Research Assistant Program.