Canada-US, international science cooperation in the Arctic leads to new, entrepreneurship course
Several members of the Inclusion in Northern Research project have signed up for their very first university courses this January.
The new pilot course, Creativity for Entrepreneurship is being offered by the University of Minnesota Duluth was covered in an article in Nunavut’s Kivalliq News and Nunavut News North newspapers. Its design is also based on research conducted by the UMD professors Dr. Aparna Katre, PhD and Dr. Olaf Kuhlke, PhD in Alaska and Nunavut these past two years.
Students, their parents and even some grandparents have registered for the five-week course. This first pilot has 30 students. This month’s class includes ten Indigenous learners from Manitoba and Nunavut, ten from Minnesota and ten from India.
Our thanks to Kivalliq News for covering this inspiring project and good luck to all the learners in this exciting new course! Congratulations to everyone involved!
You can read the full article here:
We’re looking forward to learning about their experiences at Arctic Science Summit Week 2021 this March 19 in Lisbon, Portugal. The group’s presentation will build on the Inclusion in Northern Research Vox Pop conversation series during ArcticNet’s Arctic Change 2020 conference last December.
For information on your can register and participate, visit their web site at: https://assw2021.pt.