Arctic and Northern Studies Club



The mission of the Arctic and Northern Studies Club ‚Äčto provide a platform to students interested in Arctic studies to connect and learn about issues relating to the circumpolar North, particularly as they relate to Alaska.



Meeting Information

When: Mondays, 5:00-6:00pm

Where: Gruening 633


ACNS and other UAF students traveled to the Kohklux Map: 150 Years Conference in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory in October 2019. Ph.D. student Yoko Kugo (foreground) presented her research at the conference.

The goals of the Arctic and Northern Studies Student Organization are to:

  • Make the Arctic and Northern Studies Program and its students visible on campus through various events and activities
  • Organize community outreach events aimed at students and faculty at the university as well as the general Fairbanks public
  • Raise awareness of issues relating to the north and provide a forum for discussion and interaction
  • Create a fun learning environment for students and faculty to interact with each other