Few APECS members are aware of the benefits of being a part of the IARPC Collaborations website.
This special website tutorial will focus on effective use of the IARPC Collaborations website for the early career crowd.
Join one or more of our 12 thematic research teams led by federal program managers
Attend collaboration team meetings with informational research webinars
Effectively post on the IARPC Collaborations website to contribute your research to reporting on the Arctic Research Plan
Form interdisciplinary collaborations with Arctic scientists and stakeholders from Federal, State, academic, NGO, and industry organizations
The tutorial will take place via WebEx on August 26 from 3 to 4pm EDT. Attendance is limited and registration is required. Email IARPC Collaborations Web Manager Jessica Rohde to request attendance.
What is IARPC Collaborations? This is the description from their page:
IARPC Collaborations is the structure created by the Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) to implement its 5-Year Research Plan. The structure is organized around 12 topical Collaboration Teams. The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC), which consists of principals from 16 agencies, departments, and offices across the Federal government, is charged with enhancing both the scientific monitoring of and research on local, regional, and global environmental issues in the Arctic. In order to meet the Nation's economic, scientific, and environmental needs, IARPC envisions a prosperous, sustainable and healthy Arctic understood through research coordinated among Federal agencies and domestic and international collaborators. More information about IARPC and its charter can be found on IARPC page at the National Science and Technology Council website.