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Building Capacity: The University of the Arctic and Its Northern Canadian Context
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NRAMJASSN Volume 22, ISSN 0835-3433

Abstract

A proposed university in the circumpolar North would have undergraduate and graduate programs, be interdisciplinary, collaborate with other Northern countries and universities, and offer a circumpolar course to develop understanding of the Arctic. After many false starts, most components are already in place; all that is needed is determination, money, and organizing. (Contains 13 references.) (TD)

Citation

Senkpiel, A. (2000). Building Capacity: The University of the Arctic and Its Northern Canadian Context. Northern Review: A Multidisciplinary Journal of the Arts and Social Sciences of the North, 22, 126. Retrieved January 25, 2020 from .

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