Newsletter

ACUNS distributes regular updates to keep their network informed of the most current Association activities and to promote relevant awards, deadlines, and meetings.

Focus on the North. Focus on you!
ACUNS has combined our weekly media monitor scans and our quarterly newsletter. Every month, we will highlight members and award recipients making news and sharing experiences. There will be a special announcement section, updates from the ACUNS office and board of directors, and more!

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Recent Newsletters

June 2021

May 2021

April 2021

March 2021

January-February 2021

Past Newsletters

Newsletter

ACUNS distributes regular updates to keep their network informed of the most current Association activities and to promote relevant awards, deadlines, and meetings.

Focus on the North. Focus on you!
ACUNS has combined our weekly media monitor scans and our quarterly newsletter. Every month, we will highlight members and award recipients making news and sharing experiences. There will be a special announcement section, updates from the ACUNS office and board of directors, and more!

To receive the newsletter, subscribe here.

 

Archived Newsletters

December 2020

November 2020 (new monthly format)

Summer 2020

Spring 2020

Winter 2020

Autumn 2019

Summer 2019

Spring 2019

Fall 2018 – Winter 2019

Summer 2018

Spring 2018

Winter 2018

Fall 2017

Spring 2017

ACUNS Statement on Racism

The Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS) endeavors to break down cultural barriers in education, and encourage equity and inclusion in our membership, scholarship, and advocacy work. At this critical time, our association reflects on its strategic direction and the actions we can undertake to support students and build stronger community engagement between our members, partners, and residents in Canada’s north. ACUNS remains committed to fostering equity in the movement towards positive change.

Read our full statement here.

Ethical Principles

ACUNS has been capturing the evolution of the conduct of ethical research in the Canadian North for over twenty years, producing and maintaining guidelines for researchers that have been widely adopted. These guidelines are regularly updated to reflect changing social and political context, with an intensive review planned in 2018-2019. The most recent version received recognition from international organizations and circumpolar countries for acknowledging the relationships between scholarship, research, and community. ACUNS’ ethics guide is currently available in English, French, Inuktitut, and Russian translations.

English

Français

Inuktitut

русский (Russian)