Durham ARCTIC is committed to providing its award-holders with the widest range of opportunities to:
To help achieve these objectives, Durham ARCTIC runs its own Placement Scheme. Our Placement Scheme is responsive and supports our award-holders to design their own placements, which are tailored to their specific research, training and career development needs.
The following principles underpin our placement scheme:
At the end of the placement, award-holders are required to complete and submit a report detailing the skills and experiences that they gained, together with details of the work they conducted and any resulting impact generated from the placement.
Giuseppe Amatulli (Cohort 1) - Department of Anthropology
Placement Host Organisation: Land Department of the Doig River First Nation (British Columbia)
Ilona Kater (Cohort 1) - Department of Biosciences.
Placement Host Organisation: Umeå University, Department of Ecology
Jan Mikael Lundmark (Cohort 1) - Durham Law School
Placement Host Organisation: Sámiid Riikkasearvi
Laura Seddon (Cohort 1) - Department of Geography
Placement Host Organisation: Norwegian Meteorological Institute
Eric Boyd (Cohort 2) - Department of Anthropology
Placement Host Organisation: School of Global Studies, Gothenburg University (SGS)
Romain Chuffart (Cohort 2) - Durham Law School
Placement Host Organisation: Fridtjof Nansen Institute
Christian Drury (Cohort 2) - Department of History
Placement Host Organisation: National Library of Scotland
Greta Ferloni (Cohort 2) - Department of Geography
Placement Host Organisation: International Arctic Research Center – University of Alaska Fairbanks
Katy Ivison (Cohort 2) - Department of Biosciences
Placement Host Organisation: Herbarium in NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Natural History Museum
Ellie Ward (Cohort 3) - Department of Biosciences
Placement Host Organisation: Akvaplan-NIVA, Tromsø,