For 2014 CGC awardee Kyle Dilliplaine, working on a master’s degree at UAF is the continuation of a childhood dream. Growing up north of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Kyle was drawn to nature and science from an early age. Summers invariably found him exploring the nearby woods, and evenings were often spent watching science documentaries on TV—“I could never get enough of marine-focused exploration, especially deep sea.” Read Kyle's full profile and view previous student profiles.
CGC-supported bowhead whale outreach film now available online
The 25-minute animated film "Arctic Currents: A Year in the Life of a Bowhead Whale" is now completed and available for viewing online, with narration in either St. Lawrence Island Yupik, Inupiaq, or English. See the links on the UA Museum of the North's Exhibits & Digital Media - Arctic Currents page. To learn more about the film see the December 2014 issue of our newsletter, Global Glimpses.
Global Change Student Grant Competition
One of CGC's major activities is the annual Global Change Student Research Grant Competition, which has funded over 250 graduate and undergraduate research projects since its inception in 1992.
The proposal deadline for this year's competition was Friday, February 6.
Following an extensive review and evaluation process, results will be announced in late April or early May.
Keep an eye on this space for updates, deadlines, and announcements or visit the Global Change Student Research Grant Competition.