IASC 25 years - Page 103

IASC Fellows at the Arctic Science Summit Week 2014 in Helsinki, Finland Left to right: Yoo Kyung Lee (IASC Secretariat), Elena Kuznetsova, Volker Rachold (IASC Secretariat), Paul Suprenand, Louis-Philippe Roy, Noemie Boulanger-Lapointe, Candice Lys, Emily Choy and Malgorzata Smieszek. Not on photo: Jeffrey Ross. Photo: IASC Secretariat year, from one Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) will be coordinated with the APECS Secretariat, in to the next. The coordinator of IASCĀ“s mechanisms consultation with the WG Steering Groups. to promote Early Career Scientists is overseeing the program. The selection process is managed by To enable the participation in two consecutive WG the IASC coordinator and conducted in close coop- meetings, IASC Fellows receive travel support to at- eration with the Association of Polar Early Career tend two ASSWs, so that at each WG meeting there Scientists (APECS). A call for applications is released is one outgoing and one incoming IASC Fellow. Ad- each year in October through the IASC and APECS ditionally, IASC Fellows can receive travel funding to mailing lists, websites and Facebook. Any doctoral participate in selected workshops or other meetings or postdoctoral researcher from IASC member coun- of the WG, provided that they facilitate the meeting tries can apply. The required qualifications include and follow-up activities, including reporting. IASC demonstrated scientific interest and skills within a Fellows are introduced on the IASC website and field that is relevant to the respective WGs and a receive appropriate certificates confirming their po- good command of English. The selection process sitions. 102 05 IASC Secretariat