Suggested Reading By The NSF
Principles for Conducting Research in the Arctic
- Be Accountable
- Establish Effective Communication
- Respect Indigenous Knowledge and Cultures
- Build and Sustain Relationships
- Pursue Responsible Environmental Stewardship
Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG)
The PAPPG is comprised of documents relating to the Foundation's proposal and award process for the assistance programs of NSF. The PAPPG, in conjunction with the applicable standard award conditions incorporated by reference in the award, serve as the Foundation’s implementation of 2 CFR § 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards.
Before You Go
The NSF emphasizes its strong commitment to preventing harassment and to ensuring working environments, including field settings, are free from discrimination, harassment, and sexual harassment for all researchers. Please see the NSF statement on this issue.
Principal Investigators planning to work in the Arctic under an NSF grant should ensure that all field team members consider the following information BEFORE leaving for the field.
Letter to Researchers from the Government of Greenland Department of Education
On behalf of the research unit at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Church we are excited that the new Greenlandic research strategy is published. With the genesis of the strategy follows great responsibility – a responsibility to follow up on the goals that are described, along with working towards reaching the political initiatives.
Greenland’s National Research Strategy: 2022 - 2030
Greenland’s National Research Strategy lays out the vision and over-arching research goals of Naalak-kersuisut for the period 2022-2030. This is the first national strategy for research in Greenland.