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New Future of Ice Post Docs

We are pleased to announce the selection of the inaugural Future of Ice post-doctoral fellowships. This year’s selection are *Ethan Hyland*, a geologist who will work on the polar climate of the Eocene and to *Ben Hudson* who will work on water discharge from rivers that flow from the Greenland ice sheet with researchers at APL and in the ESS/QRC Glaciology group. They will be joining UW on September 15, 2014.

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Welcome Interim Director, Jody Deming!

The Future of Ice Initiative would like to welcome Interim Director is Jody Deming, Professor of Oceanography as our new lead for the Future of Ice this academic year 2014-2015.

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Future of Ice Partner, Canadian Studies Center, awarded Title VI Grant

The Canadian Studies Center was awarded the Title VI Grant! The Canadian Studies Center is one of the Future of Ice's partners that helped the Initiative launch. We'd like to send our congratulations to Canadian Studies for their work and being awarded!

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NEW Polar Faculty

The Future of Ice has hired two new polar faculties to be a part of the Initiative and the University of Washington. We would like to welcome Kyle Armour and Knut Christianson will be joining us in the academic year of 2015-2016. We will be hiring more polar faculty and postdocs this year. Watch this space!

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Congratulations Canadian Studies!

Congratulations to one of our partners, the Canadian Studies Center from the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies for receiving a $1.5 million grant!

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The north pole sans ice. K. Choquette photo.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - tenure-track assistant professor positions

The College of the Environment at the University of Washington invites applications for two new tenure-track assistant professor positions, as part of its continuing commitment to research and education on Earth’s polar regions through the Future of Ice Initiative.

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The north pole sans ice. K. Choquette photo.