The results of the joint Norwegian-Russian competition for the right to participate in the third Student Forum «The Arctic Frontiers» have been summed up.
The winners are the following:
1.Banshchikova Inga, Lomonosov Moscow State University Lomonosov;
2.Basova Anastasia, St. Petersburg Polytechnic University named after Peter the Great;
3.Efimov Vasily, Lomonosov Moscow State University;
4.Kishankov Aleksey, Russian State University of Oil and Gas named after I.M. Gubkin;
5.Marchenkov Maxim, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after MV Lomonosov;
6.Makhotina Darya, Murmansk Arctic State University;
7.Nipers Alina, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov;
8.Pere Polina, Petrozavodsk State University;
9.Smirnova Polina, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov;
10.Tsapova Olga, Syktyvkar State University named after Pitirim Sorokin.
Students-delegates will take part in the work of political and scientific sessions, they will listen to the course of lectures of teachers of the Arctic University of Norway and visit cultural events within the framework of the forum. In addition, before the international jury they will defend a comprehensive project dedicated to the prospects for the development of the Arctic region.
Let'sremind, bachelor and master students were invited to participate. In total, more than one hundred applications were received from different regions of Russia - from Murmansk to Vladivostok.
Competition for the right to participate in the third Student Forum within the framework of the conference «The Arctic Frontiers» was organized by the Russian Geographical Society and by the Norwegian research company «Akvaplan-Niva» with the support of Norwegian Barents Secretariat.
The students` forum «The Arctic frontiers» will take place in Norway, in the City of Tromsø, from the 18th to the 25th of January, 2018.
The organizers of the contest are congratulating the winners, and also sincerely thank all the participants, having sent the works for the contest, and wish them further success in the Arctic region research!