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Nordic Symposium 29 opens as an e-conference from Akureyri

Nordic Symposium 29 opens as an e-conference from Akureyri

Near 200 Nordic tourism and hospitality researchers are now attending the opening of the 29th Nordic Symposium on Tourism Hospitality Research, this year hosted as an e-conference by the ITRC‘s in Akureyri.
New issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum available online

New issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum available online

A new special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum has been published
New issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum available online

New issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum available online

A new special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum has been published
A new book chapter by Giorgio Baruchello is out

A new book chapter by Giorgio Baruchello is out

Giorgio Baruchello is a professor of philosophy at UNAK
Examines exports from a typical EFTA country compared to EU country

Examines exports from a typical EFTA country compared to EU country

Helga Kristjánsdóttir Professor at the Faculty of Business Administration has several new international publications
ASSW2020 Scientific Summary Report Now Available Online

ASSW2020 Scientific Summary Report Now Available Online

The Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) provides a venue for coordination, cooperation, and discussions on key Arctic issues, attracting scientists, students, policymakers and other professionals from all over the world
Ukraine ‘s growing challenges

Ukraine ‘s growing challenges

Hilmar Þór Hilmarsson in interviews with the media
Greatly increased range of courses at Master’s level in the Faculty of Natural Resource Sciences and…

Greatly increased range of courses at Master’s level in the Faculty of Natural Resource Sciences and Faculty of Business Administration

13 new courses offered during the academic year 2021-2022
Invitation to an online conference at UNAK

Invitation to an online conference at UNAK

International Virtual Conference: The Role of Universities in Addressing Societal Challenges and Fostering Democracy: Inclusion, Migration, and Education for Citizenship