How do Greenlandic companies create a better working environment? This will now be explored in a new research coll… https://t.co/V2E3sP0YnL
The journal is free and contains easy-to-read articles on some of our current research and development projects within four main areas: Culture, Society, School and Health.
Welcome to Ilisimatusarfik’s profile magazine Shaping the Arctic.
Last year, unfortunately we had to cancel our annual Career Fair at Ilisimatusarfik due to Covid-19 .. but this year, we are arranging Online Career Fair 2021, and we therefore have the pleasure of inviting you
Wednesday 24 March 2021 Mitdlarak Lennert defended her PhD titled: "The administrative context of the Greenland primary and lower secondary school system - a governance system misaligned with learning"
The management and the newly elected board at Ilisimatusarfik are following the ongoing general election. So far, however, the field of education - and especially higher education - has been a somewhat under-represented topic
Through fascination and aesthetics, images have the ability to open up the world of research in an inviting and surprising way. The Danish National Research Foundation wants to spread how scientific progress every day creates new knowledge and develops the world around us
Coding Class, a teaching course that brings coding and digitization to the young children in primary school, has come to Greenland, and is now to be a larger part of the Greenlandic education system
Speech at Arctic Consensus' business conference - by Suzanne Møller, chairwoman of the board at Ilisimatusarfik
This will now be explored in a new research collaboration between Ilisimatusarfik and the University of Southern Denmark
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