Ingrid Medby – (Political Geography) – Arctic identity; national narratives; geopolitics; sovereignty; Canada; Iceland; Norway

Jasmiini Fransala (née Pylkkänen) – (Development Studies and Environmental Politics) – Resource Extraction; Sustainable Arctic Communities; Natural resource governance; Arctic and sub-Arctic; Finland; Canada; Nunavut; Greenland; Sweden; Norway

Jessica Penney – (Global Health, Sociology and Public Policy) – Nunatsiavut; Newfoundland and Labrador; Nunavut; Development projects; health and social issues

Joanna Kafarowski – (Natural Resources and Environmental Studies) – Inuit women; contaminants and decision-making; resource management; Arctic; Arctic Council; Antarctic

Lisbeth Iversen – (Regions and Regionalization, Art, Architecture, Architectural and Building Conservation; Ethnology and Cultural Heritage; International Politics) – Community-based monitoring; Arctic; Climate change; Sustainable welfare; Arendal

Madeleine Brasier – (Marine Biology) – Antarctica; Antarctic invertebrate; DNA barcoding and genetic analysis; Antarctic polychaetes; Changing environmental conditions; species and habitat management and protection

Maria Ackrén – (Political Science and International Relations) – Arctic; Greenland; Finland; Sweden; Thule Base; Greenlandic Independence issues; Democracy; Uranium mining

Marianne Falardeau – (Natural Resource Sciences) – Arctic marine ecology; sustainability science; food web dynamics and ecosystem services; northern communities; Indigenous and local knowledge holders   

Marisol Maddox – (Environmental Studies and Security) – Arctic; US strategy; polar governance; geopolitics; climate change risk mitigation

Maud van Soest – (Natural Sciences) – West Greenland; Biogeochemical cycles; de-glaciated terrain; permafrost

Megan Sheremata – (Environmental Science) – Canada; Inuit knowledge and land-users; environmental change on sea ice and salinity; environmental management

Mitdlarak Lennert – (Social Sciences, Education) – Arctic; Greenland; Education Systems; Governance of primary school systems; stakeholder prioritization

Narissa Bax – (Marine Biology) – Antarctic; Sea corals; Patagonia; Southern Ocean; conservation; blue carbon; ocean chemistry and acidification