International Policy Institute Arctic Fellows

The International Policy Institute (IPI), in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the UW is dedicated to improving the transfer of research and expertise between higher education and the policy world in the area of global affairs. IPI Arctic Fellows examine key issues in the Arctic today and their relevance to international relations more broadly. (The IPI is funded by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York.)

International Policy Institute Arctic Fellows Blog Series

Spring Quarter IPI Arctic Fellows – In Spring Quarter 2017, the IPI Arctic Fellows are enrolled in a graduate course addressing Arctic Indigenous political mobilization and internationalism. At the end of the quarter the Fellows will present their projects at the June 2nd Polar Days held in the Walker Ames Room, Kane Hall.  

IPI Arctic Lead

  • Headshot of Nadine Fabbi

    Nadine Fabbi

    Director, Canadian Studies Center; Acting Assistant Professor

  • Headshot of Michelle Koutnik

    Michelle Koutnik

    Department of Earth and Sciences, College of the Environment

Spring Quarter 2017 IPI Fellows