The recording of the event can be found HERE.
Margaret Rudolf successfully defended her Interdisciplinary PhD Dissertation on Tuesday, April 11th, at 2pm AKDT.
Her work focuses on co-production of knowledge, which has become popular in arctic research. There is a rising need to understand how to adapt co-production of knowledge to working with Arctic Indigenous Peoples. This interdisciplinary doctoral research highlights four papers (1) a critical analysis of co-production of knowledge in working Arctic Indigenous Peoples, (2) variables and perspectives of success within projects, (3) the roles of boundary spanners in Alaska Native contexts, (4) developing shared success metrics within improving Arctic observing.