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The Office Ladies Are In Place - a strong team to your support -

Elisabeth Halvorsen

Elisabeth is a zooplankton ecologist with the rare combination of an extensive experience from Arctic field work and EU project administration. In the Nansen Legacy, Elisabeth is working as administrative advisor, with responsibility for budgets, financial reporting, contracts and institutional coordination on the administrative level. In addition, Elisabeth participates in many aspects of the day-to day running of the project - including preparations for the various meetings and workshops - and every unexpected task that will pop up during such a large and multidisciplinary project.

You can reach Elisabeth under elisabeth.halvorsen@uit.no

Ann Eileen Lennert

Ann is an environmental anthropologist. Through her research she has always focused on knowledge co-production and how one can combine sciences across fields as well as add a human dimension to the research done. She has always emphasized a lot on outreach, communication and education, escpecially through visual tools.

Ann will be working with both external and internal communication of the project, playing with her visual and communication skills.

Lena Seuthe

Lena is a marine ecologist with long experience from interdisciplinary Arctic research projects and teaching. Lena is working as scientific advisor, assisting the project leader team with science coordination, reporting, and the projects' recruitment program. In addition, Lena is helping with the projects' internal communication, as well as science dissemination towards schools and the general public.

You can reach Lena under lena.seuthe@uit.no

We are looking forward to working together with you!

Under the rubric "New members" we wish to present newly employed members of the Nansen Legacy. Please inform us about new members by sending name and contact information to lena.seuthe@uit.no

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