The Nunavut Wildlife Management Board (NWMB) initiated the Jim Noble Nunavut Wildlife Management Board Scholarship in the summer of 2015.

The annual $10,000.00 scholarship is split between two (2) successful applicants ($5,000.00 each) and is designed to assist students from Nunavut in obtaining an education in wildlife, wildlife management or the application of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit in wildlife management, which will then be applied to future work in Nunavut.

Criteria for Eligibility:

1. Applicant must be entering or continuing with, post-secondary education that goes towards a degree, diploma or certificate in wildlife, wildlife management or the application of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit in wildlife management in Nunavut.

2. Applicant must currently be a resident of Nunavut and have resided in the territory for at least the past two (2) years.

3. The applicant must demonstrate a minimum academic achievement of 65% overall academic record.

The deadline for submitting the application for 2019 is September 13, 2019.

Click pdf Here (595 KB)  to download the application.

2019 Recipients of the Jim Noble Scholarship

Maria Kasaluak

Lena Korgak-Stokes

 

2018 Recipients of the Jim Noble Scholarship

Joshua Komangapik

Neil Ammaklak

 

2017 Recipients of the Jim Noble Scholarship

Enooyaq Sudlovenick

Neoma Cox

 

2016 Recipients of the Jim Noble Scholarship

Enooyaq Sudlovenick

Lars Qaqqaq

Mick Appaqaq

 

2015 Recipients of the Jim Noble Scholarship

Enooyaq Sudlovenick

Jennifer Amagoalik 

 

The Conservation Education Program has produced numerous resources, both independently and in cooperation with our co-management partners and other agencies. In this section you will find a sample of these resources that are available for download and use by you or your organization to promote conservation initiatives related to the NWMB’s wildlife management functions.

Conservation EducationConservation Education

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1Wildlife of Today and Tomorrow Colouring BookWildlife of Today and Tomorrow Colouring Book (Details)Aug 20, 20146642 times
2Nunavut Wildlife Activity BookNunavut Wildlife Activity Book (Details)Feb 20, 20155706 times
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Try our version of this classic game.
Match the animals by clicking on the squares.
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At the click of the button you can scramble the polar bear picture, but can you put it back together?

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Here's a different picture ....can you put the caribou back together?
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How well do you listen to the animals? Listen and match the 15 animal sounds you hear to the list of animals provided.
Requires a sound enabled PC
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How well do you know your facts about the animals in the north?
Take this quiz and test your knowledge.
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2Nunavut Wildlife Activity BookNunavut Wildlife Activity Book (Details)Feb 20, 20155706 times

The NWMB’s main purpose for the establishment of a Wildlife Conservation Education Program is to establish an in-house program to undertake initiatives that are of direct interest to the NWMB to assist the Board in carrying out its wildlife management roles and responsibilities as per the Nunavut Agreement.

Conservation Education initiatives will be:

  •          Restricted to projects and initiatives that are developed and led by the NWMB;
  •          Focused on conservation initiatives related to the NWMB’s wildlife management functions;
  •          Conducted in a manner that involves Inuit and co-management partners in its development and application; and
  •          Administered in the most cost- and time-efficient manner.

For the fiscal year 2014-2015, the NWMB will pursue the following initiatives for its Conservation Education Program:

  •          Biweekly Wildlife Trivia Contest on the NWMB website;
  •          Activity Book
  •          All-Terrain Vehicles Impacts and Mitigation Poster
  •          Science and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Wildlife Facts Playing Cards

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