NASA feature about our fieldwork

Rennermalm's NASA project with Laurence Smith at UCLA is featured on NASA's website. Read about our summer fieldwork and why it is important. 

Patrick recieves SAS Excellence Award

Patrick (Yunpeng) Lyu received the SAS Excellence Award, the Rutgers College Scholarship. This award is given to students with an excellent academic record, a strong record of service to the university and/or the community, and who wrote an... Read More

Samiah's paper published in The Cryosphere

Samiah's paper Multi-modal albedo distributions in the ablation area of the southwestern Greenland Ice Sheet is published and available at: Read More

Visit to Chatham Highschool

Asa is visiting Margaret Holzer's Chatham High School class today to talk about her research in Greenland.

Vincent Quinton wins award for best undergraduate student presentation

Vincent Quinton received the 2015 award for the best undergraduate student presentation by the AAG Cryoshere section. The award is also known as the Ralph Stockman Tarr Award.

Åsa promoted to Associate Professor with tenure

Effective July 1st 2015, Åsa Rennermalm will be promoted to Associate Professor with tenure at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

John pass the Ph.D exam!

John Mioduszewski defended his thesis and will be awarded the PhD degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

John's paper published in Journal of Climate!

John's paper titled "Controls on Spatial and Temporal Variability in Northern Hemisphere Terrestrial Snow Melt Timing, 1979–2012" is published in the Journal of Climate. See more here:... Read More

Our presentations at AAG 2015
Several group members are presenting at the Association of American Geographer's Annual meeting in Chicago. Come see our presentations. A list of our presentations and the sessions we are part of follows:
R.S. Tarr Student Illustrated... Read More
Rutgers Undergrads: Join our group as an Aresty Research Assistant

Rutgers Undergrads! Join our group as an Aresty Research Assistant. Work in our group on a project about Climate change and the Greenland ice sheet. Deadline to apply is April 7, 2015.

 Find more information and apply on the... Read More