From the moment she started law school, Llen Pomeroy knew she’d pursue a career focused on creating greater access and inclusion for people who have been marginalized and underrepresented. Learn more about the work of the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance.
While the majority of applications remain unaffected, users connecting from off-campus will need to log into the virtual private network (VPN) to access MyCUInfo, Buff Portal Advising and other platforms—a temporary requirement while campus officials work to protect several applications from a global security threat.
Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier is retreating rapidly as a warming ocean slowly erases its ice from below, leading to faster flow, more fracturing and a threat of collapse. The glacier is the size of Florida or Britain and currently contributes four percent of annual global sea-level rise.
Contributions from citizen scientists are helping researchers identify different types of aurora-like light emissions and constrain how and where in Earth’s atmosphere those light emissions are generated.
Sea ice is thinning at an alarming rate. Snow is shifting to rain. And humans worldwide are increasingly feeling the impact of what happens in the seemingly distant Arctic. NSIDC and CIRES scientists share on The Conversation.