On March 13-15, 2007, Dr. Linda Hayden, Director of the Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research (CERSER) attended the National Science Foundation Science Technology Centers site visit for the Center of Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS) located at The University of Kansas. ECSU is a part of a team of researchers from six universities conducting research to achieve a better understanding of the mass balance of the polar ice sheets and its contribution to global climate change.
Research students Karitsa Wiliams, Jerome Mitchell, Unquiea Wade, and Tiwana Walton joined Dr. Hayden and Dr. Malcolm LeCompte in Kansas. Jerome and Unquiea haved served internships with CReSIS and Tiwana will be serving her first internship with the CReSIS project in Kansas this summer. Karitsa will be interning at The University of Edinburgh with the as a graduate student.