Ellyn Enderlin is an assistant professor in the Department of Geosciences at Boise State University in Idaho. Ellyn is a glaciologist who is primarily interested in understanding variations in the sensitivity of glaciers to climate change. Her research utilizes a wide variety of datasets, with a focus on remotely-sensed observations so that she can investigate changes in glacier size, flow, and interactions with the atmosphere, oceans, and lithosphere over a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. She has over two dozen publications, a quarter of which include students as lead or co-authors. Ellyn is passionate about science communication and about fostering development of the next generation of scientists. She enjoys including both graduate and undergraduate students in her research and teaching activities and strives to promote diversity and inclusivity in the geosciences. She has engaged in a number of outreach activities and co-founded the U.S. National Committee of the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (USAPECS) in order to help connect early-career polar scientists in the U.S. with their peers, mentors, and the broader community. More recently, she has served as an early career representative on the Executive Committee of the AGU Cryosphere Sciences section.
Department of Geosciences, Boise State University