Liz Logan and Lauren Andrews both successfully defended their PhD theses within a week of one another late last year (2015). They are both now continuing their work in glaciology through gainful employment! Liz has accepted a postdoc with Patrick Heimbach and is enjoying life on main campus in ICES. She is working on modeling accumulation in Greenland. Lauren is moving to NASA-Goddard to take a postdoc with Tom Neumann (and others) to work on deriving Greenland strain rates from the Landsat archive.
Lauren Andrews interpreted the complex nature of the subglacial drainage system from Greenland using a suite of observations from the surface (GPS-based velocities and uplift; weather station data) and the subsurface (moulin and borehole pressure variations). It's not a simple story, but it highlights the complex nature of the Greenland subsurface environment.
Colleagues Joe MacGregor and Mark Fahnestock together with others mapped the stratigraphy of the Greenland ice sheet using ice-penetrating radar data.