Q&A: What is a mathematical physicist doing out in the cold?, Physics Today, March 2016
Recent Media Coverage:
Meet Ken Golden: Artctic Adventurer and Mathematician, Loyola Phoenix, October 2014
Mathematical Patterns in Sea Ice Reveal Melt Dynamics, Scientific American, March 2014
Doing the Math on Polar Sea Ice Melt, livescience, March 2014
The Golden Rule of Sea Ice Permeability, Australian Antarctic Magazine, June 2013
Kenneth Golden to give Lecture for the Public on Mathematics and the Melting Polar Ice Caps at the largest mathematics meeting in the world (listen to interview)
TV coverage of SIPEX II Antarctic expedition, September - November 2012:
2012 Distinguished Scholarly and Creative Research Award from the University of Utah; read the citation.
2012 Myriad Faculty Award for Research Excellence, University of Utah, College of Science. The award recognizes efforts to foster undergraduate research and provide learning experiences for students.
2011 Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, "for extraordinary interdisciplinary work on the mathematics of sea ice."
2012 Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, member of the inaugural class
Some other links of general interest:
Melting at the microscale: Studying sea ice close-up may improve climate models, in the June 19, 2010 issue of Science News.
Cold Equations: Profile of Ken Golden, in the April 3, 2009 issue of Science.
U. mathematician on a quest to solve polar puzzle, in the January 10, 2011 issue of the Salt Lake Tribune.
SIAM News Coverage of Math Awareness Month