A short review article about the current status of sea-level rise, with good general information and links, can be read here (written by glaciologist Christina Hulbe).
Two good general review papers on the status of research on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet can be downloaded here and here.
A good general review on recent changes taking place on the Greenland Ice Sheet can be dowloaded here.
The West Antarctic Ice Sheet Initiative website contains good general information on the status of research on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. It also contains links to abstracts from all of the previous annual meetings and most of the presentation materials presented at the most recent annual meeting.
COSIM, Los Alamos National Laboratory, other DOE labs, and a number of U.S. and U.K. academic institutions are involved in the development of a Community Ice Sheet Model ("CISM", also known as "Glimmer-CISM"). More information can be found here and here.
Follow this link to learn more about the glaciology group at the University of Washington, where I did my PhD work.
This link goes to the Bristol Glaciology Centre, part of the University of Bristol, where I did a postdoc with Tony Payne.
I did my masters degree at The Byrd Polar Research Center at Ohio State University. Their website contains one of the most extensive links pages for polar research (go to polar pointers).
The Juneau Icefield Research Program provides research and fieldwork experience in a glacial environment for college undergraduates and high school students (scholarships available).