former B.S. student (2016)
Teddy joined Dr. Lundquist's Mountain Hydrology Research Group in June of 2013 and has recently finished his second year at the University of Washington studying Civil and Environmental Engineering. Teddy is interested in learning more about snow behavior in different environments to find ways of better predicting how snow will accumulate and melt over time. He is currently assisting Susan Dickerson-Lange in some of her work on snow and forests, in addition to being part of the OLYMPEX project.
When not working on research or studying, Teddy enjoys being outside whenever possible. Whether it is hiking, skiing, running, or playing sports with friends, he loves to spend time outdoors.