Jeffrey Kwang is an undergraduate researcher for the National Center for Earth-surface Dynamics’ Research Experience for Undergraduates on Sustainable Land and Water Resources. He is a rising senior majoring in Environmental Engineering in the Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Jeffrey is interested in fluvial geomorphology and computer modeling. He has experience with flume scaled experiments and field work delineating channel networks. At school, he is involved in PAWS (Pet and Animal Welfare Society), a program that volunteers to help shelter animals. He is a third generation Chinese American living in St. Louis, Missouri with his mother, father, younger sister, and older brother. At home, he is an avid target shooter and WWII collector. In his spare time, he enjoys teasing his cat, Kitty, cooking strange concoctions, and manipulating stream grain size distributions, also known as rock skipping.