Theodore Endreny is a Professor and Unit Head in the Department of Environmental Resources Engineering at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF). Professor Endreny is a professional hydrologist and registered professional engineer in New York, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources from Cornell University (1990), completed a Peace Corps volunteer assignment in Honduras (1992), earned his Master of Science degree in Biological and Agricultural Engineering from North Carolina State University (1996), and earned his Doctoral degree in Water Resources Engineering from Princeton University (1999). Professor Endreny's research goal is to help communities engineer resilient water resources systems to deliver sustaining ecosystem services within a changing critical zone and climate. To achieve that goal Professor Endreny's group engages in monitoring, modeling, and management using interdisciplinary ecological engineering design principles that contribute to the development of i-Tree Tools. Professor Endreny teaches courses in engineering hydrology and hydraulics, river restoration, and ecological engineering in the tropics. Professor Endreny is a member of the American Geophysical Union, Engineers without Borders, and the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, provides university service for SUNY ESF, and serves on the editorial board for Hydrological Processes and the International Journal for River Basin Management. Professor Endreny was the recipient of a SUNY Chancellor's Internationalization Award (2004), a Fulbright Commission Research and Lecturer Sabbatical award to Cyprus (2005), the SUNY ESF Undergraduate Student Association Distinguished Teacher Award (2009), the US nomination for the IEEE GHTC Global Humanitarian Engineer of the Year (2013), and the Fulbright Commission Distinguished Chair in Environmental Sciences at Parthenope University, Italy (2016).