Raymond Tu is a senior undergraduate student from Ontario, Canada. He is enrolled in the BSPH program with a major in Environmental Health Sciences and minors in chemistry and biology. Over his three years at the Water Institute, he has focused his work on the environmental health conditions in resource-constrained settings, such as refugee camps and healthcare facilities in low- and middle-income countries. He is also working on evidence mapping and risk assessment projects with the US EPA for chemicals such as uranium, vanadium, and arsenic. He hopes to be involved with community-driven work in health equity and global health as a public health and medical practitioner. Aside from his research, Raymond loves watching Jeopardy, drinking lattes at Epilogue, and playing his tenor saxophone.