TIM TREUER


"We need a story that reminds us that the continuing degradation of landscapes and the seas is not necessarily a one-way street toward irreversible destruction."

-Kris Tompkins


About me

I am an Alaskan, ecologist, and science writer. I am currently wrapping up a postdoc project in Madagascar from my time as a Gund Fellow at the University of Vermont. Prior to that, I was a lecturer at Princeton University and AAAS Mass Media Fellow at PBS-NOVA in Boston. I completed a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton and an undergrad degree in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard.

I currently have a foot in the world of journalism and another in academia. Feel free to get in touch for anything from research collaborations to freelance writing assignments.

Packrafting on Granite Creek in Turnagain Pass, Alaska (photo credit: Paxson Woelber)