Ridhima Singh

  • Arctic Program Intern
Ridhima Singh
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Ridhima Singh works with the Arctic Program to identify and digitize retrogressive thaw slumps (landscape features caused by thawing permafrost) across the Arctic region. She is interested in using computing to understand global and regional environmental responses to human activity and natural processes, and has pursued research in this area throughout her academic career.

In the fall of 2023, she will be attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as a first-year student studying computer science, data science, and economics. After graduating, Singh looks forward to pursuing a career in computing and analytics, and would like to help draft and shape science-based federal policies.

Singh’s life goal is to visit and hike in all of the U.S. National Parks—so far, she has visited 15 out of all 63.