Aubrey Paris is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow in the Chemistry Department advised by Dr. Andrew Bocarsly. Her research involves optimizing catalyst systems that electrochemically transform carbon dioxide into reduced, energy-dense products for the dual purposes of achieving atmospheric remediation and developing new fuel sources. Aubrey is also a Senior Fellow at the Institute on Science for Global Policy (ISGP), an international science policy think-tank, which has led her to work on issues ranging from sea level rise and severe storms to infectious disease, food safety, and synthetic biology. As an active science communicator, she is a co-host of “The Forum,” the ISGP’s bi-weekly audio podcast which has accumulated listeners in over 50 countries across six continents. Aubrey received B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Ursinus College in 2015.