NSF Graduate Research Fellow
Graduate Student, 3rd year
B.S. in Chemistry & Biology, Ursinus College (Collegeville, PA), 2015
M.A. in Chemistry, Princeton University (Princeton, NJ), 2017
Aubrey Paris is a NSF Graduate Research Fellow and third-year graduate student in the Bocarsly Lab studying bimetallic alloys as electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction catalysts. At the intersection of inorganic, materials, and electrochemistry, her current work involves the synthesis, characterization, and electrochemical optimization of thin film alloys containing nickel and group 13 metals. Aubrey was selected as a Princeton Energy and Climate Scholar during her first year of graduate study, and she continues to serve as a Senior Fellow of the Institute on Science for Global Policy (ISGP), a science policy think-tank based out of Washington, D.C. She is also a co-host, writer, and manager of ISGP’s “The Forum,” a biweekly audio podcast played in over 85 countries discussing science-and-society topics such as climate change, GMOs, disease surveillance, and STEM education.