Andrew Lee, from Leonardtown, Maryland, is pursuing a PhD in materials science and engineering at Stanford School of Engineering. At Villanova University, he received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with minors in mathematics and physics. Andrew aspires to meet the challenges of climate change and the energy crisis by developing novel materials that fuel the next generation of global energy processes. At Villanova, he was a research assistant in the Mechanical Engineering Department and a coordinator in the Math Learning Resource Center. Internationally, he surveyed jungle terrain for clean water systems in Nicaragua and developed a system to passively collect water as part of the GIANT Internship Program in France. As a PATHWAYS intern in the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Andrew advanced understanding of corrosion prevention. A longtime wrestler, he was assistant coach of the Radnor High School wrestling program in Pennsylvania.