Liz Fuller-Wright, science writer, joined the Office of Communications in 2017 after working as a writer and editor at The Christian Science Monitor.
Her science background comes from Amherst College and Brown University, where she investigated volcano-ice interactions near Olympus Mons with data from the Mars Global Surveyor. Between grad school and Princeton, she worked as a middle school science teacher with Teach For America and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the mountains of Morocco.
At Princeton, she develops news and feature stories with campus partners, focusing on the natural sciences. Her free time is spent exploring the area with her wife and daughter and continuing her search for the perfect molten lava cake.