Julie is featured on PodCat, check out the episode on Spotify.

In this podcast episode, Julie chats with Profs. Marc Porosoff, Ezra Clark, and Tom Senftle about mentoring, ColorMePhD, and the future of catalysis research.

Selected Research News and Press (Prior to UW):

Below are links to selected press releases and journal articles about our work in plastic upcycling, which have been published in a variety of high-impact science news sources.

Community Engagement and Other News and Press

For a list of recent invited talks related to science communication and community engagement, click here.

Video, Podcast, and TV/Radio Interviews:

10/22/2023: Julie is interviewed on the STARTS podcast. You can listen to the episode on Spotify.

In this Women in Science YouTube video interview, Julie talks with Yifan Gao, PhD Candidate in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles about plastic upcycling, the challenges of becoming a new professor, women role models, and science communication with ColorMePhD. 

Check out the Interview on NewTV's Innovation Showcase with Jay Sugarman.

Check out the interview about ColorMePhD on BYU Radio's Top of Mind with Julie Rose

Check out this podcast interview on "An Engineer's Journey" with host Shelbe Johnson where we talk about chemical engineering, research, and ColorMePhD. Listen on Spotify

On August 25th, 2022, ColorMePhD/Julie took over the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) instagram account! Check out the videos to see a day in the life of plastics upcycling research and to learn more about the ColorMePhD initiative!

Articles and Other Press:

Check out the blog article on ChEnected, which originally appeared in the September 2022 print issue of Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP) magazine.

“Drawing on Science,” Chemical and Engineering News, Vol. 96, Issue 1, by Bethany Halford Jan. 7th, 2019

From Lifeology: "Women in STEAM (science, tech, engineering, arts, math and medicine) are rocking it in the world today, doing amazing but often under-promoted work. We want more people to know about these women and their work, including girls who might dream of careers in STEAM fields! That is the goal our “living” Women in STEAM Lifeology card deck!"

College of Sciences and Mathematics at Auburn University, by Marie Gebhardt, Dec. 10th, 2020.

ChEnected, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) by Douglas Clark, Dec. 6th, 2013.