Andrew Wu is a second-year graduate student in the GT School of Physics. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts (AB) degree in Astrophysical Sciences from Princeton University in 2020. He is currently working with Professor Zeb Rocklin on characterizing origami metamaterials with symmetries. Within the field of physics education research, Andrew is interested in curriculum development, in particular the parallel development of a phenomenological versus an axiomatic framework of quantum mechanics, relativity, and topics in astrophysics. He is also passionate about outreach and expanding access to scientific education, having interned at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta as well as volunteered at the Princeton Observatory. Andrew also enjoys discussing philosophy and psychology, playing video games and the violin, and long walks on the beach.