Native to Massachusetts, Christopher Round is a graduate student at the School for Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University pursuing a Masters in Environmental Science and a Masters in Public Affairs. After graduating with his bachelors degree in biology from Merrimack College, he attended Harvard University as a special student, studying environmental science and policy. As a member of Divest Harvard he has written for the Harvard Crimson and was heavily involved in efforts to divest the Harvard endowment from fossil fuels. Originally an ecologist by training, his interests and expertise include climate change, bioethics, science and public policy, public affairs, and conservation issues. He holds a strong belief that nuance is an undervalued commodity. Chris prefers to spend his spare time on the grappling mat, talking about himself in 3rd person, and learning Japanese. He has a mild addiction to orange soda and a husky named Kodi.