In July 2013, Aubrey completed a Master's degree in Museum Studies at Johns Hopkins University, culminating in a two-week intensive program in London, England, where she collaborated with museum professionals and completed a research project based on London collections.
In June 2011, Aubrey attended a graduate studies course in Eleusina, in the Attika region of Greece, outside of Athens. In Eleusina, she and other students worked with faculty from the University of Arkansas CAST program (Center for Advanced Spatial Technology), learning to use the center's Leica C-10 scanner. The students scanned the ancient site, mythological setting of Persephone's meetings with and departure from her mother Demeter each year, and site of the ancient Eleusinian Mysteries.
In May 2010, Aubrey received her undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Classics, and a concentration in Archaeology.
During her postgraduate study and fieldwork experience, Aubrey participated in internships with museums with a particular aim to gain experience in the conservation and display of material culture, combining the disciplines of archaeology and museum curatorship.
Johns Hopkins University
Master of Arts, Museum Studies
3D Archaeological Visualization and Digitization Project
Summer Session, June 2011
Focus: Leica C-10 scanner
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA
Bachelor of Arts Degree, May 2010
Foundation for International Education
London, United Kingdom
Study Abroad program through Imperial College, South Kensington