Eden Gelgoot

Eden recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, where she majored in Life Sciences and minored in Art History. Eden has a broad range of research experiences as a volunteer in a genetics lab, and in a psychology lab where she examined the effectiveness of a video game intervention at reducing anxiety symptoms in adolescents. Eden interned at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she generated content for an arts-based mobile application designed to promote reflection among medical learners on a patient’s experience.

Eden has demonstrated her leadership skills as a member of the Life Sciences Student Council, a Model Parliament delegate, and a Note Taker for the Queen’s Accessibility Services. Eden has worked at a residential summer camp for five years to support cabin group dynamics and mediate conflict. In her free time, Eden loves to play basketball, attend concerts, and travel.

Undergraduate Award Global Winner in 2017

University: Queen’s University
Category: Art History & Theory

The role of the UNESCO World Heritage List in the commemoration of World War II

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