Art History & Theory
The role of the UNESCO World Heritage List in the commemoration of World War II
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.