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Eleanor Stewart-Jones

Mission, KS, Chemistry, Minor in French
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Eleanor Stewart-Jones (she/her/hers) is a senior from Mission, Kansas majoring in Chemistry and minoring in French. She is the president of chemistry club at KU and loves getting kids excited about science. Eleanor is a member of the 37th class of University Scholars, and has received the Goldwater and Astronaut Scholarships. She is a member of the Jackson lab, a bioinorganic chemistry group, and has won multiple awards for her research presentations. She loves sharing her experiences in research as a research ambassador at KU. Over the summer, she worked in a geochemical lab at Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland. She loves hiking, reading science fiction, playing the violin, and drinking coffee. After graduating, Eleanor plans to attend graduate school to get her Ph.D. in chemistry.​

Ask me about: studying abroad with science, balancing life with a B.S. degree, book recommendations, University Scholars, and how to not freak out with a large work load.


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