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Eleanor Stewart-Jones

Mission, KS, Chemistry, Minoring in French
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Eleanor Stewart-Jones is a freshman from Mission, Kansas pursuing a major in chemistry and a minor in French. She has worked in a vaccine development lab, and is currently conducting an independent research project through the SEA-PHAGE program. Starting over the summer she will be joining Dr. Jackson’s lab, which studies metalloenzymes. During her free time she reads, plays violin, and is a member of chemistry club.

Ask me about: balancing a bachelor of science major with a language minor, starting lab work as a freshman, and the SEA-PHAGE program.

e685s169@ku.edu


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