ArtSci Grad Eden Gelgoot Wins International Award
Recent Life Sciences Major / Art History Minor graduate Eden Gelgoot submitted an Art History & Theory paper, "The role of the UNESCO World Heritage List in the commemoration of World War II" to the international Undergraduate Awards Programme 2017 that went on to win the best submission in the Art History & Theory category. This means that her work has been recognized as being amongst the best undergraduate coursework globally. In addition to her work being published, Ms. Gelgoot has also been invited to present her paper in Dublin at the UA Global Summit 2017. See the other UA Global Winners here.
In the near future, Ms. Gelgoot hopes to pursue an M.Sc. in Psychiatry to explore her research interests in the power of technology to foster patient-centred methods of mental health care delivery.