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Andrea Eleazar

Andrea Eleazar

Gilman International Scholarship to Singapore, 2021
Freeman-ASIA to Singapore, 2021
Critical Language Scholarship to Indonesia, 2023

BS public health '23, honors

Andrea is a final year honors student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in public health, minors in bioinformatics and Asian studies, and a writing & publishing certificate. Her interests include social and nutritional epidemiology, urban health, sustainable food systems, and planetary health. A semester abroad in Singapore fueled Andrea’s desire to further explore the culturally diverse, biodiverse, and progressively urbanizing Southeast Asia region. She hopes to leverage her CLS Indonesian language gains domestically to improve health communications and address disparate cardiovascular health outcomes among Southeast Asian Americans, as well as internationally by eventually working for a global health organization.

On campus, Andrea is a Global Engagement Scholar, Community Scholar, SuperNova Undergraduate Research Fellow, Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellow, and plays violin as concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra. After CLS, she will begin her master’s degree in epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, ultimately working towards settling into her niche as a scientist, artist, and advocate.

Andrea has been involved in the Pennoni Honors College through the Honors Program, STAR Scholars, Aspire Scholars, SuperNova Undergraduate Research Fellows, UREP Ambassadors, and as an Undergraduate Research Mini-Grant recipient.

Last updated: July 2023