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About Eleanor Campbell
Hello! My name is Eleanor Campbell, and I am a first year Laidlaw Scholar. I am a student at Columbia University in the City of New York, but I am originally from Raleigh, NC, USA. I intend to major in Economics, and I am particularly interested in Behavioral Economics and the intersections between Economics, Neuroscience, and Psychology.
During the summer of 2021, I will be working with Professor Hitendra Wadhwa of the Columbia Business School in developing a leadership fellowship for aspiring young changemakers.
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