Emilee Stenson, '21
Emilee Stenson (B.S., Molecular Genetics, ’21) works extensively at the intersection of the humanities and the sciences, with an emphasis on gender studies. A graduate of the Fredonia Honors Program and a double minor in Chemistry and English, at Fredonia she completed in-depth work on Virginia Woolf supported by a Nasca grant, and presented peer-reviewed papers at the annual international Woolf conference, the Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium at Johns Hopkins, and the SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference. Following graduation in May 2021, she was awarded a post-baccalaureate research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. Currently, Emilee is a second-year medical student at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (JSMBS) at the University at Buffalo. She has maintained her passion for the medical humanities as president of multiple clubs, including the Bioethics Club and the Literature Society at JSMBS. In the future, she intends to be a physician and an educator, continuing to implement the medical humanities and bioethics in her work. She is from Attica, NY.