Eleanor graduated from Oxford in 2013 with a first-class BA in Geography. In 2016, she completed an MSc in Environmental Change and Management at Oxford with distinction. Building on her MSc dissertation, Eleanor worked as a research scholar at Northern Arizona University, USA, using drones to remotely measure tropical leaf traits. She was funded by Google Earth Engine and invited to present the results of her research at their summer conference at Google HQ, California.
Outside of academia, Eleanor has spent two years teaching and tutoring in Germany and Austria.
2016: Google Earth Engine Research Award
2015: Boardman Scholarship
2015: Ruby and Will George Scholarship
2012: William Buchanan Bursary
2011-13: Keble College Academic Award