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  • 1. Lena Emelyn Zlock E-mail: lzlock@pds.org Phone: (215)-630-7611 Website: lenazlock.wordpress.com Education Princeton Day School, Princeton, NJ September 2011 - present Honor Roll status each semester of attendance Harvard University, Cambridge, MA June - August 2013 Participated in the Harvard Summer School: Secondary School Program Coursework: The Enlightenment Invention of the Modern Self (pursued graduate student requirement) and Reform, Republic, Terror, and Empire: The French Revolution, 1787-1804 The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA June - July 2013 Cumulative Grade Point Average: 4.0 on a 4.0 scale Participated in the Pre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History, through the National Institute for American History and Democracy Held honor of being the first high school sophomore to complete this program Honors and Awards
  • 2. Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and the Civil War Round Table of New York 2013 Civil War Essay Contest: Oustanding Civil War Essay Award for Soldiers, Spies, and Roses: Allan Pinkerton’s Secret War, June 2013 Eleven Editors’ Choice Awards on Teen Ink, a magazine written by and for teenagers (visit my page here), January 2012 - January 2014 Varsity Girls’ Figure Skating Coaches’ Award, April 2013 Research Zlock, L.E. (November 2013). Food and Thought: Starvation as a Catalyst for Reduced Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis; and the Formation of Depression and Emotional Anxiety within Memory Princeton Day School- (Hi)Story in Film and Literature (English elective) Faculty advisor: Karen Latham, English Department, Princeton Day School Zlock, L.E. (August 2013). On Finding Ourselves: Examining the Contradictions of Rousseau's Discourse on Inequality in the Study of Self-Love and Self-Preservation Harvard Summer School- The Enlightenment Invention of the Modern Self (graduate student requirement) Faculty Advisors: Leo Damrosch, Ernest Bernbaum Professor of Literature; and Kris Trujillo, Teaching Fellow Zlock, L.E. (August 2013). Who Won the French Revolution? Harvard Summer School- Reform, Republic, Terror, and Empire: The French Revolution, 1787-1804 Faculty Advisor: Laurence Winnie, Executive Officer, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies Zlock, L.E. (February 2013). Soldiers, Spies, and Roses: Allan Pinkerton's Secret War
  • 3. Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and the Civil War Round Table of New York 2013 Civil War Essay Contest Outstanding Essay Award Faculty Advisor: Maria Shepard, History Department, Princeton Day School Zlock, L.E. (March 2012). Religion and the Founding Fathers Princeton Day School History Department Research Database, inaugural paper Faculty Advisor: Bill Stoltzfus, History Department, Princeton Day School Published Work Teen Ink, a magazine written by and for teenagers (visit my page here) Publications in print edition September 2012 October 2012 October 2013 Eleven Editors’ Choice Awards Work voted #1 thirteen times on the Teen Ink website VIP- the most active and highly-rated users- since April 2012 Articles “With global perspective, American exceptionalism can be achieved,” The Spokesman (December 2013) "Paging PDS: Mock Trial combines debate, speech, sass," The Princeton Packet (September 2013) "Adventures in Docenting," Princeton Patch (August 2013) “An Argument Against Same-Sex Marriage,” The Spokesman (July 2013)
  • 4. “The Essence of NIAHD: A Summer Pre-Collegiate Alumna Reflects,” National Institute of American History and Democracy (June 2013) “Students look to concerts and music festivals for the perfect summer activity,” The Spokesman (June 2013) “Zlock Watches the Clock on Syria Intervention,” The Spokesman (May 2013) “Artist of the Month: Rory Finnegan,” The Spokesman (March 2013) “Artist of the Month: Jonas Kaufman,” The Spokesman (January 2013) “God Save the Monarchy?,” The Spokesman (June 2012) Literary “Winter,” Cymbals Magazine (May 2012) “An Ode to Princeton Battlefield,” Cymbals Magazine (May 2012) “Writer’s Block,” Cymbals Magazine (May 2013) “A Walking Poem,” Cymbals Magazine (May 2013)
  • 5. School Extracurricular Activities Managing editor, Cymbals Magazine, Princeton Day School's literary, visual, and performing arts publication 2013 – present Designed and created new website: cymbalsmagazine.wordpress.com Captain of the Princeton Day School History Bowl Team 2013 - present Member of the team, 2012 - present Placed 10th in the 2013 New Jersey State Bowl Placed 18th in the 2013 New Jersey State Bee; qualifier for National History Bee Contributing writer to The Spokesman, Princeton Day School's student-run newspaper 2011- present Princeton Day School Writing Center Mentor 2013 - present Princeton Day School Admissions Office Student Ambassador 2013 - present Admissions Office Tour guide 2011 - present Member of the Princeton Day School chapter of the Junior State of America 2012 - present Senator at 2013 Northeast Winter Congress Member of Panther Varsity Figure Skating, 2011 – present Varsity Girls’ Figure Skating Coaches’ Award, April 2013
  • 6. Teaching Experience Volunteering to teach classes and develop corresponding curricular materials AP European History “Crash Course: The French Revolution 101” “European Art History” (Hi)Story in Film and Literature “Crash Course: The French Revolution 101” Introduction to Rousseau, and The Impact of His Ideas on the French Revolution Ceramics “Landscape Art: Sculpture and Ceramics” Volunteer Experience Historical Society of Princeton, Princeton, NJ October 2011- present Docent Provided tours of the Bainbridge House, the Society’s main museum, to the visiting public Manage the Society table at a variety of community events Newtown Historical Association, Newtown, PA May - June 2010 Research Assistant Organized and classified artifacts; entered artifact information into an electronic database Managed the Association table at a variety of community events Miscellaneous Fluent in Russian; proficient in Spanish Proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe InDesign, Prezi
  • 7. Created first non-fiction history book recommendation page for the Princeton Day School website Independent ceramic exhibition in 2012 Princeton Day School Art Show, “Reconsider the Duck"

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