Student Editorial Team

Our blog is run by Student Minds and led by a student editorial team who will work with you to come up with blogging ideas, edit posts and get your stories shared. 

Find out how you can apply to join our 20/21 Student Editorial Team today. Applications are open until Tuesday 22nd September at 11.59 pm. 

Editor:

I’m Michael. I am a first year PhD student at Durham University studying the relationship between education policy and student mental health and well-being. I am very excited to hear and share your experiences, and support the important work Student Minds do to promote, support and transform student mental health.




Deputy Editor:


I’m Carys and I'm studying Interpreting and Translation (Italian & French) at the University of Bath following on from my undergraduate degree at Durham University. I dedicate a lot of my time to mental health awareness, volunteering for numerous charities and sharing my experience of mental health difficulties online.





Sub-Editors:

I’m Cuomu and I’m currently a social science PhD student at Loughborough University. As someone who’s been living with mental health conditions and benefited from the Student Minds Blog, I want to help develop this digital support network for all the students in higher education. Let’s share our stories, listen to each other and feel empowered!



I’m Jodie, a final year Clinical Psychology student and mental health advocate from Exeter University with a dedication to drive positive change and tackle the barriers to positive well-being. I am excited to be part of a platform that shares experiences and offers support, so no one ever feels alone.

I'm Yoshi, I study MA Applied Linguistics at Birkbeck University. I am someone who believes more effort should be placed on the mental health and well-being of young people, especially university students. I'm thrilled to be a Sub-Editor of Student Minds and to be part of something that contributes to that agenda!

I’m Sophie and I’m currently studying a BS in Multimedia Technology and Design at the University of Kent. Having personal experience of mental health difficulties, I'm passionate about developing the platform for students to share their stories, in order to help others overcome their own struggles and achieve their goals.

I’m Anna and I’m studying an MA in Social and Cultural history at the University of Leeds. I’ve struggled with anxiety, depression and an eating disorder which has informed my passion for raising awareness and ending stigma of mental ill health. My goals are to promote positive well-being maintenance and give a voice to students.

I'm Charlotte, and I am 25 years old. I am a PhD student in Classics at the University of Bristol. I have been struggling with OCD and anxiety for several years, and I am very passionate about raising awareness of mental illness and challenging stigmas.


I'm Charlotte and a 2nd year History student at Kings College London. Having struggled myself with mental health issues, and seeing many of my friends go through similar things, I want to help change the stigma around mental health and make it more accessible to be talked about openly. 


I’m Alyssa-Caroline, a final-year student at the University of Southampton pursuing a double MA in Victorian Literature and Gender Studies. I joined the Student Minds team because of my best friend’s struggle with depression and anxiety, and because I want to make the world a kinder place for everyone who shares her fight.







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