Xuan Jin

Student, University College London (UCL)
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Sinéad Crowley

Student, Trinity College Dublin

I am a third year Management Science and Information Systems Studies student in Trinity College Dublin.

Sarah Routley

Student, University of St Andrews

Hello everyone! I'm Sarah (she/her) and I am a second-year undergraduate student in Philosophy at the University of St Andrews. I am particularly interested in the applications of philosophy to social and political issues, and how we can use philosophical arguments to inform policy decisions. As such, my research project concerns epistemic injustice in cases of sexual assault and its implications for university and legal policy. 

Ananya Sanagavaram

Medical Student , Trinity College Dublin

I am a 3rd year medical student passionate about human centred clinical research. For my research I will be exploring the attitudes of potential therapy recipients towards novel therapeutics in Parkinson's Disease to improve cognition.  I have lived in 5 different countries across Asia and Europe so far - your quintessential third culture kid:)) I enjoy listening to Indian classical music, playing football and hiking. 
Benjamin Alexander Southwick

EDI Chair, Music Durham, Durham University

Benjamin Southwick (he/they) is an undergraduate student at Durham University, UK, reading Music at Stephenson College. He has a research interest in those underrepresented in music, focusing on marginalised genders and LGBTQ+ people. Currently, they are working on diversifying the repertory of Durham University's music ensembles in his role as Chair of Music Durham's Equality Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Benjamin is also Director of Music of St Cuthbert's Society Choir at Durham University, where he is working to reduce inequality in choral music.
Lauren Pereira-Greene (she/her)

Medical Student, University College London

Third year UCL medic interested in psychiatry and neuroscience, and intercalating in Medical Anthropology. I am passionate about social equality and am the Co-Founder of a student-led widening participation group, DIMA (Diversity in Medical Education) @dimafoundation.

Pearls Eddo

Law LLB, University of Leeds

Hi, my name is Pearls; I am a third-year Law (Industrial) student at Leeds. I am currently in a placement year at The Walt Disney Company as a CPGP Contract Management Intern! My first-year research project looked at the way game-based learning could be incorporated into Multi-Academy Trusts (aka MATs) to improve the academic attainment and classroom engagement of GCSE-year black students. For my Leadership-in-Action project in 2023, I will be travelling to Peru with MakeSense to plan ways to empower the indigenous communities which reside in the country.
Abby Donaghue

Research Scholar, Tufts University

I'm an undergraduate research scholar at Tufts University double majoring in Biopsychology and Child Studies & Human Development, with a love for theatre and other performing arts. Youth development is central to my work both within and outside the academic field: I've served children in environments as diverse as arts education, athletics, academic studies, and after-school care. In particular, my work as a researcher and educator with The Drama Studio (a drama education organization based in Springfield, MA, USA) and as director of Tufts' LCS Tutoring have demonstrated to me the value of individualized, creative education opportunities for autistic and other neurodiverse youth, whose needs and skills often aren't fully met in traditional schools. My passions for performing arts and for working with neurodiverse communities drive me to study arts education access for autistic students as a Laidlaw Scholar. Through my research, I hope to better understand where and how autistic students access various forms of arts education, as well as what accommodations support a positive arts education experience. Feel free to email me if you'd like to chat about what this data could accomplish, or about your own work!