Tag: Opinion

Tackling the Climate Crisis Through Community and Collaboration

Amy Cotterell is a Biochemistry undergraduate student studying at the University of Bristol. In this paid student writer blog, she outlines what type of news and events have shaped her desire to tackle climate change, and why she believes working with our community and collaboration is the best way to make sustainable and environmental change. 


OPINION: Community-based opportunities enhances students’ academic experience

Partnerships and Development Director Fiona Walsh considers the results from our mid-year impact feedback on how our opportunities enhanced students’ engagement with their university course, and what the key themes might suggest about embedding a bold approach to community-based learning in student opportunities.


Launching our Paid Blogs from Student Writers

We share a new part of our inclusion strategy, which asks students to share their ideas for pieces to be published on our national blog. All confirmed writers will be paid £40 for their submission, and all UK students and our Hub alumni are welcome to complete our proposal form.


What I’ve learnt from leading an organisation from home for a year

I’ve worked at Student Hubs for five years, and every year I learn more about the organisation, the people I work with, and the sector. The past year was no exception.


International Women’s Day: Joining An All Female Management Team

Our Sales Director Fiona Walsh shares her personal reflection of working in a female-led organisation as part of our #ChooseToChallenge series for International Women’s Day.

Fiona Walsh

Opinion, Third Sector


OPINION: The Place for Volunteering in the 2020-21 Academic Year

Sales Director Fiona Walsh considers student experience for the upcoming academic year and how volunteering and social action could provide part of the answer.


OPINION: University closures threaten the most disadvantaged students

Sales Director Fiona Walsh considers the impact university closures could have on the most disadvantaged students studying at these universities.