Event Listing

Freedom of Mind LSE: Education

Friday 11 October 2019

5pm - 7pm

The Venue, Saw Swee Hock Building, Sheffield Street

Freedom of Mind LSE: Education

78% percent of university students have experienced a problem with their mental health in the last year. Something needs to change.

 

Freedom of Mind LSE: Education takes both an industry-wide, and LSE-specific look at the mental health crisis faced by UK universities, and asks where it’s all going wrong. Join us in the LSESU Venue from 5pm on Friday 11th October for 2 very special events discussing higher education.

 

First up, we have a panel of industry experts lined up to discuss wellbeing across the higher education sector. Comprised of medical professionals, economists, university staff, and a mental health economist, this panel takes a broad look at issues such as academic pressure, isolation, and differing social environments.

 

Straight after this, from 6pm, we are zooming in on the LSE campus to discuss what LSE could be doing to improve satisfaction and mental wellbeing on campus. With representatives of the LSE Disability and Wellbeing Service, LSE Life, and the LSESU, this is your chance to feedback to the uni about what you think needs to change.

 

Panel:

  • Chair - David Gordon, LSE Community and Welfare Officer
  • Stanford - Former University of Bristol Sabbatical Officer
  • Dominique Thompson GP - Mental Health Consultant
  • Baron Richard Layard - Mental Health Economist, Head of the Centre for Economic Performance
  • Adam Sandelson - Head of LSE Disability and Wellbeing Service

Forum:

  • Chair - Ella Marshall/Will Banks - Freedom of Mind LSE Coordinator
  • Zulum Elumogo - LSESU General Secretary
  • Claudine Provencher - Director of LSE Life
  • Adam Sandelson - Head of LSE Disability and Wellbeing Service

Register for your free ticket here!

>> If you have any questions or concerns surrounding accessibility or any other details of this Freedom of Mind LSE event, please contact lsefestival@freedomofmind.org.uk <<