Editorial and Reviewer roles

Peer reviewer for the Psychology Teaching Review

Psychology Teaching Review, 2021-present.

I’m delighted to have been given the opportunity to become a peer reviewer for the Psychology Teaching Review. The Psychology Teaching Review is published by the British Psychological Society’s Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology. The journal encourages research on teaching and learning in psychology and promotes good practice in the teaching of psychology at all levels.


Peer reviewer for the Postgraduate Pedagogies Journal

Postgraduate Pedagogies Journal, 2021-present.

I’m dedicated to supporting the advancement of research into how we, as educators, can support students in our teaching and learning practice. As a result, I was delighted to take on the role of peer reviewer for the Postgraduate Pedagogies Journal. Postgraduate Pedagogies is a journal that showcases the unique contribution that Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) bring to Higher Education and how they can best support students in their role.


Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group Quarterly Editor

Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group Quarterly, 2019-present

The PsyPAG Quarterly is a peer-reviewed, open-access publication distributed to all postgraduate psychology students across the UK. Within this role, I review various articles submitted by postgraduates for publication. I work collaboratively with other editors to create an intriguing theme and layout for each publication. I advertise the PsyPAG Quarterly to all postgraduate students, ensuring that all postgraduate students know when the latest publication is available. Additionally, I also help to run the PsyPAGQuarterly Twitter account and created posters/twitter banners to advertise the Quarterly. By clicking the button below, you can read the first PsyPAG Quarterly issue that I published as lead editor.