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Rhiannon Walsh

Undergraduate Student at University of Plymouth

Rhiannon Walsh is an undergraduate psychology student at the University of Plymouth (UK). Her research interests namely lie in education, ableism, sex and relationships, as well as inclusion. Rhiannon’s final year dissertation focuses on the relationship between social camouflaging and conformity. The idea behind this is to better understand what camouflaging is and what factors affect this behaviour, with the aim of better identifying these behaviours and better aiding and identifying current neurodiverse individuals in an education setting and beyond. Rhiannon is currently finishing her dissertation write-up and working full-time in the care sector in a dementia home, as well as advocating online for more awareness of neurodiversity and mental health. She hopes to gain more experience in the education sector following the completion of her degree.

Rhiannon Walsh's contributions

Co-developing inclusive and accessible e-learning resources: Placing disabled and neurodiverse student voices at the centre of our practice

A new ecology of higher education: Disability, access, participation and belonging

What is required to support disabled and neurodiverse university students into meaningful, work-based opportunities? A consultation undertaken through the University of Plymouth’s Office for...

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Blog post13 Jan 2023