Editors

Ashley Indictor

Ashley Indictor

Joined in Spring 2022

Hometown: Staten Island, NY

Majors: Health Science & Biology

Minor: Health, Medicine, & Society

Hi! My name is Ashley Indictor, and I am a freshman majoring in biology and minoring in sociology. I joined The Humanology Project because I wanted to be a part of an organization that advocates for mental health awareness through one of the most powerful tools people have: writing. In my free time, I like to photograph nature, drink tea, and be with my friends and family.

Emily Wu

Joined in Spring 2022

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Major: English

Minor: Creative Writing

Hi! My name is Emily Wu, and I am a junior majoring in English and minoring in creative writing. I joined The Humanology Project because I wanted to get more involved and make a difference with my writing skills. This project was the perfect combination of my interests since mental health has always been a big part of my life. When I’m free, I enjoy reading, drawing, playing video games, and listening to music. I also love playing with my tuxedo cat, Rocky, when I’m home.

Jennifer Lee

Joined in Fall 2021

Hometown: Somers, NY

Major: English Teacher Prep

Hi! My name is Jenn, and I’m a senior here at SBU working to be a high school English teacher. On campus, I’m involved in various organizations, such as Alpha Nu Zeta English Honor Society, and work as a peer tutor at the Writing Center. Outside of school, I enjoy reading fiction, playing RPG video games (my favorites include Fire Emblem, Persona, and Ace Attorney), and drinking ice coffee. I joined The Humanology Project to both improve my writing skills and help spread mental health awareness to my community. I aim to create a welcoming and accepting environment for both my peers and students.

Jonathan Zhu

Jonathan Zhu

Joined in Spring 2021

Hometown: Houston, TX

Major: Biology

Minor: Creative Writing

Hey, y’all! My name is Jonathan Zhu, and I am one of the editors for The Humanology Project. I am currently a sophomore majoring in biology and minoring in creative writing and literature, on the pre-med track. I love to play basketball, take photos (specifically wildlife and nature photography), do graphic design, and write for fun! The reason why I joined Humanology was because I believe that mental health deserves more awareness within society and can be further elucidated through writing and one’s personal experiences. I am looking forward to a great spring semester after a brief hiatus, and I hope we can further our missions and goals for this upcoming year!

Panayiota Siskos

Panayiota Siskos

Joined in Fall 2020

Hometown: Ozone Park, NY

Major: Chemistry

My name is Panayiota Siskos, and I am a junior majoring in chemistry. I had joined The Humanology Project because I believed that raising awareness for mental health is incredibly important, and The Humanology Project was a great way to become more actively involved in spreading awareness. In my free time, I enjoy crocheting, taking walks, listening to music, and playing with my cat.