March 29, 2018 –
Thursday, March 29, 2018 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
B115 Wells Hall
Despite good grades, degrees, promoti ons, awards and other tangible evidence of their abilities, millions of people around the world worry they’re not as intelligent or capable as oth ers “think” they are. It’s called Impostor Syndrome, and this feeling is especially prevalent in higher education institutions. The behaviors assoc iated with impostor feelings have consequences not only for individuals bu t for organizations as well. Whether you are faculty, staff, or even a p arent – it’s essential to understand the dynamics of this unique form of s elf-doubt so you can take active steps to address it in yourself or those you work with, manage, mentor, or teach. Join us for an interactive tal k on impostor syndrome in higher education led by internationally-recogniz ed expert and author, Dr. Valerie Young.
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Michigan State University is committed to providing equal opportunity fo r participation in all programs, services and activities. Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting Kelsey Foote at the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 15th. Requests received after this date will be honored whenever possible.
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