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Understanding and Coping with the Imposter Syndrome
Wednesday April 23, 2014
Rose Room (Memorial Union)
Limited Seating, Refreshments Provided
Do you ever feel like you are fooling people into believing you are more competent than you are? Do you feel like it is only a matter of time before you are “unmasked”? Do you ever feel like you do not truly have what it takes to succeed? If so, this panel session is for you!
In this session, you will:
- Learn what the Imposter Syndrome is and how it may be affecting your life.
- Hear from other people who have experienced these feelings. You are far from alone!
- Learn strategies to cope with the feelings that may detract from your enjoyment of your educational pursuits.
Jaryn Allen & Amber Bach-Gorman—NDSU Counseling Center
Sara Mack- Counselor Education graduate student
Graduate Student Panelists:
Lee Gullickson (English)
Kimberly Booth (Biology)
Mun Yee Kwan (Psychological Clinical Science)
Scott Pryor (Associate Professor, Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering)
Betsy Birmingham (Associate Dean, Arts, Humanities & Social Science; Associate Professor, English)
Co-Sponsored by the Graduate School & the NDSU Counseling Center