About this Event
Rochester, NY 14627
Imposter syndrome, a feeling of self-doubt and trouble acknowledging your own success, is highly prevalent amongst high-achieving people, especially graduate students. In this workshop, you will learn how imposter syndrome can impact your academic and social success, how it intersects with biases present in society and academia and lastly how to address the imposter syndrome during the midst of a global pandemic. The talk will focus on practical techniques and will strive to build a community of interested parties. Students are welcome to follow and chat with Josh Drew, Ph.D., an Assistant Professor at SUNY ESF on twitter (@Drew_Lab) ahead of time to raise specific questions or topics they'd like to see. This will be held on Thursday, October 14th from 7:00-8:30pm in the Sands Constellation Auditorium in Simon Business School as well as via Zoom. Open to all U of R graduate students. Brought to you by the Graduate Student Wellness Committee.
Sands Constellation Auditorium is located on the 3rd floor of Gleason Hall, part of the Simon Business School. Gleason Hall is located directly off the Dewey Lot and connected to Schlegel Hall."