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Moving Beyond Impostor Syndrome Workshop

by Kelleen Maluski on 2020-10-08T08:00:00-06:00 | Comments

Here at HSLIC we're very excited to be partnering with the Associate Director for the Center for Academic Program Support, Stephanie Sanchez, to offer a workshop on impostor syndrome. Impostor syndrome is the inability to see one's own successes as legitimately deserved despite all evidence to the contrary. In this workshop, we will discuss impostor syndrome, the mediated effects of marginalization and discrimination, and ways to manage both.

The workshop will be held virtually on October 13th from 12-1pm and you can register here. After registering you will be sent the Zoom link closer to the date of the workshop. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to email Kelleen Maluski, Student Success and Engagement Librarian.

Image of a person on a couch with their laptop and an arrow showing that they can work to move past impostor syndrome with this workshop. All text in the image is also in the body of this post.

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