Impostor Syndrome lecture

Joshua Adam Drew
I teach a class for first year MA students, entitled "MA Thesis Development Seminar" in which I focus on helping students succeed in their time here. I not only focus on them doing good science, but also on the process by which one does science. That means that I need to talk about mental health. Today I gave my lecture on the Impostor Syndrome. This is a pernicious aspect of doing graduate work (and beyond) that can impact my students' ability to do good science by limiting their willingness
more » ... their willingness to secure funding, reducing their networking and professional involvement and ultimately by having them sell themselves short.
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