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Lunch & Learn: Imposter Syndrome and Graduate Students

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 -
11:30am to 12:00pm

Ever have the feeling as a grad student that you're not as smart as everyone thinks you are? Ever feel like your professors are going to "find you out?" Well if you've felt this way, you've experienced Imposter Syndrome, and graduate students have this psychological experience often. But you're not alone. Come to the Graduate School's next Lunch & Learn workshop, "Imposter Syndrome and Graduate Students," where Dr. Jo Davis-McElligatt from English, Dr. Taniecea Mallery from Campus Diversty, and Dean Mary Farmer-Kaiser of the Graduate School will tell you all about this Syndrome and how to fight back. 

As always, free food will be provided to all in attendance. 

Please take a quick moment to register for the event to assist the Graduate School with planning. 

Type: 
Academic
Career
Health/Wellness
Social/Reception
Primary sponsor: 
Graduate School
Office of Diversity
Speaker/performer name: 
Dr. Jo Davis-McElligatt/Dr. Taniecea Mallery/Dean Mary Farmer-Kaiser
Location: 
Dupre Library
Room name/number: 
Library Staff Lounge/Room 221
Event contact email: 
Event contact phone: 
(337) 482-6965
Event target audience: 
Faculty
Students
Event open to: 
Faculty
Students
Admission info: 
Free to public
Ticket information: 

Registration is encourage to aid in planning but is not required. 

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