Thu, Mar 28, 2024

6 PM – 7:30 PM CDT (GMT-5)

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This session engages participants in exploring why imposter phenomenon exists, and how it impacts their academics, personal experiences, and mental health.
Participants will further learn about the different archetypes of imposter phenomenon and identify practical actions that can address how these archetypes manifest overtly and implicitly in their daily lives. Finally, participants will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of who they are and identify the truths about their unique strengths, intelligences, and accomplishments. Sponsored by the Steve Fund and Equity in Mental Health Committee.

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