Maya AngelouWednesday, October 19, 2016
4:30 –  6 pm
309 Sproul Hall

Many graduate students, especially those from groups that are historically underrepresented in higher education, experience imposter syndrome. Imposter Syndrome is the feeling that you’re not supposed to be here, the thought that the university made a mistake admitting you, and feeling like you’re not as smart as everyone else. Imposter Syndrome is a real experience that negatively impacts students which many just chalk up to being at Berkeley. Please join your peers in a friendly, welcoming space to talk and to learn effective strategies to counter this very real experience.

This workshop will be led by Ivonne Mejia from UHS Counseling and Psychological Services.

Please register. Snacks provided. Questions? Contact grad.diversity@berkeley.edu.


Sponsored by the Office for Graduate Diversity


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