Impostor Syndrome: The Plague or Good Fortune of the Smart Professional

Student Group

Talk to any smart and successful professional and you’ll hear the same story—Impostor Syndrome. First defined in the 1970s by psychologists Imes and Clance, Impostor Syndrome is that feeling of anxiety that you really don’t know what you are doing, you only got where you are by luck, and everyone will soon find out that you are a fraud. Sound familiar? These are feelings that live and thrive in the darkness. This program will seek to throw some light on them. We will discuss what Impostor Syndrome is and provide some tools for managing it.

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The main event will run from 6:30-7:30 pm Pacific. Join us beforehand for a social chat at 6:15 – it’s an excellent opportunity to meet fellow students and the SLASC Executive Committee.

Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm (Pacific Time)