Thursday, October 14, 2021 12:00pm to 1:00pm
About this Event
Do you sometimes hesitate to ask a question, turn in a paper, or take on a new opportunity because you are afraid someone will discover you’re not as smart or successful as you appear? Or maybe you fear your acceptance at Harvard was a mistake. You are not alone, and you DO belong here! Even if you don’t feel like an impostor, chances are you have a friend who does. Even the most successful people can worry that they are not as good as others think.
Panelists will include current graduate students as well as successful graduates. They will discuss their own experiences with impostor phenomenon, share how they have managed it, and respond to questions from the audience. Students should come away with tips and new perspectives on impostor phenomenon. All GSAS and HKS students are welcome. Co-sponsored by the Academic Resource Center, the Office of Career Services, and Counseling and Mental Health Services.
Offered by ARC and Office of Career Services.