Discussion on Recognizing Imposter Syndrome on February 27

Many faculty, like other professionals, experience “imposter syndrome,” or feelings of self-doubt or inadequacy despite their documented success. Maybe you question whether your teaching or scholarship is “good enough,” or you fear evaluation so procrastinate on tasks? Often faculty think about their own success as good luck but attribute the success of others to their effort. Join this discussion on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 from 3:00-4:15 p.m. in Clark Hall Room 405, led by Monica Z. Osburn, Ph.D., LPC-S (director, NC State University Counseling Center), to identify strategies to overcome “imposter” feelings, engage in healthy self-assessment and move forward in your own career goals.