Imposter Syndrome: Workshop RSVP
Temerty Faculty of Medicine Graduate Peer Support Network (GPSN) invites you to join our Graduate Life workshop:
An Open Discussion about Imposter Syndrome
Date: Wednesday September 15, 2021
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm.
Join us for a workshop on resolving your feelings of "Imposter Syndrome" - a common phenomenon experienced by graduate students of feeling inadequate or undeserving of your current achievements. The workshop will be facilitated by Department of Immunology professor Dr. Jastaran Singh and provide a safe space for you and your peers to share your experiences and discuss constructive approaches to combating Imposter Syndrome in graduate school.
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The Graduate Peer Support Network (GPSN) is a new, GLSE-funded initiative founded by graduate students across the Faculty of Medicine. The purpose of the GPSN is to provide Faculty of Medicine graduate students with timely mental health and wellness support, and resources via educational seminars and peer mentorship. There are three components to our mission: peer mentorship, graduate student life seminar series, and research and advocacy.
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