Mental Health Day Event: Combatting Imposter Syndrome Amid the Pandemic

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Date: October 30, 2020
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Location: Zoom event link will be shared with registrants
Category: Other

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Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has largely shifted university operations from in-person to online, many of us are witnessing the informal modes of communication and recognition that come with occupying a shared space fade away and isolation set in. Though you may be working harder than ever, remote work offers no opportunity for chance encounters with colleagues and managers such that giving and receiving casual feedback and validation requires extra effort. It’s easy to feel anxious about whether the right people are noticing your hard work, and even when they are, that nagging feeling of self-doubt, or feeling like an impostor, can derail your best efforts. Join us to learn how to identify imposter syndrome and adopt strategies to combat it in our new environment.


Kathryn Wrench




Alumni, Community, Faculty, Staff