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How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome as a Supervisor

April 11, 2019 | Emily Wasserman

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One of the most rewarding, and sometimes, challenging parts of a faculty member’s job is advising graduate students. But what happens when a faculty member suffers from imposter syndrome? Some faculty advisers have reported that they feel like an imposter when advising students on their thesis, and these feelings can be exacerbated by having other […]

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Overcoming Impostor Syndrome in Teaching

October 8, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Improving Teaching and Learning /

“Impostor Syndrome,” or the feeling of being an intellectual fraud, is common among teachers, says Sindhumathi Revuluri, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education at Harvard University. In a recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Revuluri says that impostor syndrome can affect a range of teachers from new graduate students to established faculty members. Revuluri […]

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