Imposter Syndrome: A sense of not belonging

Have you ever had the feeling that you are not as competent as others perceive you to be? Do you assume all of your classmates are smarter and more accomplished than you? 

Join us at the 209 FEA Spring Panel for a conversation with education professionals about Imposter Syndrome. 

Thousands of students across America deal with feelings of phoniness, believing that they are not intelligent, capable or create despite evidence of high achievement. 

How can educators combat Imposter Syndrome? 


Discuss the impact of imposter syndrome on minority students and brainstorm solution. 


Wednesday, March 20
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
GC 140


Maria K. Lovett, PhD
Clinical Associate Professor, Social Foundations and Urban Education
Department of Educational Policy Studies
Florida International University 

Remy Dou, PhD
Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, Science Education
Department of Teaching and Learning, STEM Transformation Institute
Florida International University

Melanie Morales
Instructor Professor and Program Leader, Special Education
Department of Teaching and Learning
Florida International University

Andy Pham, PhD
Associate Professor, School Psychology
Department of Counseling, Recreation and School Psychology 
Florida International University

Susan Ortiz
Teacher, English Education
Director, Education Academy
Piper High School