Breaking Boundaries in STEM: Imposter Syndrome
- Date: Wednesday 18 March 2020, 15:30 – 18:00
- Location: Conference Auditorium 2 (GM.01)
- Cost: Free
Film Screening followed by a panel discussion
The Breaking Boundaries in STEM events are aimed at inspiring Undergraduate, Masters and PhD students from under-represented groups to undertake careers in STEM and further their leadership ambitions.
Join us to hear inspirational stories from our panellists on imposter syndrome. The panel has experience being first in the family to enter University, studying BTECs/Foundation degree prior to entering University, coming for a widening participation background, BAME and international staff. They have experience of being from an under-represented group at University.
Professor Leon Black - Senior Lecturer from the School of Civil Engineering
Paul Brown - Postgraduate researcher from the School of Computing and Magician
Nadine Cavigioli - Deputy Programme Manager at the Lifelong Learning Centre
Namrah Shahid - PhD Student from the School of Chemistry
Dr Salma Alarefi - Teaching Fellow from the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
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