Imposter Syndrome in Graduate Education
Name of Award
Faculty Research & Scholarly Activities Grant
Emily Nowak, Associate Professor of Nursing, and Matt Byrne, Lecturer of Nursing, received a $4,100 Faculty Research & Scholarly Activities Grant to determine to what extent imposter syndrome exists in graduate programming at St. Catherine's, examine whether or not a year long series of interventions decreases characteristics of imposter phenomenon as measured by the Clance IP scale, and determine whether a variety of demographic variables are contributing/correlating factors associated with higher incidence of imposter phenomenon.
Nowak, Emily and Byrne, Matt, "Imposter Syndrome in Graduate Education" (2014). External Grant Awards. 61.
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