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Two of the lead advisors and the learning strategist at the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) have developed, implemented, and improved a coaching method to work with students facing Imposter Phenomenon.

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Kristin Richey, Courtney Lewellen, Lauren Henninger, academic coaching, imposter syndrome
Posted in: 2021 March 44:1
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The authors explore Hansen's (2018) five rules for disciplined collaboration through the lens of their 2020 NACADA Annual Conference presentation, which mashed up Strengths-based Advising and The Umbrella Academy.

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collaboration, imposter syndrome, Ryan Scheckel, Matt Markin, strengths-based
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For advisors wanting to better prepare themselves to support students experiencing Imposter Syndrome, this article will provide information and practical insights that will help guide and educate students toward healthier mindsets.

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imposter syndrome, Jeannine Kranzow
Posted in: 2022 June 45:2
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Learning to recognize and identify Imposter Syndrome in advising appointments is key to understanding how, when, and why some students fall prey to its influences.

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imposter syndrome, Brianna Harvey
Posted in: 2022 June 45:2

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