Impostor Phenomenon: so you think you’re a fraud?

Feelings of “not belonging” are incredibly common in university environments, but are not often openly discussed.

Dr Meghan Gray will offer a personal viewpoint of how her experiences with Impostor Phenomenon have impacted her career as a physicist.

This session will include an interactive discussion about the origin of impostor feelings and strategies for dealing with them.

This event has been organised by the university’s Women’s Staff Network and everyone is welcome.

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October 14th, 2021 at 7:26 am

Nick Williams


I’d like to know if this discussion is being recorded so that folk who are unable to attend this afternoon can benefit at a later date.

Let me know, please?

Many thanks


October 14th, 2021 at 10:47 am

Cyrus M

Hi Nick. I’m afraid that due to the personal nature of the talk, this event will not be recorded, no. We hold periodic talks on Imposter Phenomenon by different people throughout the year though, so keep an eye out for the next event. Thanks.

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