Imposter Syndrome Series

The Women’s Outreach Center, the Center for Counseling and Well-Being, Housing and Dining, and Leadership Central have partnered to bringing UCO students, faculty and staff a discussion series on Imposter Syndrome. Imposter Syndrome is “the feeling that despite your achievements, you are unable to internalize them due to fear of being exposed as a fraud.” The Imposter Syndrome discussion series will help to overcome feelings of inadequacy through monthly discussions, guest speakers, and hands-on activities. At the conclusion of each discussion, attendees will leave with opportunities for personal and professional growth through learning to re-evaluate the context of situations, and to re-affirm their self-worth.  

 For more information, contact Chrissy Kyles at or (405) 974 3626. 

September 7, 2017
Imposter Syndrome Discussion 1

Ever feel like a fake, despite your accomplishments? You are not alone! Join us for our first monthly discussion about Imposter Syndrome on Thursday, September 7th at Noon in Room 201. Julia Reed, Director of the Center for Counseling and Well-Being will lead the conversation.

October 5,2017
Imposter Syndrome Discussion 2

Tired of feeling you don’t “measure up?” Don’t buy the lie! Join us for our second monthly discussion about media’s impact on Imposter Syndrome- Thursday, October 5th at 1:00pm in NUC Room 314. Lauren Carter, Coordinator of Residence Education & Leadership will lead the conversation.

 November 9, 2017
 Imposter Syndrome Discussion 3

“I have no idea what I’m doing” sound familiar? Your success is real! Join us for our third and final monthly discussion about Imposter Syndrome’s impact on leadership- Thursday, November 9th at Noon in NUC Room 320B. Jarrett Jobe, Executive Director of Leadership Central will lead the conversation.