Thriving In Graduate School

Secrets to thriving in graduate school (Science Mag)

Don’t Just Survive–Thrive in Graduate School (American Psychological Association)

 

Imposter Syndrome and Tips to Overcome It

We are Not Impostors (Insider Higher Ed)

No, You’re Not an Impostor (Science Mag)

Impostor Syndrome: Recognizing and Overcoming Feelings of Inadequacy and Self-Doubt as a Graduate Student (UCEA)

Feel like a fraud? (American Psychological Association)

Beyond Impostor Syndrome: Graduate Study for First-Generation Students (Grad Hacker)

Impostor syndrome and diversity graduate students (Journal of Biological Chemistry)

 

Strategies for Managing Stereotype Threat as a Scholar and Teacher

Stereotype Threat: An Overview (University of Arizona)

Claude Steele, author of Whistling Vivaldi at Harvard (Video)

Claude Steele @ UC Davis: “Stereotype Threat: How it Affects Us and What We Can Do About It” (Video)

Claude Steele @ Stanford: Identity, Motivation, and Stereotype Threat (Video)

Thin Ice: Stereotype Threat and Black College Students (The Atlantic)

How Teachers Can Reduce Stereotype Threat in the Classroom (Rutgers University)

Addressing Stereotype Threat to Improve Academic Achievement (Stanford University)

Reducing Stereotype Threat: Strategies for Teachers (Washington University in St. Louis)

Resources for Identity Safe Classrooms

Increasing Inclusivity in the Classroom (Vanderbilt University)

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