Colloquium Series: At the Crossroads of Failure: A Discussion on How Failure Interacts with Personal Identity and Social Norms

Published: September 19th, 2019

Category: Education and Advocacy, Friday Colloquium, Recent News

Clinical and Health Psychology Colloquium Series

September 20, 2019; 12-1pm
HPNP G-114

Presented by Ji-Hyun Lee, DrPh
Professor and Director of Division of Quantitative Sciences at the UF Health Cancer Center

This colloquium will be an open forum discussion on how aspects of failure interact with diverse personal identities, from gender to training level to culture. The Education and Advocacy Committee will be moderating the discussion through the introduction of research abstracts delineating trends relevant to the nature of failure and the role it plays in everyday life. Additional resources are available via the links below.

Please join us to hear your fellow students and colleagues discuss their experiences and unique perspectives.

The Confidence Gap – Women and Fear of Failure

The Importance of Stupidity in Scientific Research

Dealing with Impostor Syndrome When You’re Treated as an Impostor