Battling Impostor Syndrome
April 27 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Have you ever doubted yourself? Do you avoid challenges because it’s uncomfortable to try something you are not great at? This workshop will discuss how to overcome those obstacles!
Join us as we learn about our speaker and how to overcome obstacles in higher education!
Edward Gonzales has over a decade of professional experience working with NASA in multiple roles. He is currently a business administrator for Minority University Research Education Programs (MUREP) & Outreach. Mr. Gonzales has presented to various K-12 and universities across the country. He has participated in panels at various professional conferences such as: Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Great Minds in STEM, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), and more!
His countless contributions to the advancement and success of NASA’s outreach efforts and motivational speaking engagements have been highly recognized by his awards and honors in:
- NASA Group Achievement for Higher Education for MUREP
- NASA Individual Achievement for Directors Award
- NASA Solar System Team Award
- NASA Group Achievement Award for Voyager Missions
Join us to meet our speaker as he discusses the phenomenon of the ‘Impostor Syndrome’ and how that impacts students in education and how to overcome it and achieve success.
All are welcome to attend! The event takes place in HUM-131.