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Facebook post by Anglia Ruskin University

Dr Terri Simpkin, Head of Department, Leadership and Management at Anglia Ruskin University, is currently conducting research to identify the prevalence of the Impostor Phenomenon (IP) among women in STEM, for general publication next year. The reason why Simpkin is researching IP in STEM is because women are not entering STEM careers in significant numbers; and those that do find it difficult to advance and so are poorly represented in the upper echelons of the sector. To read the full article:
Why women in STEM suffer from the 'Impostor Phenomenon'

Why women in STEM suffer from the 'Impostor Phenomenon' - Dr Terri Simpkin is researching the Impostor Phenomenon in STEM occupations — where capable women experience feelings of inadequacy, despite obvious suitability for their role.