Establishing an Impostor— Quantitative Assessment in Academia

Do we ever ‘measure up’? (Photo from unsplash)

Cheating & Academic Misconduct

Cheating use to be constrained to a formal setting, but students are now assessed all the time, anywhere, and the goldfish bowl of their existence likely drives some to exhaustion and desperation. (Photo from unsplash)

Academic Metrics

Is everything engaged in a hyper competitive sprint? (photo from unsplash)

Generation of the Impostor

Is there space to fail your way to success in our current system, or must we always feel that we have to ‘win’ to be allowed space to exist? (Photo from unsplash)

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Atomic sorcerer, based at UBC (Canada). Plays with metals. Discusses academic life. Swooshes down ski slopes. Pegs it round parks. (Views my own)

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Atomic sorcerer, based at UBC (Canada). Plays with metals. Discusses academic life. Swooshes down ski slopes. Pegs it round parks. (Views my own)

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