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A Candid Conversation About Imposter Syndrome and Black Males in Medical School

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December 1, 2021

Our Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Associate Professor in the School of Education, Alonzo M. Flowers III, PhD, recently hosted "A Candid Conversation About Impostor Syndrome and Black Males in Medical School" with College of Medicine students on November 30, 2021.


The session focused on unpacking the live experiences Black male medical residents and how they can cope with issues of impostor syndrome within their professional environments.


The Black Men in Medicine (BMIM) is a student-center support group that is committed to the academic success and advancement of Black males who are currently participating in their medical residency. Dr. Flowers serves as a research and educational partner with this group. This includes organizing and seeking grant writing opportunities and facilitating data collection processes of the program.