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Emotional Resilience for Women in STEM


Tatiana Miller, Licensed Psychologist and High-Performance Consultant

Women in STEM often face unique pressures and challenges that can lead to stress, burnout, and self-doubt. This program provides tools and strategies specifically tailored to their needs, empowering them to navigate these hurdles with greater resilience.

Tatiana Miller

Tatiana Miller draws on evidence-based practices of neurology, mind-body medicine, psychology, and kinesiology to redesign one's lifestyle to feel in control, healthy, and vibrant. Join us as she explains emotional resilience and its impact on performance and well-being, shares stress management tools, and how to cultivate a growth mindset.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define emotional resilience and its key components.
  • Identify common challenges faced by women in STEM and their emotional impact.
  • Develop strategies for managing stress, overcoming setbacks, and maintaining motivation.
  • Foster self-compassion and build a supportive network for career growth.

Duke graduate students can access this Association for Women in Science event for free through Duke's institutional membership, sponsored by the Office of Faculty Advancement. Find information about how to claim your Duke membership to AWIS here.


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