The Varsity, spotlight: Studying science or medicine? Black Researchers Initiative to Empower will ‘BRITEn’ your day

Imposter syndrome, not seeing people similar to you in your classes, and being the first in your family to attend graduate school.

These are experiences that underrepresented members of the University of Toronto community, including Black students, face. To overcome feelings like imposter syndrome — the feeling of being underqualified or undeserving of your accomplishments — Black Researchers Initiative to Empower (BRITE) strives to lift up the students around them — both at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Read the full article at The Varsity.