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In an inspiring collaboration, the bright minds of the High School of Climate Justice students joined with NYU’s Department of Psychology graduate students and professors for a seminar.

Our students had the unique opportunity to engage in a seminar to engage in discussions and activities centered around personal and intellectual growth, challenging stereotypes, and understanding the complexities of learning and perception. The seminar was a carefully curated blend of interactive sessions, thought-provoking discussions, and practical activities designed to challenge our students’ perceptions and encourage them to think beyond the conventional. 

One of the seminar’s highlights was the engaging discourse on breaking stereotypes and overcoming “imposter syndrome.” This session was particularly impactful, as it equipped our students with the knowledge and confidence to challenge self-doubt and embrace their unique paths to success.

We extend our deepest gratitude to the graduate students and professors from NYU’s Department of Psychology for their invaluable contribution to our recent seminar. Your expertise and insights have not only enriched our students’ understanding but also inspired them to pursue their passions with a growth mindset. Thank you for being such an integral part of our learning journey and for being our #learningpartners.