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Think back to the day you were hired as a faculty member—whether tenured, full-time, or adjunct. What did you feel? Many would say excitement, eagerness,
If you have taught before, then you are familiar with the grumpy time of the semester. This is when the semester starts to feel long.
If you’re at any stage of burnout in your own life, know that you are not alone. Whether you’re at stage one or stage nine
It goes beyond tired, doesn’t it? It feels like exhaustion—physical and psychological. Perhaps you are not sleeping or eating well. Perhaps you have bouts of
*This article first appeared in the Teaching Professor on July 8, 2019. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. College student mental health is currently receiving a great
While attending a student success workshop a few years ago and gaining strategies to connect with students, I thought, “What about how hard I work
Tough times are no stranger to higher education—financial challenges, enrollment declines, mental health issues, and the erosion of tenure to name just a few. If