Coping with Pandemic Burnout: You Aren't Alone
Faculty burnout was a significant problem in higher education before COVID-19 arrived on the scene, but given the stress and uncertainty brought about by the pandemic, burnout among faculty, staff, and even students, is an epidemic of its own. In this workshop, we'll explore the facets and features of burnout in its clinical sense, discuss ways to talk about it with colleagues and administration, and consider strategies for coping in the coming semester.
This workshop is being conducted by Dr. Rebecca Pope-Ruark, Georgia Tech CTL and author of _Agile Faculty: Practical Strategies for Managing Research, Service, and Teaching_ (University of Chicago Press, 2017). RSVP below and a zoom link will be sent to you 24 hrs in advance of the event.
12 noon PST
January 19th, 2021
Keck Science Department (CMC/PIT/SCR)
TCCS (The Claremont Colleges Services, formerly "CUC")
Department / Field Group
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