How to Manage Stress as a Faculty Member During Uncertain Times

(Retired)

How to Manage Stress as a Faculty Member During Uncertain Times

(Retired)

Watch a webcast recording where our experts connect with the broader higher education community to share ideas and ask questions amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Overview

The COVID-19 crisis has put a great deal of strain on faculty members as they juggle already taxing schedules with a rapid transition to remote instruction. Managing a new style of teaching, disruptions to research and writing practices, and the realities of working from home have proved to be a herculean task for many.

Watch this webcast recording where we facilitate a conversation with Anita Kite, PhD, and Carina Vocisano, PhD, psychologists and faculty coaches for Academic Impressions. In this open discussion space with our coaches we shared strategies and practices on topics such as:

  • What is most essential when pivoting to remote learning and research?
  • How might you limit your engagement with outside stimuli stay focused?
  • What are your best practices for playing the “long game” and keeping perspective?
  • What are your best practices for playing the “long game” and keeping perspective?
  • How can you manage feelings of overwhelm and stress? In a time of constant communication, how can you avoid burnout?

Who should attend?

This session will primarily benefit faculty who are trying to develop strategies for managing the extra stress of working from home in these uncertain times.

 

If you are looking for a space to gain ideas and best practices around the current coronavirus crisis, we encourage you to check out our other webcasts in our COVID-19 Critical Response Discussion Series.

Why is this event retired?

At AI we want to always ensure that the best and most current trainings are available to members, and we regularly review our trainings to ensure that is the case.