Making Summer Work

Want to be productive and set smart goals for your break? Here’s how

Delcia Lopez for The Chronicle

Summer can be a productive time for night owls like Shervin Fatehi, an assistant professor of chemistry at the U. of Texas-Rio Grande Valley. "I’ll probably come in late morning at the earliest — noon is more realistic," Mr. Fatehi says.
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With the end of the academic year approaching, many faculty members are thinking about the few months that will follow and the promise of huge chunks of uninterrupted time to write and do research. In short, they’re dreaming of a summer of maximum...

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