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Burned Out: How to Support the Faculty

Two years into the Covid-19 pandemic, faculty members are desperate for relief. Teaching is more difficult than ever, students are disengaged, many are struggling with mental-health concerns, and the global crises just keep coming.

How can higher-education institutions better support faculty members amid those challenges?

Join this virtual forum on August 24 to explore steps colleges can take to reduce stress, prevent burnout, and improve the teaching experience.

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