Feeling Powerless in the Age of Covid (Part I)

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

The Covid pandemic brings out feelings of powerlessness in all of us. Here's why and what (part 2) you can do about it.

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Just Breathe: Mindfulness Apps

Scott Gubala, MA, Arts Education

A source of tranquility in the palm of your hand.

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The Uncertainty of Research: Reality Check

Chevis Shannon, DPH

For many of us, the Covid-19 work environment we have been thrust into is one of instability and uncertainty.  In reflecting on all this uncertainty, I can’t help but …

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Maintaining Well-Being: Graduate Student Version

Kelsea Best

Practice distant socializing and stay connected with those who are important to you.

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Working Parents During Coronavirus: Staying Productive & Patient

Helen Bird

Tips for parenting & working from home. If all else fails: adopt a cat, buy lots of chocolate, and turn the TV.

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Job Search: Interviewing from the Waist Up

Ashley Hood, PhD

Whether interviewing or being interviewed, odds are you are about to be a video star.  We've rounded up the most practical and clear advice.

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Relief from Social Distancing

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Seven ideas for getting relief from social distancing.

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How a Flyer Changed Our Lives

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

One family's experience taking action to get help and reduce stress on the home front.

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2018 Gifts to Inspire Future Scientists

Helen Bird

Attention Academic Parents: You’re two finals and one faculty meeting away from the big guy getting stuck in the chimney.

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Exercise Is Still Possible With A Stacked Schedule

Jennifer Ranking

Making time for your exercise means you’ll find it easier to keep up with.

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