Acting on the Essential

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Essentialism is a guide to being re-energized by sharpening our focus on what is essential, compelling and generative.

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The One with the Pivot

Rachel Yoho, PhD

“Pivot...pivaat... PIVAAAT!”  As Spring 2020 ended, the higher ed community closed the door on "The One with the [educational] Pivot."

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Finding Your Science Flow: Yoga Lessons to Increase Productivity

Rachel Bonami, PhD

Keep your focus while under fire: learn how to slow down to speed up by applying yogic philosophy to your professional life.

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What to Do When Your Plans Get Thrown Out the Window

Sarah Dobson

Now that the dust is beginning to settle on our new abnormal, here's how to create some structure and control.

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Working Parents: Emergency Supplies for 30 Minutes of Quiet

Helen Bird

At the intersection of Zoom conferences and melt downs are the glorious You Tubers who have valiantly posted hours of content.

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How to Host a Multidisciplinary, Near-Peer Work-in-Progress Group

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Work-in-progress groups (WIPs) convene members on a regular schedule for supportive critique of scholarly materials.

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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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Working at Home: Academics During the Plague Edition

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

It's time to do your weaponized bat experiments, people.

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Getting Stuff Done with Edge Accountability Groups

The Edge for Scholars

Share goals and support other early career faculty reach them through peer accountability. Local groups are now forming...

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The Thrills and Perils of Living on the Edge – Anxiety Edition

David Sacks, PhD

Doing everything right but still feeling anxious? You might suffer from “Hyper-Responsibility Disorder.”

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