Do Life

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

I despise the term “work-life balance.” The semantics evoke work and life as opposing forces locked in conflict – the bobbing bar of a doomed tightrope walker, a teeter-totter whose fulcrum …

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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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You ARE an Impostor. Six Life Altering Steps to Fix That.

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Impostor Syndrome. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s the nagging to overwhelming feeling that you are not as you seem. You’re an impersonator, imitator…you are …

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Emotional Connecting while Social Distancing

David Sacks, PhD

Lessons from providing therapy during COVID-19.

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Would you work for a racist?

Same Place Different Location, PhD

". . . most people affected don’t speak up . . ."    

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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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Summer Reading: What's Popular in the Edge Library

The Edge for Scholars

Here's what's been flying off the shelves of our "analog library" of career development books.

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Building Resiliency with Hypnosis and Mindfulness

Lindsey McKernan, PhD, MPH

“Stressed?” Of course. In fact, it would probably be a little concerning if you were not stressed at this point. Let's talk about skills to build resilience.

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Think You’re an Imposter? Here’s How to Know for Sure

David Sacks, PhD

Many scholars fear that they don’t belong. There’s a surefire way to know if you’re really an imposter.

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Welcome to class, I'm Alana and I'm Queer.

Alana Berry

It felt really liberating, but more than liberating myself, I hoped that my students felt that no matter their identity they felt safe acknowledging them in my class. I want …

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