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Language about “returning to normal” or “returning to pre-COVID conditions” ignores the reality that, for many of us, such returns are simply not possible, write Brandy L. Simula and Kate Willink.

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July 28, 2021
With the Delta variant circulating and my Florida campus returning to pre-pandemic operations, I’m concerned about the challenges yet to come and remaining resilient, says Christine I. Kugelmann.
July 27, 2021
While academe helped create the theoretical groundswell that mainstreamed inequity as a problem, it must now ready the next crop of Ph.D.s to lead the social-change charge, Yulia Chuvileva and Sarah Lyon argue.
July 26, 2021
Career development is a lifelong do-it-yourself project that, like home maintenance, can be a chore or a pleasure, depending on how you approach it, writes Victoria McGovern.
July 23, 2021
As professional educators, doing so provides opportunities not only to increase our knowledge but also to improve our judgment, writes Robert DiYanni.
July 22, 2021
Frances Altvater shares what she’s learned as an academic administrator and how it has uncovered new skills of empathy, adaptability and resilience.

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