Have you ever had a magical moment on your campus -- when it almost vibrated with a higher frequency of kindness? Maria Shine Stewart revisits the moment that culminated in the birth of her column.
A Kinder Campus
As in Dickinson’s famous poem, we don’t generally stop for death. Maria Shine Stewart considers how empathy might ease the pain of loss on kinder campuses.
Might electronic devices -- if left to their own devices -- erode human communication? Maria Shine Stewart ponders.
Kinder campuses have kinder libraries, Maria Shine Stewart asserts.
Outside the perimeter of life’s expected stresses lies the potential for traumatic stress. Maria Shine Stewart reflects as an anniversary approaches.
Maria Shine Stewart examines what comedy class can teach instructors about what they do in their own classrooms.
Listen up, all you listless listeners: you may want to amplify your attending skills as a new academic year approaches. Maria Shine Stewart suggests why.
Ellen Spertus reviews the practical issues one needs to handle before leaving.
To thrive in this era, faculty members need to think about departments and disciplines in strategic ways that aren't taught in graduate school, writes Martin S. Edwards.
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