Maria Shine Stewart

Maria Shine Stewart is a licensed professional counselor and adjunct lecturer in writing. She seeks to build bridges between the humanities and the social sciences focusing on writing across the lifespan, wellness, humor, the creative process and the prevention of burnout. “A Kinder Campus" explores human relations in the academy with anecdotal and research support for the idea that when we work kinder, we work better. Civility and collegiality count, so stock up and spread them around. Submit column ideas to mariashinestewart@gmail.com.

"If thou thinkest twice before thou speakest once, thou wilt speak twice the better for it."
--William Penn

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May 11, 2011
Despite warnings from friends, Maria Shine Stewart added a for-profit college to her adjunct teaching schedule. She shares her experiences.
December 20, 2010
To distract herself from the onslaught of grading, Maria Shine Stewart contemplates commas, dashes and lesser-known marks.
September 3, 2010
Maria Shine Stewart presents a paean to the adviser who, wordlessly, helps her navigate the world of professional writing.
April 6, 2010
Maria Shine Stewart reflects on her childhood dream of teaching. Today, she is a long-term instructor, fully committed ... to three colleges at once.
December 29, 2009
As you hone your course materials for the spring, Maria Shine Stewart offers 25 terms for new and returning faculty members to know.
July 10, 2009
Maria Shine Stewart planned to take advantage of slightly quieter summer days to clean house. She instead confronts her packrat tendencies.
December 16, 2008
Maria Shine Stewart reflects on her experiences -- including a little trauma -- on her personal flight with technology.

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