Addressing Burnout Takes More Than Faculty Development

The past two years have been traumatic due to COVID, social unrest, and widespread uncertainty, and 2022 is shaping up to be not much different. The overwhelming pressure caused by shifting course modalities at the drop of a hat, delaying research activities, dealing with student mental health issues as well as one’s own, and trying to function through the general stress of living through a global pandemic is enough to affect anyone’s well-being. Many if not most faculty are, simply put, burned out.

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