Semester Rhythms and Recurring Burnout

“It’s April, the time of end-of-the-year exhaustion when daily demands have worn down students, faculty and staff members alike, leaving everyone overextended and on edge. Tensions erupt: students leave conferences crying, faculty meetings devolve into fighting and tense hallway interactions echo the strain of multiplying emails …” (more)

[Beth Godbee, Inside Higher Ed, 25 April]

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