Lessons for Faculty and Academic Leaders Learned From the Pandemic
Sponsor(s): Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to stretch faculty across a number of parameters, including teaching and mentoring across virtual platforms while providing additional support and guidance for students and staff. Faculty also continue to navigate their own challenging losses in research productivity while handling personal and family dynamics. However, these challenges are leading to the creation of many creative systems, effective management approaches and collaborative solutions that will have lasting impacts on the research and learning environment at Duke. Join colleagues and institutional leaders to discuss lessons and practices that emerged from the unique challenges collectively faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Type: WORKSHOP/SHORT COURSE, INFORMATION SESSION, and WEBCAST
Contact: Maggie Elliott