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Put Your Own Mask on First: Educators Providing Self-Care in Today’s Environment

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Institutions are hyperaware of their critical role in providing holistic support to students, often caring for their basic, emotional, and financial needs.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, attention to well-being and self-care has been a key focus in our new employment landscape. Often, institutions expect faculty and their leaders to provide support for students that goes beyond the classroom, while prioritizing care for faculty and educational professionals falls to the wayside.

This national conversation will bring together a panel of diverse faculty and higher education administrators for a lively and informative conversation that will provide practical advice on how to practice self-care in an environment that may not leave the space to prioritize well-being.

This conversation, sponsored by the ACUE Commons, will explore:

Learning Outcomes

After this webinar, you will:


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Adam Smith

Nationally Recognized Higher Education Expert


Anne Grey, Ed.D

College-wide Coordinator with the Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence Center

Portland Community College


Dr. Liz Johnson

Associate Dean in the Academic Effectiveness Team

Southern New Hampshire University


Dr. Walter Malone

Director of the Center for Academic Resources and Enrichment Services

University of Kentucky