Coping with Faculty Stress

Coping with Faculty Stress

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“Dr. Gmelch follows a sensible, pragmatic sequence of presentation in this book…. This book would be a definite asset for all academic libraries. In fact, I would urge departmental chairs and deans to issue it to each graduate student completing their program and entering higher education and each new assistant professor joining the faculty.” --Academic Library Book Review Anxiety, frustration, and strain leading to stress and burnout. Who hasn't felt these pressures to some degree? Stress is a common feature of academic life--and not always a bad thing--according to education professor Walter H. Gmelch, who has studied faculty stress for 15 years. “Positive” stress can actually help make you a more productive scholar. But, how do we manage those little (and not so little) annoying ...

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