by Lynn Moorman At this time of year, those inevitable questions from well-meaning friends and family arise. “What will you do on your time off?” “What do you do when your classes end?” Teaching students is the most visible of our responsibilities in the… Continue Reading “Exploration in the intersession: thoughts from a shackled geographer…”
Professor Leslie Kern is an associate professor and Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Mount Allison University. She is also an academic coach whose practice aims to help academics “reconnect to the meaning in their work, pursue balance, and find some joy along… Continue Reading “Making the Most of the Academic Summer: A Coach’s View”
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Join us on Zoom for an online Attitude Adjustment this Friday. 3:30 – 4:30pm – Travel Tales with Gerry Cross 4:30 – 6:30pm – AA with the Pre-Fab 4 and the Accidentals
“Even in times that you’d think would call for focused practicality, poetry is an answer to the questions of the day”- MRU Professor, Richard Harrison, reflects on the current situation.