The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on day to day life and will likely contribute to some longer term changes—particularly in regards to working remotely, traveling less, and more classes behind held online. There is still so much that remains unknown, it can feel impossible to plan. For those considering what their career path will look like or how it might change, this can feel especially challenging.
Dr. Shamva Wright-Shingler
Dr. Shamva Wright-Shingler, Chairperson and Professor of The School of Health Professions, shares her insights on remote learning for our Faculty Spotlight.
CW Faculty share their insights on teaching remotely even adding a little humor. Hear from Noel D’Allacco, Chairperson and Professor of The School of Business.
This year has proved to be especially challenging for mental health as people have adjusted to working and going to school remotely while navigating intense fears and emotions along with shifts in responsibilities at home as well. Even as some parts of the country open up, many workplaces remain closed or are beginning to operate with staggered hours or lighter schedules.
While an informational interview is not a job interview, it’s a powerful way to get insight into whether a particular career path or job would be a good fit for you. They can also help you grow your network. While not a formal job interview, asking thoughtful questions during an informational interview can help you not only gain valuable insight, but also to make a positive impression, which can sometimes end up leading to a job offer further down the road.
The death of George Floyd, the events of this past week and the sustained violence of systemic racism in the United States compel me to write today.
We know this is a hard time. We care about our students. We are listening and we are here for you.
We are committed to justice, an end to racism and all forms of oppression so people everywhere can be free and live their fullest potential.
Black Lives Matter.
There are many benefits to working or attending school remotely, but fighting procrastination can be a challenge. Not surprisingly, simply telling yourself not too procrastinate won’t work. Instead, take a more structured approach to make it easier to stay on track and meet your deadlines without stressing yourself out or having to rush at the last minute.