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New Views On The Self And Society
Deborah J. Cohan, Ph.D.
Good and bad things will happen every year. A shift in perspective for 2020.
A professor's perspective on how to successfully manage email.
Ideas for slowing down and enjoying more.
Advice for pursuing the passion of writing while you have another job.
On being a public intellectual.
Rethinking how we teach and learn about diversity in the workplace.
The math of curious compassion.
Reflections on today's mass shooting at Walmart.
Signs of abuse and help for how to heal.
A professor responds to college parents' concerns.
A professor offers advice for college-bound families.
The one-night-stand of higher education.
Notes on the emotional life of the classroom.
What to see on campus if you're pressed for time.
How education benefits from teachers who practice good self-care.
How to make your online dating profile stand out.
Tips to help college students succeed at the end of the semester.
A 97-year-old woman, an infant, and the Tree of Life.
The challenges and gifts of sabbaticals.
Are there challenges to being in the dominant group?
The Case of Brett Kavanaugh
A professor's perspective on the epidemic of sexual assault on college campuses.
Snow days are fun and cozy, but anticipating hurricanes is emotionally exhausting.
How to help your homesick college kid.
Advice for parents with college-bound kids.
What every new and returning college student needs to know.
Strategies for educators.
How parents and college students can get along better during the long break.
Help for lonely college students during the summer.
One surefire way to recapture the romance.
Deborah J. Cohan, Ph.D., is a professor of sociology at the University of South Carolina-Beaufort where she teaches and writes about the intersections of the self and society.