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Clips

Taking Care

Published in The National Teaching and Learning Forum on Sept. 1, 2020: Treating each other with care, respect and understanding was more important than sticking to a previous schedule or assignments that no longer worked in remote classrooms.  

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Those Who Wander Are Sometimes Lost

Published in Women in Higher Education on Sept. 1, 2020: I can’t wander now. And I feel even more lost. I’ve lost the ability to be aimless. I’ve lost the capability to not entirely notice what’s around.

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The Pandemic’s Motherhood Penalty

Published in Women in Higher Education on July 29, 2020: Being a working mother comes with disadvantages because of bias and the structure of the workplace. Being a working mother during a pandemic is a disadvantage.

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Hope is Not Enough

Published in Women in Higher Education on June 30, 2020: We don’t achieve freedom for all by hoping it into existence; we have to make it happen.

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We All Have to Push the Van

Published in Women in Higher Education on June 9, 2020: Now, however, I’m thinking about this scene in Little Miss Sunshine differently. I’m stuck on the broken van and the Hoovers’ efforts to get it moving. They push and push and push. They have to work together or the van won’t move.  

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