The COVID-19 Pandemic has disrupted nearly all aspects of daily life, for educators, administrators, and their students. In these short video clips, CTC team members describe how they are navigating these difficult moments of transition and uncertainty.
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CTC Director of Research Sara Woodruff, Ph.D. introduces this video series and describes how managers can adjust leadership and messaging during this time.
Christine Logel, Ph.D., CTC Co-Founder and Head of Research Strategy, explains the importance of maintaining social connection and belonging while implementing social distancing.
CTC Principal Investigator Katie Boucher, Ph.D. describes how she strives to foster belonging and growth in the classroom during the unexpected transition to online learning.
Mary Murphy, Ph.D., CTC Co-Founder and Principal Investigator, shares some tips on how faculty can support those students, graduate students, post-doctoral students, and early career scholars whose plans have been most disrupted by this COVID-19 crisis.