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Creating a Work/Life Balance as a Faculty Member

Workshop Overview

This workshop explores the impossible, or seemingly impossible, concept: Work/Life Balance.  Faculty members are pulled in a dozen directions.  Classes, committees, research labs, grant projects, grad students and more can threaten to drown even the most resilient of us -- not to mention the lives we lead, or wish we led, off campus.  Homes, children, family, exercise ... sleep.  Is Work/Life Balance even possible in academia?  Be a part of the conversation as FSU professors/researchers Tamara Bertrand Jones and Amy M. Wetherby share their experiences and lessons learned.

Workshop Details

When: Monday, July 15, 2019 (10 - 11:30 AM)
Where: The Center for Global Engagement (The Globe) Room 2400 (map)



Tamara Bertrand Jones, PhD., Associate Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Florida State University.

Amy M. Wetherby, PhD., Distinguished Research Professor of Clinical Sciences, College of Medicine, Laurel Schendel Professor of Communication Disorders at Florida State University.


Please contact Evangeline Ciupek ( with any questions.