Coronavirus Response: Resources for Faculty

K. BlackshearFeatured resource: Personal Well-Being. As we navigate the challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, it remains particularly important to take care of our own emotional health. Kimberly Blackshear, Director of the Office of Student Returns and former Personal Assistance Services (PAS) Counselor, discusses the different dimensions of well-being and offers suggestions for maintaining well-being in short, themed video segments. Watch the video clips, and use our suggestion box to submit follow-up questions. Also see frequently asked questions and watch a related video, How Can Faculty Help Promote Well-Being in the Duke Community during the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Dear Duke Faculty,

As we all work to navigate the professional and personal challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis and how to continue to support students, staff and each other, the Office for Faculty Advancement has set up this page for Duke faculty to find resources, support and community. We will continue to update this page and welcome your feedback and suggestions on how best we can support you.

Abbas Benmamoun, Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement

New Resources

Duke’s Response to COVID-19

Teaching and Engaging Students Remotely

Conducting Research and Work Remotely

Wellness and Personal Support

Mental Health

Domestic Violence

Career Support and Advice

Arts and Culture

How You Can Help

Other Resources

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