4 Ways STEM Instructors Can Beat Burnout and Manage Stress with Dr. Lisa Jaremka
For many computer science and engineering instructors, anxiety and stress are all too familiar feelings. To support our community of zyBooks instructors, we’re exploring the topic of mental health in STEM higher education and raising actionable strategies to help professors overcome burnout. With that in mind, we invited Dr. Lisa Jaremka, associate professor of social psychology for the University of Delaware, to share her mental health research and stress management strategies.
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Presenter: Lisa M. Jaremka, Ph.D.
Dr. Lisa Jaremka is an associate professor of psychological and brain sciences at the University of Delaware (UD), with expertise in social psychology and the physiological consequences of negative personal interactions. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Buffalo (State University of New York) and her doctorate in social psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. After postdoctoral work at Ohio State University, she worked at the Institute for Behavioral Research Medicine focusing on psychoneuroimmunology. She is the director of UD’s Close Relationships and Health Lab. Dr. Jaremka is a renowned speaker and author on rejection, impostor syndrome, and burnout in academia.