As every instructor knows, laboring through the school year is rewarding and, often, exhausting. Professors struggle to balance lesson planning, teaching, committee work, and advising, while still trying to eke out time for their own research. We can become so easily burned out, especially when we’ve been doing this job for years. The struggle is even more real in fall 2020, when COVID has upended all our usual routines and created so much anxiety for our students and ourselves. At a time like this, we need the counsel of sage, experienced mentors to help us navigate the academic life, and sometimes, that counsel can be found on a bookshelf. Join Katie Grubbs as she interviews Christina Bieber Lake about her new book, The Flourishing Teacher: Vocational Renewal for a Sacred Profession.


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