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By Heather Walker Peterson

Heather Walker Peterson explores how the process of trying out new ideas in the classroom and with colleagues can help us to grow and flourish.

Academic life offers special challenges to spousal and family relationships. Receive the gift of sound advice and spiritual encouragement from these articles at The Well as you enter into a new school year.

Whether you are gearing up for a new stage in your career or returning for your umpteenth year of tenure, let these articles from The Well encourage you to pursue your calling to the best of your ability this September.

By Karen Hice Guzmán

As another academic year nears its end, I am grateful for the many wonderful faculty men and women who serve college students both inside and outside of the classroom day after day. The media is full of stories of those who abuse their position and privilege but usually silent about the many faculty who come to campus each day with the intention of working hard, researching well, and investing in the education of the students in their lecture halls and labs.

By Anne Pharr

Anne Pharr acknowledges the compassion fatigue that strikes the best teachers at the end of the semester.

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