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Apr 10 2020

The Breathing Room: What is “Work-Life Balance” During a Pandemic?

April 10, 2020

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Join us in the Breathing Room, a virtual place to unwind, heal, and find community.

April 10, 2020: What is "Work-Life Balance" During a Pandemic?

For many of us, recent stay-at-home orders have challenged our regular work and study schedules. Students, faculty, and staff are working to reconfigure their "offices" in studio apartments; parents are scrambling to care for their children while also meeting work demands; and we are all rebuilding our daily schedules in response to the changes--and anxieties--of living through a global pandemic. In this discussion, we will air our frustrations around work-life balance, celebrate successes, and brainstorm strategies for getting by--all the while rooting our conversation in what we know about gender, race, and class inequality and myths about "productivity."

Facilitated by Dr. Kelly Maginot, Assistant Director of Advocacy Services.

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Please send any questions or accommodation requests to We hope to provide CART live-captioning services during every session.



Ramona Gupta

Date posted

Apr 7, 2020

Date updated

Apr 7, 2020