Topic: Stress

Teachers Do Not Need Another Reason to Burn Out

Oct. 9, 2015
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Recent news that a gunman killed students and a professor at Umpqua Community College in southwestern Oregon is both shocking and disturbingly familiar in the United States. But aside from the needless violence and the debate about gun control laws, there is another, much less reported consequence of school shootings: teachers unwilling to enter or stay in the profession.

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Breathe, Eat Well to Reduce Stress

April 8, 2013
Breathe, Eat Well to Reduce Stress

Don't let stress bring you down. Swing by Stressfest on April 10 to learn stress management techniques from experts around campus and enjoy a moment of calm. Learn more.

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Exposure to Environmental Contaminants Today Can Influence Behavior Generations Later

May 22, 2012

Exposure to chemicals has the ability to influence behavior of offspring several generations after the initial exposure, according to a new study published by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and Washington State University.

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Leading Expert Releases Groundbreaking Book on Self Kindness, Mindfulness

April 19, 2011

The leading international expert on self-compassion, University of Texas at Austin educational psychologist Kristin Neff, has released a new book on how to reduce insecurity, anxiety and self-criticism and be kinder to yourself.

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Stressfest Offers "Virtual Cruise" Stress Relief at The University of Texas at Austin, April 8

March 31, 2009

Students, faculty and staff at The University of Texas at Austin will be able to take a "virtual cruise" for stress relief from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., April 8 at the university's Flawn Academic Center.

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