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A toxic effect of ‘flying solo’ for teaching staff

Are you one of these people who finds themselves saying at a dinner party “At least there is a lot of autonomy in what I do…” when you talk about your teaching??

Think again. Research suggests that working in isolation might actually be harmful for your job satisfaction and well-being, especially if you are an ‘early career’ academic.

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Stanford study finds walking improves creativity

Richard Lam, a second year undergraduate student at Macquarie University, reflects on  a recent study of Stanford University

walkingStanford’s researchers have found that walking has the ability to increase a person’s creativity level by an average of 60%.

The study on the impact of walking and sitting towards a person’s creativity level has been carried out in a detail manner by Stanford researchers. Continue reading Stanford study finds walking improves creativity