A Romp Through History
The New York Times, Oct. 23, 2020
Our state constitutions show that progress is not linear
COVID and Faculty Burnout
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 2020
‘Mental exhaustion and radical self-doubt.’
When Only One Spouse Retires
November 20, 2020
When one spouse retires and one doesn’t, chaos (and annoyance) can ensue
A Year Unlike Any Other
The New York Times, Oct. 14, 2020
This year has walloped education as schools have scrambled to teach students remotely, yet some schools and colleges have been amazingly creative in responding.
Long-Term Care Insurance
September 17, 2020
What should you look for in long-term care insurance if you want to age at home?
Why an Elder Care Attorney?
September 15, 2020
What do elder care attorneys do and why might you need one?
Back to School
September 2, 2020
The joys and challenges of returning to school later in life.
The Sandwich Generation
August 26, 2020
It’s never easy juggling caregiving for two generations, but try doing it during a pandemic.
August 26, 2020
Do you hover too much over your elderly parents at the risk of infantilizing them?
What I’ve Learned – and Haven’t – About Mindsets
It stands for Sustainability Index – a tool to help zoos better manage their collections.
Great Jobs for Retirees
June 3, 2020
Want to help others your age learn online tools? Want to work at a resort? There’s lots of unexpected opportunities out there.
Participating in a Clinical Trial
Colleges and Title IX: A Special Report
The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 2020
The Chronicle surveyed colleges and universities on the challenges they face with Title IX. There are a lot.
Communities, not just species, need to be the focus of conservation efforts.