THE FACULTY PARENT
FACULTY PARENT BOOKSHELF:
Reading, watching, and/or listening that might be of interest to caregivers.
Kids need it for education. Families also need it for child care.
How should campuses change if the virus isn’t going away?
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If you, too, have found yourself wanting to speak your truth about faculty pandemic parenting, consider applying to join P3 Collaboratory’s Faculty Parent Task Force, which will be brainstorming ways to help support faculty parents.
You’ll also be glad to know that P3 is debuting Rutgers-Newark Faculty Parents, a forum and listserv where you can ask questions, and share experiences, news, ideas, and resources.
You can join any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by entering your email below.
PARENTING-RELATED RESOURCES & TOOLS
Newsletter with Resources for Rutgers Faculty Parents
Caregiving-Related Benefits at Rutgers (2021-2022)
Rutgers 4-H from Home
The Current is a Rutgers faculty newsletter that often contains resources for parents that are available to all Rutgers faculty (day care programs, child development resources, and summer camps, as well as pedagogy workshops, internal fellowships, and other opportunities.
More information available at
4‑H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills. The New Jersey 4‑H Youth Development Program offers everyone in grades K–13, the opportunity to explore countless opportunities in science, arts, foods, outdoor adventure, and more. View Rutgers 4-H's current remote offerings at