Mays Imad’s Chronicle of Higher Education article: “How to Make Mental Health a Top Priority This Fall and Beyond” discusses key steps institutions can take to systematically and preemptively address student mental health and wellbeing.
Mays Imad’s writings on effective teaching in Inside Higher Education, including:
Some of Imad’s work on rethinking liberal arts education in STEM has been published in Change Magazine, including pieces on Reclaiming Liberal Arts (PDF) and Teaching Critical Thinking (PDF). And her piece on Reclaiming Beauty in STEM Education appeared in AAC&U’s Liberal Education.
Imad’s essay on Trauma-Informed Educational Development recently appeared in To Improve the Academy.
Her article “10 Leadership Strategies in Times of Uncertainty” appeared in Women in Higher Education, a version of which appeared in Dean & Provost.
Here, Mays discusses trauma-informed teaching and learning on episode 335 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Here, Mays discusses how trauma-informed pedagogy may translate inside Art History classrooms. The interview appears as part of a larger series, titled Hard Lessons: Trauma, Teaching, Art History, published in Art Journal Open.
Here, Mays discusses how to prepare for the fall 2021 return and what a pedagogy of caring and healing entails, on episode 52 of Inside Higher Ed’s The Key podcast.
Mays has also interviewed with Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. She discusses Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning on Episode 334 and on Episode 410, she invites educators to rethink our conception of and how we teaching Critical Thinking.