Accepting contributions until the 1st of March, 2024.
The Cuvette accepts general contributions on a rolling basis and prioritizes contributions related to the season’s highlighted topic (more information below).
We seek contributions for an upcoming issue of The Cuvette, focusing on the challenges and consequences of workaholism in science education. We invite submissions critically examining the causes, impacts, and potential interventions for this pervasive issue. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
The glorification of excessive work hours and its impact on mental health, burnout, and personal relationships
The role of competition, tenure requirements, and financial incentives in promoting workaholism
Strategies for promoting work-life balance, limiting work hours, and fostering cooperative environments
The impact of workaholism on teaching and research effectiveness
Our goal is to create a collection of articles that inspire reflection, discussion, and positive change within the science education community. We welcome submissions from researchers, educators, and practitioners interested in addressing the systemic issues surrounding workaholism and its consequences. Please submit your abstracts or full papers for consideration by the 1st of March, 2024.
We look forward to your contributions and the opportunity to advance the conversation on this critical topic.