Two full-time jobs: Princeton’s parent-professors adjust to a new normal

From The Daily Princetonian: Completely booked schedules — typically filled with morning meetings, lectures, meals with colleagues, office hours, and guest appearances — have been replaced by days in which professors are confined in and work from their homes. This new normal, however, isn’t to say that professors’ responsibilities have suddenly disappeared. Most are working as hard as ever. Furthermore, a subset is confronting a unique challenge: balancing teaching, research continuity, and their children.