Two years into the pandemic university staff at all levels have invested a lot of time and energy in transitioning to online teaching, supervision, and virtual work. YESS BSS surveyed early career researchers to learn more about their concerns. They suggest improvement could be made in offering support, reducing (or compensating for) teaching load, and considering career opportunities.
When the university suddenly had to close its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers managed to move their teaching online overnight, so students could continue their education. However, education now requires not only an online form but also new ideas to promote feelings of belonging and connectedness at the University.