Today's college level agricultural teacher and administrator is likely to face psychological or emotional stress related to workload, budget cuts, tenure concerns, student evaluations, time pressures, work relations with peers and perhaps personal relations concerns. Managing stress is a combined nutritional-psychological task. Understanding this relationship can help faculty and staff successfully cope with work and home environments.



stress, nutrition, workload, work relations, managing stress

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