Working remotely has created a new work situation for many employees used to an in-person environment. Many benefits of an in-person setting go unnoticed, until they were recently removed due to the COVID-19 pandemic sending employees into a remote work environment. Our daily check-ins with colleagues, walks across campus, coffee runs, and popping into the office next door are no longer available. Many employees are continuing work in their own homes, alone or with partners and/or children, sitting and staring at a screen for 8+ hours a day with minimal human contact. The impact of this can lead to increased levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. Join Julie States, licensed psychologist and assistant teaching professor of Biobehavioral Health, where she will address these concerns adn offer 10 tips for self-care and maintaining mental health during COVID-19.