More than 7 million couples in the U.S. consider themselves to be in a long-distance relationship. Ninety-five percent of those couples live between 30 and 950 miles apart and visit one another once a week to once every four weeks.
These long-distance relationships have become extremely common in academia. Learn more at the next faculty brown-bag panel discussion on Tuesday, Feb. 18, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Spartan Room of the Thwing Center. Panelists will include Damaris Punales-Alpizar, assistant professor of modern languages and literature; Robert Miller, vice president for research; and Suzanne Rivera, associate vice president for research.