Faculty-In-Residence Program bridges the gap between campus living and learning. Created in 2008 by the Department of Housing and Residential Life, Faculty-in- Residence are charged with facilitating, strengthening, and expanding the relationship between students and faculty.
Audience(s): Student Life
Theme(s): Positive Campus Climate
- According to a 2011 study published in the Journal of College & University Student Housing, residence programs transform faculty into more polished educators with a deeper commitment to connecting classroom experiences to life in the real world.This specific learning experience offers a unique approach to meeting the needs of a diverse student community.
- Faculty members host 1-1 meetings with students, themed dinners, community building and career-focused events and activities to provide unique living-learning experience to students.