Faculty in Residence
The Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) are faculty members who are committed to students, involvement in the residential community, and learning that occurs outside the classroom. Faculty members and their families live in the residence halls and support the residential communities of East Campus, West Campus, and the Living-Learning Center (LLC).
Each FIR works closely with their respective Residential Programs team (Associate Director, Graduate Hall Director, Community Adviser, and Resident Advisers) to plan and host formal and informal educational programs, cultural excursions in the city, and community events on or off-campus. Students living in these communities have the opportunity to develop lasting and mentoring relationships with engaging faculty and their families. Each experience offered through the FIR program promotes community building, career exploration, and practice in lifelong and seamless learning.
Professor Harrist (East Campus)
Professor Roberts (West Campus)
Professor Kymissis (Living Learning Center)