McElvaney and Ware Commons have received new Faculties- in Residence
“I know for sure that at least two residents who have had lives saved by my dogs,” said Batenburg. She paused for a second, hesitant to speak more. “Humans can judge you while dogs just listen.”
When Professor Dr. Rita Kirk takes an evening stroll with Sir Emerson of Eaton in the SMU quad, students tend to walk a little straighter on their way back to … Read More
Robert Krout, announced as one of 11 Faculty-in-Residence, shared his plans for community experience on a number of levels.
Next fall, 11 faculty members and their families will become the newest hall mates in the Residential Commons creating a friendlier family atmosphere.