The Faculty in Residence Experience is designed to enhance the life of residents in the residence halls and to support the academic mission of Ohio University by facilitating meaningful interactions among residents and faculty outside of the classroom. Faculty in Residence provide an opportunity for this type of interaction by facilitating programmatic opportunities with residential students, serving as a bridge for hall residents to the academic side of the University, and helping to reinforce healthy learning behaviors in residents, in an effort to cultivate a strong academic environment within the residence halls.
Mackinnon Hall Faculty In Residence
Assistant Professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism
Current Courses: Journalism 2311 (lecture); Journalism 2311 (lab); and Journalism 4700 (Spring Semester)
Journalism 2311 (lecture); Journalism 2311 (lab); and Journalism 4900 (Fall Semester)
Tanaka/Luchs Hall Faculty In Residence
Visiting Professor, School of Communication Studies
Current Courses: COMS 3601-Courtroom Rhetoric
COMS 4900-Special Topics-Media and Public Advocacy in the Civil Rights Movement. This class includes a bus tour of historic places in the Civil Rights Movement over spring break.
Biddle Hall Faculty in Residence
No current courses, previously taught Aviation Management.
Carr/Sowle Hall Faculty in Residence
Lecturer in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism
Current Courses: Precision Language, Business Reporting and Editing.
Read Hall Faculty in Residence
Visiting Professor of Spanish
Current Courses: SPAN 1110, SPAN 1120, and SPAN 2900