Faculty/Administrator in Residence Program
The Faculty/Administrator in Residence program allows students opportunities to connect classroom learning with outside-the-classroom learning. Our four FAIRs are faculty or administrators who live on campus in our residence halls and create opportunities for intentional, purposeful engagement with students in their environments as well as strive to develop community and further the goals of our Residential Learning Plan.
There are three Faculty/Administrator in Residence positions. Each has a set of expectations and responsibilities aimed at a specific audience on campus. The three positions are:
- Faculty/Administrator in Residence for the First-Year Experience – This faculty or administrator will live in Sohre Hall and work with the College’s first-year student population in Norelius, Sohre, and Pittman Halls.(See position description HERE). This position is held by Kate Knutson, Ph.D. Kate is an Associate Professor in Political Science and has previously served as a Head Resident.
- Faculty/Administrator in Residence for the Sophomore-Year Experience – This faculty or administrator will live in Sorensen Hall and will work mainly with residents of the Complex, Uhler, and Rundstrom Halls. (See position description HERE). This position is held by Jeff La Frenierre, Assistant Professor of Geography.
- Faculty/Administrator in Residence for the Junior and Senior-Year Experience – This faculty or administrator will work primarily with Southwest Hall and the College View, Chapel View and Arbor View apartment buildings to create a yearlong program to encourage reflection on the Gustavus experience and to assist Gusties with the transition from college to life beyond Gustavus. (See position description HERE). This position is held by Jocelyn Crist, the Interim Assistant Director of Residential Life.
For more information about the program, please contact our central office at 507-933-7529 or email email@example.com.