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Boston University Arts & Sciences
CAS News July 17, 2012
Honoring Our Faculty-in-Residence
As we reflect on the 2011–2012 academic year, CAS would like to join Residence Life in highlighting the Faculty-in-Residence Program and applauding the work of CAS faculty-in-residence Doug Kriner and Wayne Snyder.

Kriner serves as Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) in Myles Standish Hall at Lower Bay State Road while Snyder serves as FIR in Rich Hall at West Campus. In addition to living with students, our talented and capable FIRs plan events for students, offer tutoring in the comfort of student residences, and serve as resources on campus for students. FIRs are also role models and advocates for students in their communities.

This year’s FIRs have been particularly active. For example, in the fall semester the FIRs witnessed nearly 4,000 students in attendance at their open hours. FIRs sponsored karaoke contests, cooking seminars, blues music jams, and philosophical conversations among other events in our University’s student residences. Truly, the work FIRs do is an invaluable service to our students’ residential learning experience.
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For all matters regarding your alumni, please contact Associate Director of Alumni Relations Kirsten Lundeen at 617-358-5525 or Assistant Director of Alumni Relations Caitlan Nee at 617-358-6275.

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