Housing and Dining Services
Laura Fox: Housing and Dining Services' Professor of the Year
By Glen Buickerood
Over the past few weeks, Housing and Dining Services collected 72 nominations for Professor of the Year. The department recognizes Laura Fox, assistant professor of chemistry, as its 2016-2017 winner. The Professor of the Year is selected for his or her student impact, teaching method, and influence on the individual student who submitted the nomination. Congratulations to all who were nominated!
View the complete list of nominees.
|Andrew Ricketts||Agriculture||Dr. A. Lorena Passarelli||Arts and Sciences|
|Cassandra Jones||Agriculture||Dr. Anna Marie Wytko||Arts and Sciences|
|Colby Mooreburg||Agriculture||Doctor Bruce Law||Arts and Sciences|
|David Krishock||Agriculture||Ryan Rafferty||Arts and Sciences|
|Dr. Jason Bergtold||Agriculture||Alina De La Mota-Peynado||Arts and Sciences|
|Dr. Joseph O Arata||Agriculture||JJ Brotton||Business Administration|
|Sajid Alavi||Agriculture||Olivia Law-DelRosso||Business Administration|
|Brian Briggeman||Agriculture||Brian Arthaud-Day||Business Administration|
|Dr. Randall K. Phebus||Agriculture||Laura Tietjen||Education|
|Chingakham Ranjit Singh||Arits||Lori Goodson||Education|
|Amelia Hicks||Arts and Sciences||Katie Loughmiller||Engineering|
|Brian McCarty||Arts and Sciences||Kevin Wanklyn||Engineering|
|Cameron Leader-Picone||Arts and Sciences||William Hageman||Engineering|
|Christer Aakeroy||Arts and Sciences||Dr. Genna Reeves--DeArmond||Human Ecology|
|Daniel Hoyt||Arts and Sciences||Dr. Kelly Welch||Human Ecology|
|Darren Epping||Arts and Sciences||James Storey||Human Ecology|
|David Littrell||Arts and Sciences||Katie Thompson-Laswell||Human Ecology|
|Debra Skidmore||Arts and Sciences||Mike Finnegan||Leadership Studies|
|Dr. Alicia Brunson||Arts and Sciences||Shannon Skelton||School of Music|
|Jessica Johnson||Arts and Sciences||Dr. Julie Yu-Oppenheim||School of Music|
|John Maginnis||Arts and Sciences||Dr. Brian Washburn||Physics|
|Kent Kerby||Arts and Sciences||Ashley Rhodes||Arts and Sciences|
|Matthew Weaver||Arts and Sciences||Jeffery Smith||Arts and Sciences|
|Todd Cochrane||Arts and Sciences||Russell Feldhausen||Engineering|
|Tom Hallaq||Arts and Sciences||Kevin Sauer||Human Ecology|
|Wayne Goins||Arts and Sciences||Dr. Douglas Dow||Arts and Sciences|
|Yasmin Patell||Arts and Sciences|
A new single room option is now available for 2017-2018
For the upcoming academic year, we will offer a limited number of our double residence hall rooms as singles. In other words, a "double as single" room is a traditional two-person room for only one person.
In order to live in one of these rooms, students must pay an additional fee for the right to guarantee that they will not get a roommate for the academic year. Note that even if you select this option, the policies on guests and visitation are still in place.
The additional per-semester cost will be $950 for rooms in Boyd, Goodnow, Haymaker, Marlatt, Moore and Putnam, and $1,050 for rooms in West Hall.
If you have already selected your room for next year but would like to consider changing to a double as a single room, please contact Housing and Dining Services at 785-532-6453 and speak with Kara.
There's still time to reserve many other spaces as well!
Rooms and apartments are still available to returning students for the 2017-18 academic year. We have spaces in all residence halls, and 3- and 4-bedroom units in Jardine Apartments.
You are sill able to reserve one of these spaces, however most new students will start selecting residence hall rooms next week. If you wish to live on campus and have a specific building or room in mind, we recommend reserving it this week by completing your application and contract, and selecting your room.
Check out the Choose Your Experience website for more information.