Submitted by Mick Steiner, email@example.com
I have some great news to share on behalf of Residence Life Academic Initiatives Team (AIT). Each year, residence halls and apartment communities have an opportunity to apply for various awards recognizing the efforts to promote learning in residence as well as faculty engagement outside the classroom. The awards are designed around Residence Life’s 4 Core Values: Community, Learning, Wellness, and Inclusion.
Dr. Witter was selected and recognized for the “Most Outstanding Faculty Program for Promoting Student Learning.” He presented a faculty dinner program called “Research and Roasts” where over 60 students attended and he talked about the practical application of research in everyday life, citing some of the projects he has worked on in the area. ATI was the only regional campus winner.
The faculty dinner series was sponsored by ATI Housing and planned by Resident Advisors Jacob Schott and Aaron Smith.