College Halls: What a lovely opposite-of-MOOC idea

May 13, 2013 at 1:47 am 1 comment

Vanderbilt is developing the value of residential colleges and naming top faculty to direct those Halls.

College Halls at Vanderbilt continues the university’s commitment, which started with The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons for first-year students, to creating engaging living and learning communities. Faculty in residence serve as mentors and guide these academic learning environments, which are designed to make all students feel welcome to participate and contribute ideas and experiences at Vanderbilt.

Moore College and Warren College will open in fall 2014 to a combination of sophomores, juniors and seniors.

via Faculty directors named for new College Halls | News | Vanderbilt University.

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