This case study is centered on two faculty-in-residence: one pursuing tenure and raising a young child while living in the residence halls and one an established professor and associate dean raising two teens while living in the residence halls. This case study offers two unique perspectives of faculty-in-residence at various stages in their career, living in residence with their students, working closely with students outside a typical classroom, all while managing professional and familial obligations.
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Humphrey, Michael; Callahan, Janet; and Harrison, Geoff. (2015). "Living with Students: Lessons Learned While Pursuing Tenure, Administration, and Raising a Family". Work, 52(3), 497-501. http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/WOR-152197