At some colleges, professors live in dorms, too


Though university websites trumpet faculty embedded in dorms, some students are wary, U.S. News reports. In 1827, Francis Wayland, then-president of Brown University, suspended the university’s medical program when the physicians on faculty refused to live on campus. Nearly two centuries later, faculty-in-residence programs have proliferated, and an online search yields dozens, if not hundreds, of university websites detailing programs that embed faculty in dorms…

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