Faculty in Residence
The central mission of university life is fostering the practice of creative and critical inquiry, using methods that are artistic, humanistic, scientific, social-scientific, quantitative and culturally aware. Faculty in Residence serve to model these valuable practices in the George Washington University residence halls, and work to facilitate student interaction with others who do the same.
Faculty in residence spend time with students in casual environments outside of the classroom, often leading trips and activities around the nation’s capital.
Two Honors Program faculty members are currently involved in the University’s Faculty in Residence program. Professor Mark Ralkowski lives on the Mount Vernon Campus, and Professor Theo Christov lives on the Foggy Bottom Campus.