Dr. Daniel Bartholomay and Ms. Anna Haga Selected for Faculty in Residence Program

Dr. Daniel Bartholomay, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Ms. Anna Haga, Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing, have been selected to participate in the third year of the Faculty in Residence (FIR) Program at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. 

Sponsored by Academic Affairs, Student Engagement and Success, Islander Housing, and the Center for Faculty Excellence, the program offers a unique opportunity for Islander faculty and administrators to reside in campus housing units and interact with students outside of the classroom experience. As Faculty in Residence during Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 semesters, Dr. Bartholomay and Ms. Haga will collaborate with Residence Life staff to provide programmatic initiatives, act as role models, refer residents to student success and support avenues as needed, and encourage students to take advantage of opportunities and events.

Dr. Bartholomay noted, “My goal is to guide students in nurturing their own communities, discovering their sense of purpose, and contributing to a dynamic environment where active participation and meaningful personal connections thrive.”

Ms. Haga expressed, “I have a genuine interest in encouraging students, listening to them, and mentoring them. I hope to instill self-care techniques and promote teamwork.”

Now Accepting Applications for FIR 2024-2025

The application period for the 2024-2025 academic year is open now through October 20, 2023. Please visit the Faculty in Residence portion of the CFE website for more details on qualification requirements, responsibilities, benefits, and the application process.

For more information, please contact Brittney Weise, Faculty Development Program Coordinator, at brittney.weise@tamucc.edu.