In this article we describe a case study analyzing how a Faculty-in-Residence program fosters student engagement. Using Cox & Orehovec’s typology to add granularity to the National Study on Student Engagement’s criteria for student engagement, we suggest best practices for the implementation of these in-situ faculty engagement programs.
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Mara, M., Mara, A. Finding an Analytic Frame for Faculty-Student Interaction within Faculty-in-Residence Programs. Innov High Educ 36, 71–82 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10755-010-9162-8