The Faculty-in-Residence (FiR) Program houses professors in first-year residence halls on East Campus to encourage interaction between faculty members and undergraduate students beyond the classroom or lab.  The FiR program affords a broad range of informal and structured opportunities for participating faculty to draw freely on their vocational and professional interests and seek common ground with students in the residential setting.


Meet the current Faculty-in-Residence! 

We have twelve Faculty-in-Residence (FiR) who reside on East Campus. Each FiR has one or more residence halls assigned to them for the academic year.

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ALSPAUGH

Kisha Daniels, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Education

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BASSETT

Nicole Barnes, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of History
 

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BELL TOWER

Cecilia Marquez, Ph.D.
Hunt Family Assistant Professor of History

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BLACKWELL

Sandra Valnes Quammen
Senior Lecturer of Romance Studies
 

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BROWN

Johann Montozzi-Wood, MFA
Assistant Professor of the Practice of Theater Studies

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GILBERT-ADDOMS

Greg Victory
Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs and Fannie Mitchell Executive Director, Duke Career Center

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PEGRAM

Nikki Lane, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies

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RANDOLPH

Len White, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Neurology

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SOUTHGATE

Candis Watts Smith, Ph.D.
Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education and Professor of Political Science

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GILES and WEST

Anne-Gaelle Saliot, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Romance Studies
 

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TRINITY

Gregory Russell Samenez-Larkin, Ph.D.
Jack H. Neely Associate Professor

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WILSON and EAST

Nima Bassiri, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Literature

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