Zac Saeva, assistant director of the Career and Professional Development Center, has received the Living Learning Partner of the Year award presented by the Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining.
Participants are nominated by student staff in the OHRLD.
Julene Pinto-Dyczewski, training and leadership development specialist, said, "Living-Learning
enhance students’ personal development and contribute to their
“In addition, they are an essential element of
development model,” Pinto-Dyczewski said. “Our Living-Learning Partners are faculty and
who work tirelessly to enhance our LLCs on top of their academic
administrative duties. They assist with programming and other
our halls; our residential communities benefits from their
collaboration, and support. Our students are fortunate to live in
intentional and conscientious communities.”