Mimi Benjamin, assistant professor in the Student Affairs in
Higher Education Department, presented "An Evidence-Based Best
Practices Model for Living-Learning Communities" at the
Association of College and University Housing
Officers–International Academic Initiatives conference
in Atlanta, Georgia, October 28–30, 2017.
Benjamin's presentation was based on a forthcoming
living-learning communities book, Living-Learning
Communities that Work: A Research-Based Model for Design,
Delivery, and Assessment, for which she is a co-author. The book is scheduled to be published in spring 2018.
The ACUHO-I Academic
Initiatives Conference focuses on creating and fostering the
student affairs-academic affairs partnership, and transforming
residential environments to engage the students who live and
learn in campus communities. Participants will learn how to
best engage students and faculty to create the best possible
environments for success.
For more information about the presentation, please e-mail
Benjamin at firstname.lastname@example.org.