How can students get involved in our neighborhood?
- Take a leadership role in the neighborhood as a Resident Neighborhood Association (RNA) Ambassador, helping to guide social life and community governance.
- Represent our neighborhood as an Inter-Residence Council Liaison, providing university-wide influence on social events and campus improvements.
- Volunteer to help with neighborhood traditions such as the Chick’n Pick’n and Pumpkin Carve.
- Volunteer to tutor with the Burlington Housing Authority with other Danieley Center residents.
- Take part in building-wide and community-wide events.
Contact Detric Robinson for more information about these opportunities.
How can faculty and staff get involved in our neighborhood?
- Meet Danieley Center Neighborhood residents by attending community dinners, joining Sunday breakfasts in the flats, serving as a judge for the annual Chick’n Pick’n, participating in the annual Pumpkin Carve, leading a fitness-themed program in the PARC and enjoying neighborhood walks with students.
- Host an event (speaker, film, panel, etc.) based on your academic interests in our neighborhood lounge.
- Teach a residentially linked course (COR110, ENG110) in the neighborhood.
- Become a faculty affiliate to a flat and meet with students in the neighborhood.
- Advise a Living Learning Community in the neighborhood.
Contact Colin Donohue for more information about these opportunities.