Residential College: Brogdon and Beretta Hall Staff
Residential College Hall Staff 2019-2020: (left to right) back row: Cameron Campbell (Beretta RA), Stephanie Chapa (Brogdon RA), Brantyn Hugley (Graduate Assistant for Residential College), Isaiah Halliburton (Brogdon RA); second row: Kyle Grissom (Beretta RA), Madison Haynes (Brogdon RA), Kelsey Pirc (Brogdon RA), Logan Heckart (Brogdon RA); front row: Dr. Ted Ingwersen (Assistant Director for Residential Life & Education and interim Residence Director), Najha Marshall (Beretta RA), Cal Iven (Beretta RA), Dr. Kristen Farris (Faculty-in-Residence)
607 N. Edward Gary St.
San Marcos, TX 78666
Dr. Ingwersen's Biography
Over the course of his 22-year career in student housing, Dr. Ted Ingwersen has specialized in the development of living-learning communities and other academic initiatives designed with the ultimate success of every student in mind. He is a Bobcat, having earned three degrees from Texas State. He is a cat Dad and in his free time, he enjoys the Texas Gulf Coast as often as possible.
Dr. Farris' Biography
Dr. Kristen Farris is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Texas State University. She teaches courses in communication theory, research methods for studying communication, the dark side of communication, and instructional communication. Additionally, Dr. Farris serves as a faculty-in-residence for Residential College and teaches the fundamentals of human communication course (COMM 1310) in which many LLC students enroll. She and her husband, Marc, have a dog named Maggie who loves living on campus and getting to know the residents.