Your Global Cultures FYE StaffGlobal Cultures: Bringing the World to Emory is supervised by Complex Director Steve Carriere, 13 Resident Advisors and 16 Sophomore Advisors in the Longstreet-Means residential complex.
Steve Carriere joined Emory University in the fall of 2010 from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville where he earned his Master of Science in College Student Personnel and worked in the Programs Abroad Office. His varied background, including experience in Residence Life, Freshman Orientation Programs, and diversity advocacy, are a valuable resource to the First Year at Emory (FYE) program. Steve also brings a wealth of knowledge related to inter-culturalism and international living from his time living/traveling abroad and working with study abroad students. Steve is incredibly excited to utilize his skills and experience to create a positive living and learning environment for Emory first year students and to bring the Global Cultures theme to life with the residents of Longstreet-Means Hall.
Resident Advisors are full-time, undergraduate students who – under the supervision and direction of the Area Director and Residence Hall Director – serve as educators, counselors, administrators, role models, friends, and team members for the residents of a floor or wing in a residence hall. The RA works to create and maintain a healthy environment for the academic and personal growth of the students within his/her assigned living unit.
2013-2014 Longstreet-Means RAs
Sophomore Advisors are volunteers, chosen for their leadership skills and enthusiasm, who assist first-year students in adjusting to college life. They are sophomores who live on freshmen floors and assist the RA and RHD in creating an atmosphere of community.
2013-2014 Longstreet-Means SAs