Oak Lane RLC
Stephen Henninger serves as Residential Learning Coordinator for the Oak Lane Community. In his role, Stephen is responsible for student learning in the 19 fraternity and sorority houses as well as day-to-day supervision, administration, and management of the Oak Lane community. With the Graduate Assistant for Fraternity and Sorority Housing, Stephen also co-supervises 18 house supervisors. Stephen serves as a liaison between Housing and Residence Life and Fraternity and Sorority Life. Additionally, Stephen works with the transfer student community, working to help transfer students new to Virginia Tech transition and be successful.
Prior to joining the Virginia Tech community, Stephen worked at Miami University in Oxford Ohio, serving as a Graduate Resident Director and working with second year students. Stephen chose to work in Student Affairs out of a love for supporting student learning through a strong co-curriculum rooted in student development theory. Outside of work, Stephen can be found reading a good book, listening to the latest podcast, hiking the various trails in Southwest Virginia, and relaxing with friends and family.
Stephen attended Michigan State University in East Lansing Michigan where he earned a B.A. in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy with a specialization in Political Economy. At Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Stephen earned a master of science in Student Affairs in Higher Education with a concentration in Student Affairs Leadership.
Stephen’s Favorite Aspiration for Student Learning is Commit to Unwavering Curiosity because he believes committing to curiosity is the foundation of being a lifelong learner and, ultimately, leads to becoming a better version of one’s self.
Deliberative – Intellection – Learner – Input – Context