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The Warren Ashby Residential College at Mary Foust Hall, Greensboro, NC. 816 likes · 2 talking about this · 1 was here. The Warren Ashby Residential...
D. (1947) degrees from Yale University. Following graduation, Ashby taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1947-1949, then joined the faculty of Woman’s College (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro) where he taught philosophy until his retirement in 1983. Ashby, who specialized in western ethics, originated and served as head of the Department of Philosophy for twenty years. In 1970 he founded a residential college on the campus, later named Warren Ashby Residential College.
 The university's academic schools and programs include the College of Arts & Sciences, the Joseph M. Bryan School of Business & Economics, the School of Education, the School of Health and Human Sciences, the Joint School of Nanoscience & Nanoengineering (one of the first such schools in the nation), the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, the School of Nursing, Continual Learning, Graduate School, Warren Ashby Residential College.
Warren Ashby Residential College University Teaching & Learning Commons 124 Mary Foust Hall 336-334-5915 http://utlc. uncg.
The Warren Ashby Residential College at Mary Foust Hall (abbreviated WARC) is a living-learning community located on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The college is made up of about 120 students who apply to the program in their senior year of high school. Residents of Mary Foust are typically called "Fousters" by those residing outside of the dormitory. Often times there is a rivalry, of sorts, between Mary Foust and South Spencer, due to both of them being residential programs.