The professor is in, 24/7
By JEANNIE KEVER
In retrospect, Raul Ramos says his first eight years at the University of Houston were spent in "blissful ignorance."
"I didn't know how parking works, how the dining halls work, how financial aid works," said the associate professor of history. "Now I do."
Ramos, 43, is fully immersed in campus life, living in a dorm for the first time in more than two decades, along with his wife, Elizabeth Chiao, and their sons, Noe and Joaquin Ramos Chiao.
Even their dogs are there.
"It's not like we really need more on our plate right now," said Chiao, an infectious disease doctor at Baylor College of Medicine. "But it's a neat opportunity."