Dr. Margaret McGuinness - Called to Serve: A History of Nuns in America
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Margaret McGuinness, Vice President for Mission and Professor of Religion. Her book, Called to Serve: A History of Nuns in America (New York University Press, New York, NY) won the 2014 Catholic Press Association First Place Award for books in the History category. http://www.catholicpress.org/?page=2014AwardWinners
Graduate Academic Awardees
Please join us in congratulating the 2014 Graduate Academic Awardees
Psy.D. Program in Clinical Psychology
Ellen T. Veltri
Graduate Nursing Program
Victoria A. Lieb
Master of Public Health Program
Fernanda Da Silva
Speech-Language Pathology 5-year Program
Colleen P. Boyle
Speech-Language Pathology Program
Bilingual and Bicultural Studies Program
Central & Eastern European Studies Program
Anthony V. Rinna
Counseling and Family Therapy Master's Programs
Nicki Diana Hipps
Economic Crime Forensics
Judith M. Dunne
Graduate Education Program
Briana M. Bronstein
Graduate History Program
Jason M. Todd
Information Technology Leadership Program
Robert M. File
Master of Arts in English Program
Lauren E. Boyle
Professional & Business Communication
Michele D. Willmunder
Professional & Business Communication in Prague Program
Theology and Ministry Program
David J. Deradoorian
Human Capital Development Program
Norman F. Patterson
Congratulations Dr. Zane Robinson Wolf
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Zane Robinson Wolf, Dean Emerita and Professor, School of Nursing and Health Sciences, on the publication of her book, Exploring Rituals in Nursing: Joining Art and Science, by Springer Publishing Company, New York.
Congratulations Dr. Anthony Paul Smith
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Anthony Paul Smith, Assistant Professor of Religion, on the publication of his monograph entitled A Non-Philosophical Theory of Nature: Ecologies of Thought, published by Palgrave Macmillian.
PPA Student Multiculturalism Award
Alex Johnson (Psy.D. Program) recently received the PPA Student Multiculturalism Award. Alex has dedicated an impressive amount of time and energy to projects related to multiculturalism in the field of psychology, including La Salle's own annual Diversity Forum. Congrats, Alex!
Achievements by the History Master’s Students
From gaining acceptance into prestigious Ph.D. programs to securing positions with well-accredited museums and historical sites the students from the History Master’s program have been quite busy. Check out this list of all their recent accomplishments
School of Nursing and Health Sciences Summer 2013 Achivements
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences is more productive than ever! Check out this list of their recent accomplishments - congratulations SONHS!
Psy.D. Program Successfully Defended Dissertations for Spring 2013
La Salle’s Psy.D. program culminates in the defense of the doctoral candidate’s defense of their dissertation. Please join us in congratulating these 15 students who defended their dissertations in the Spring of 2013!
Recent CIS and ITL Capstones
Seven students from the CIS and ITL programs have recently completed their capstones and theses. Please join us in congratulating the following individuals!
Casey Griffin, A Comparative Look at Entity Framework Code First, MS CIS (May, 2013)
Reginald Parks, Cary Summers, Jr., Romona Harris, Consolidating IT Asset Management To Improve a K-12 Educational Environment, MS ITL (December 2012)
Patricia Coonelly, Anthony DiPoala, Thomas Stagliano Consumerization of IT, MS ITL, (December, 2012)
Graduate Education Capstone theses projects for spring 2013
Below is a list of the amazing work undertaken as part of the Graduate Education Capstone theses projects for Spring 2013:Master of Arts in Education, Carcilli, Alice, "How Music Aids the English Language Learner"
Master of Arts in Education, Cullimore, Zach, "How Our Focus on Standardized Testing is Skewing Educational Results"Master of Arts in Education with Certifications in Elementary and Special Education, Flad, Kurt, "Seventh Grade Environmental Science/Field Ecology Curriculum"
Master of Arts in Education, Laken, Brooke, "Is Writer's Workshop an Effective Writing Curriculum for First Grade Students?"
Master of Arts in Education, Mary Kay McGettigan, "Social Media & Alumni Relations: Using Facebook and Twitter to shape strategies for future alumni engagement"
Master of Arts in Education, Mosko, Suzanne, "Cyber Bullying Among Middle School Students: A proposed study.
Master of Arts in Education, Petrie, John, "Introduction to Business Essentials: A project-based learning approach
Master of Arts in Education with Certification in Secondary Education, Rodrique, Meggan, "Special Educators and Burnout"
Master of Arts in Education with Certifications in Elementary and Secondary Education, Tierney, Lisa, "Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and the Arts"