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Economics Professor David George Quoted

David George, Ph.D., professor of economics was quoted in a Feb. 3, 2014 article, “Minimum Wage Question May Be A Matter Of Image, Not Choice,” on mintweekly.com. You can read the article here.


Charles Gallagher Quoted in The Christian Science Monitor

Charles Gallagher Quoted in <em>The Christian Science Monitor</em>

Charles Gallagher, Ph.D., professor and Chair of La Salle’s Sociology and Criminal Justice Department, was quoted in the July 20, 2013 article, “Trayvon Martin Case: Polls Reveal Depth of Racial Divide” for The Christian Science Monitor. Read the article here.


Tom Blum Receives Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching

Tom Blum Receives Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching

  In recognition of his dedication to excellence in teaching, Thomas Blum, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics and computer science at La Salle University, was named the recipient of the 2013 Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching at the University’s recent Commencement ceremony. The award, created through a grant… Read more »


La Salle Student Film Screened at Cannes Film Festival

La Salle Student Film Screened at Cannes Film Festival

  The short film Empty Pages, written, produced, and directed by five 2013 La Salle communication graduates, Catherine Zini, Sean Gubitosi, Mike McCoy, Andrew Groy, and Dave Gryzbowski, was screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Last year, the film was the Best Story Award winner at Campus… Read more »


Curley, ’70, Receives La Salle Collegian Award

Curley, ’70, Receives La Salle Collegian Award

  Tom Curley, ’70, retired President of The Associated Press, was honored with the 2013 La Salle Collegian Award on April 13, 2013 in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments in journalism.


Dainton Appears on The Early Show

Marianne Dainton, Ph.D., recently appeared on CBS The Early Show. The interview was based on The Wall Street Journal article “Little White Lies Spouses Tell” which featured Dainton and her research.