COVID-19 Information

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Virtual Alumni Engagement

Welcome to La Salle University’s virtual alumni engagement space. Our goal is to provide you with the opportunity to stay connected to the Explorer community, wherever you are!

Browse through career resources, speaker series featuring industry leaders, faculty lectures, La Salle TV programming and more. Please check back frequently, as we will continue to update the content provided here.

Owning Your Career Series

May 19 at 5:00 p.m.  Owning Your Career: Non-Profit Board Leadership Workshop
Part 1.  Facilitated by Dr. Laura Otten, Director of La Salle University Non-Profit Center.  Register here!

June 2 at 5:00 p.m.  Owning Your Career: Non-Profit Board Leadership Workshop
Part 2.  Facilitated by Dr. Laura Otten, Director of La Salle University Non-Profit Center.  Register here!

Upcoming Alumni Engagement Speaker Series

June 8 at 9:00 a.m.  Taking Control of your Retirement: Defining and pursuing the life you want. Presented by: Jamie Debuque, MBA ’99, CPWA®, CRPC®, CPFA.  Register here!

June 15 at 4:00 p.m.  African Art:  Exhibiting Traditional Sculpture.  Presented by: Dr. Klare Scarborough, Director of the La Salle University Art Museum.  Q&A Discussion will be lead by: Miranda Clark-Binder, MA, Curator of Education and Public Programs.  Register here!

La Salle Alumni Virtual Book Club

In this online community, alumni connect with each other and enjoy books related to lifelong learning, social issues, literature, psychology, and other user-submitted ideas. There is no cost to participate – you just have to get a copy of the book to enjoy.

The book club will connect through a private online forum where people can discuss the current book and network with each other. The group will spend two months on each book, so you’ll have plenty of time to read. You can sign up and learn more here:  https://www.pbc.guru/lasalle.  The first selection is Educated by Tara Westover.

LinkedIn Webinar Series

 

This 3-part LinkedIn series includes:
The Power of LinkedIn,
Your Powerful Profile,
and Powering Your Job Search, along with bonus videos.

 

 

Previously Recorded Alumni Engagement Speaker Series

Please click on the links below to listen to past webinars.

Kids and the Kitchen: A Recipe for Success!  Facilitated by Kathy Wolper, ’78, founder of Kitchen Wizards.

The 15 Minute Master: How to Make Everything Better 15 Minutes at a Time. Facilitiated by Mary Fran Bontempo, ’81.

Surviving the Panini Press: Strategies for Balancing Remote Work and Homeschool presented by Jamie Longo, Ph.D., ’99

41st Annual Grimes/Burke Lecture: Psychopathology and Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) presented by Edna B. Foa, Ph.D.

La Salle Athletics

Follow La Salle Athletics on  Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for daily highlights, updates, daily polls, trivia, and Inside the L profiles.

La Salle Art Museum

Visit the La Salle University Art Museum from home!  Check out the entire art collection online.  Also, follow the Art Museum on Facebook and Instagram @lasalleuniversityartmuseum for daily highlights .  When you share or visit the collection online, use #museumfromhome and post a picture highlighting La Salle’s Art Museum.

La Salle TV

La Salle University’s educational access cable television channel 56 is produced by the students, staff, faculty, and alumni. La Salle TV airs programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through cable or Verizon Fios within the city of Philadelphia. The station provides the La Salle University community, the over 300,000 homes we reach, and our YouTube viewers with educational and entertaining programs.

COVID-19 Archive Project
We are inviting members of the La Salle community to contribute their personal experiences, photos, videos, etc. documenting how this pandemic has affected them. This includes students, staff, faculty, Christian Brothers, and alumni. Below is the link to the page on the archive’s website https://library.lasalle.edu/university-archives/COVID-19-Archive-Project