Faculty engage in an ongoing process of discovering, experimenting, evaluating, tweaking, discarding when necessary, and discovering anew.
Lasallian pedagogy culture creates the environment to be responsive to student needs within and beyond the classroom.
Our programs invite students to experience our community’s assets, as well as to witness, critically reflect upon, and respond to its challenges.
For the second time, La Salle University has earned the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, through the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Howard R. Swearer Center at Brown University.
Join Dr. Charles Fornaciari, Management and Leadership, in a discussion around how to get a SoTL project started, where to publish, and how to position the work within your larger portfolio.
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