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Other Mission Programming

The following programs are offered through the Office for Mission and promoted by the De La Salle Institute.


Mission Orientation

NO ONGOING COMMITMENT REQUIRED

Held quarterly for new staff and once per semester for new faculty, the Mission Orientation offers new members of the La Salle community an overview of the Lasallian Mission and Heritage in the context of their work. For more information on upcoming sessions, contact Br. Ernest Miller, FSC, VP for Mission.


Campos-Ricci Mission Seminar

NO ONGOING COMMITMENT REQUIRED

The Campos–Ricci Mission Seminars are a recurrent space for mission-informed professional development focused on Lasallian themes and concerns. The seminars are envisioned as periodic occasions open to all faculty, staff, administrators, and doctoral students for topical presentations and conversation. Seminar dates, topics, and leaders are announced each semester.

The Campos-Ricci Mission Seminars honor two dedicated Lasallian educators who created the Lasallian Partners Seminars that now bear their names: Brother Miguel Campos, FSC, S.T.D., and Ray Ricci, AFSC ’67.

Miguel A. Campos, FSC, S.T.D., is one of the foremost scholars on De La Salle’s legacy and Lasallian spirituality. A native of Guantanamo, Cuba, Br. Miguel has served on the faculty in many schools, colleges, and other centers of education including La Salle. From 2008-2014, he worked closely with Ray Ricci and Maggie McGuiness in the Office for Mission Integration. He has authored, edited, or co-edited multiple volumes, facilitated innumerable conferences and retreats around the world, on Lasallian heritage and spirituality, as well as in the field of religious education. From 2000-2007, he served in Rome on the Institute’s General Council.

Ray Ricci, AFSC ’67, is a witness to Lasallian association, imbued with the charism and mission inherited from De La Salle and his first Brothers. A native of Philadelphia, he began his professional and vocational itinerary at La Salle College as an Evening Division staff member, and in 1971, its Assistant Dean. After serving as Registrar and Director of Planning, he was appointed Vice President for Enrollment Services and completed his University ministry as the Assistant to the President for Mission Integration. In 2008, Ray was named a Distinguished Lasallian Educator, and in 2009, he became an Affiliated Brother of the Christian Schools (AFSC).


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