Daniel Burke, F.S.C., Ph.D.

The Quiet Man by John McCloskey, ’48 A quiet man has left us and he would have us live with inner peace and kindness all our lives advice he would live and give. In the midst of a very troubled world his actions were a “harbor light for the peace he longed for always may […]

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La Salle Students Catalyze Commercial Pathways for Biotech Innovations

What happens when you team up 15 undergraduate students with seasoned scientists developing specialized biomarkers at an elite biomedical research facility? The kind of cross-pollination that inspires a boatload of forward momentum. And that’s just what a novel new course called Life Sciences Innovation set out to do. The brainchild of David Zuzga, Ph.D., an […]

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A Game Changer Opens

On a brisk Jan. 19, doors opened to the new School of Business building at the intersection of Wister and Chew. Just before 8 a.m., the yawns of sleepy students turned into oohs and aahs as they filed into the sweeping atrium of one of the most technologically advanced business school buildings in the nation. […]

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Student-Athletes Drive Academic Success

At La Salle, it’s more than just a catchphrase. It’s a culture that permeates the entire University. Academic success is the number one priority for student-athletes, coaches, and administration and the data shows that La Salle does it as well as anyone in Division I athletics. La Salle student-athletes perform better than their peers in […]

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6 Questions with Michael Boyle

HOMETOWN: Philadelphia TITLE: Associate Professor of Political Science YEARS AT LA SALLE: Four as a student, six as a professor DEGREES: B.A., La Salle University M.Phil., University of Cambridge M.P.P., Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Ph.D., University of Cambridge 1. Tell me about the work and research you do. I predominantly work in the […]

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A Sense of Purpose

Peter Biar Ajak, ’07, is fulfilling his purpose: Once the war-torn country of South Sudan attains peace, he wants to guide the government toward sustained prosperity. You would be hard pressed to find another person better suited to take on such a monumental task. South Sudan gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, but the […]

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