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Researchers at CHOP’s Center for Autism Research studied the level of talkativeness of youth with autism compared to neurotypical peers when speaking with partners of different engagement levels. A doctoral […]

To the University community: This morning, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) ended its indoor masking requirement in the city. PDPH cited decreased cases and COVID-19-related hospitalizations as rationale […]

Joshua Buch, Ph.D., will compete in the masters’ 100-meter dash at Penn Relays for the sixth time. For Joshua Buch, Ph.D., this was shaping up as just another tennis match. […]

If you’ve driven by or walked through campus, you might have noticed new signage that’s been installed outside Connelly Library near 20th Street and Olney Avenue. It’s the latest addition […]

To the University community: The Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) announced earlier this week that, based on increases in daily-case averages and hospitalizations, it will elevate the city to Level […]

To the University community: Spring is a time when we reflect on and observe the widespread renewal that’s happening around us. Perennial flowers and cherry blossoms begin to bloom. The […]

Building upon the current nursing curriculum, the University will educate students on the impact of climate change on human health.  La Salle University’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences joined […]

Angela Polec, Ed.D., will be honored at the publication’s May 19 award ceremony. La Salle University’s Vice President of Enrollment, Marketing, and Communications Angela Polec, Ed.D., has been tapped by […]

Quarterly Report as of March 31, 2022 La Salle University has received funding from the federal government for grants under the ARP as part of the Higher Education Emergency Relief […]

Fran Dunphy, ’70, a former La Salle University basketball player who went on to win more games than any other coach in Philadelphia Big 5 history, has been named the […]