Opening the world through Lasallian research

Opening the world through Lasallian research

Advancing the common good through research was at the core of the 2015 International Lasallian Research Symposium that recently drew more than 130 people from 30 institutions and nine countries to the Saint Mary’s University Twin Cities Campus. The Sept. 27-29 event was Saint Mary’s fourth annual Lasallian research symposium. Researchers, educators, administrators, and social service professionals came from Mexico, Italy, France, Palestine, Brazil, Colombia, the Philippines, Indonesia, and the United States to be part of symposium featuring three high-caliber keynote addresses, 35 breakout sessions (in the areas of educational innovation, environmental sustainability, and health/nutrition), eight collaborative round tables, as well as informal networking opportunities. Numerous Saint Mary’s professors attended and presented their research at the conference.

New statue honors De La Salle Christian Brothers

New statue honors De La Salle Christian Brothers

Wagnilds donate in memory of Brother Peter Clifford Bernie and Jan Wagnild were amazed at the number of Christian Brothers who attended the unveiling of the new statue in their honor on the Winona campus in June. CAPTION: Brother William, Jan and Bernie Wagnild posed...
Fall dedications honor Brothers

Fall dedications honor Brothers

  The new De La Salle Christian Brothers statue on the Winona campus plaza was dedicated during a brief ceremony on Oct. 4. CAPTION: Brother William greets benefactors of the De La Salle Christian Brothers statue, including Brian Thomas (class of 2013), Frances...
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