Faculty The faculty members for the Master of Arts in Lasallian Studies program have earned doctorate or master's degrees. Faculty members are selected for their combination of educational and professional experience and expertise. William Mann, FSC, D.Min. President, Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies (507) 457-1503 email@example.com Raymond Blixt, FSC MA in LaSallian Studies - Adjunct Assistant Professor firstname.lastname@example.org Roxanne Eubank, Ed.D. Institute for LaSallian Studies, Director and EdD in Leadership, Core Professor (612) 728-5217 email@example.com + More Courses Taught: A Historical Understanding of Lasallian Pedagogy, A Contemporary Understanding of Lasallian Pedagogy, Lasallian Leadership, Leadership Communication, Leadership Theory, Theories of Adult Learning, Assessment Theory and Practice, Social Justice in a Global World, Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Higher Education, Development and Evaluation of Postsecondary Education Education: EDD, University of South Dakota, 1987 M.S.S., University of South Dakota, 1986 B.S., Iowa State University, 1981 Dr. Roxanne Eubank currently serves the university in two positions. She is a faculty member in the EDD in Leadership program and the Director of the Institute for Lasallian Studies. As an EDD faculty member, she has advised over 40 dissertations and taught numerous courses in the program. She serves on several SGPP and university wide committees. In her role as the Director of the Institute for Lasallian Studies, she works to increase the academic understanding of the mission and charism of the Lasallian family. To that end, she created two masters programs and several doctoral level courses focused on the Lasallian charism. She serves on a variety of district and regional committees. In addition, she directs two international programs: the International Association of Universities Leadership Program held in Rome, Italy and the International Symposium on Lasallian Research at Saint Mary’s University each year. She has presented at local, regional and international educational programs. Her research focuses are: adult student engagement, higher education assessment and the impact of women on the development of the Lasallian charism.