All faculty and staff are invited to participate in The Lasallian Literati book club, which will meet next on Wednesday, June 16.
To participate, simply create an account and join the group on Goodreads. This is a free app. It is very important that you create your login with your Saint Mary’s email address because there is restricted access to the reading group. Future communication will be provided through Goodreads. If you have any questions or difficulty creating a Goodreads account, contact Molly Bigelow at email@example.com.
May/June book selection
- Meeting date: Wednesday, June 16, at noon
- Facilitated by: Paul Kotz, Ph.D., professor, Ed.D. in Leadership, and Molly Bigelow, director of Rochester partnerships and enrollment counselor
- You will receive a Zoom invitation before the meeting.
The library will have a copy or two of the chosen books. If you are not aware, many public libraries use the app LIBBY which allows library cardholders access to ebooks and audiobooks.
More about the book club
The Lasallian book club was started nine years ago at the Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs (SGPP) in an effort to engage Lasallian pedagogical thinking with contemporary texts. As a part of our Strategic Initiative one, “Live Our Lasallian Catholic Heritage,” the SGPP subcommittee of the Lasallian Catholic Mission Advisory Council decided to expand the book club to include a bi-monthly format and an open invitation to the university community. The book selection for March/April was “The New Jim Crow” by Michelle Alexander.