Washington, DC – Published three times a year, the Spring 2015 edition of De La Salle Today, created by Christian Brothers Conference, focuses on Lasallian research, throughout our Districts, Region, and worldwide Institute. We are proud of all of our Brothers and Partners who contribute tirelessly to the breadth and depth of knowledge that shares the history of our Institute, and the future practices that help to serve the ultimate goal of our Lasallian mission: a Christian and human education to the young, especially the poor.
We encourage you to view this Spring 2015 edition and explore the ways our Lasallian educators and ministries in DENA are shaping the future of our charism through their research and pedagogical work.
Page 30: Research in RELAN – Highlights of research projects at each of the Colleges and Universities, including La Salle University and Manhattan College
Page 33: Archives: Treasure Troves of Lasallian History, by Amy Surak, Archivist – Manhattan College
Page 37: Lasallian Volunteers by the Numbers: How Faith-Based Service Changes Lives, by Kenny Latta, Lasallian Volunteer ’10-’12 – La Salle Academy, NY
Page 41: Research in Youth and Family Services: Partnering to Develop a Tailored Practice, by Carissa Hahn – Highlights three of our Youth and Family Service ministries – OceanTides School, Tides Family Services, La Salle School for Boys
Pages 2-6: News and Appointments – Covers a number of our ministries and Lasallians in our District.