Antar Salim, D.B.A., Camela Steinke, Ph.D., and Parisa Saboori, Ph.D.
This is a summary of the keynote speakers and breakout sessions at the sixth International Symposium on Lasallian Research which was held September 24 – 26, 2017 at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s Minneapolis campus.
Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Lasallian Research
KEYWORDS: Lasallian; Pedagogy; Sustainability
Antar Salim, D.B.A.
Dr. Antar Salim is a core associate professor in the doctor of business administration program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He earned a DBA with an emphasis on management from Argosy University, a master’s of business administration from Southern Illinois University, and a bachelor’s in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan.
Camela M. Steinke, Ph.D.
Camela Steinke is the program assessment and effectiveness research specialist at LaSalle School in Albany, NY and an adjunct professor in the University at Albany’s School of Criminal Justice, the College of Saint Rose in Albany, the SUNY Plattsburgh, and Excelsior College. She earned a PhD in Criminal Justice from the University at Albany and a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Spanish from the University of Nevada, Reno.
Parisa Saboori, PhD.
Parisa Saboori is an associate professor in the mechanical engineering department at Manhattan College. She received her master’s and PhD in mechanical engineering from The City University of New York. Prior to earning her master’s and doctorate degrees, she received her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Bu Ali Sina University in Iran.