Oleg Goushcha and Shannon Tanghe
From September 21 to 23, 2018, more than 70 researchers representing 17 universities, two high schools, and five organizations from nine countries around the world gathered in Minneapolis at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota to share their research with more than 120 participants at the International Symposium on Lasallian Research. Keynote addresses were delivered by Brother Louis DeThomasis, Carmelita Quebengco, and Brother Cristhian Diaz; and these were followed by a number of large and small breakout sessions, some of which will be referenced in this paper.
Transformative Collaboration toward a Raised Awareness of Lasallian Research
Keywords: Collaboration; Lasallian; Research; Symposium
Shannon Tanghe is the Program Director of the Master of Arts in ESL (English as a Second Language) department at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Shannon spent sixteen years teaching in South Korea before joining Saint Mary’s in 2016.
Oleg Goushcha is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Manhattan College in New York. He received his master’s degree from University of California, Irvine in Aerospace Engineering and a doctorate degree from The City College of New York. His is teaching subjects related to and conducting research in the field of experimental fluid mechanics.