Jack McClure, Ph.D., Juneseok Lee Ph.D., and Sarah Wacker, Ph.D.
This report of the International Lasallian Research Symposium of 2019 provides a rich summary of keynote presentations, breakout sessions, and roundtable discussions. The numerous breakout sessions covered topics concerned with the environment, sustainability, health sciences, and education and innovation.
Full Text: Turning Potential into Action Research and Collaboration A Report of the Eighth Annual International Lasallian Research Symposium
Keywords: Research, Lasallian higher education, Sustainability, Collaboration
Jack McClure, Ph.D.
Jack McClure is the Program Director of the Ed.D. program and Associate Professor at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He has been with Saint Mary’s for more than 13 years serving as faculty and in an administrative capacity. He has a B.F.A. from Drake, an M.S. from University of Wisconsin Stout and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in Adult Education- Human Resource Development.
Juneseok Lee, Ph.D.
Juneseok Lee is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering. Dr. Lee, who has a Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering from Virginia Tech, is a registered professional engineer of civil engineering in the state of California and board-certified diplomate, water resources engineer (D.WRE) from the American Academy of Water Resources Engineer.
Sarah Wacker, Ph.D.
Sarah Wacker joined Manhattan College two years ago as an assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry. She received her B.S. in biochemistry and molecular biology from the University of Richmond and earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Rockefeller University.