AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher EducationVOL 10, NO 2 (2019)
Section I: Original Scholarly and Creative Works
A Lasallian Educational Community in the Context of the Domestic Church
Daniel A. Gardner, FSC
De La Salle’s ‘Twelve Virtues of a Good Teacher’: Still Relevant Today?
William J. Merriman, Ph.D.
Catholic Universities: Why Bother with the Humanities?
John W. O’Malley, SJ
One Woman’s Lasallian Journey
Frances Kinder, Ph.D.
Living Out the Lasallian Values: Religious Educators’ Experiences in Lasallian Formation
Gladiolus M. Gatdula, Ph.D.
Turning Potential into Action-Research and Collaboration: A Report on the Eighth International Lasallian Research Symposium
Jack McClure, Ph.D., Juneseok Lee, Ph.D., and Sarah Wacker, Ph.D.
A Toolbox for Thinking about Vocations, Lasallian or Otherwise
George Van Grieken, FSC
My Co-Worker, Blessed James A. Miller, FSC (1944-1982)
Paul Joslin, FSC
A Celebration of Lasallian Association
Robert Schieler, FSC
Section II: Shared Knowledge Archive
That Strange Word: Lasallian
John Johnston, FSC
Section III: Annotations of Distinctive Works in Lasallian Higher Education
Holey, Linka. “From Covert to Overt Interpersonal Conflict: An Exploration of the Role of Cognitive Processes Used by Faculty in Liberal Arts Colleges.” PhD dissertation, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2012. 162pp.
Convey, FSC, Kevin. “A Comparison of Attitudes of Avowed Religious and Lay Teachers and Parents toward Avowed Religious and Lay Principals in the Christian Brothers High Schools of the Saint Louis District.” EdD dissertation, University of San Francisco, 1987. 159pp.