AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher EducationVOL 11, NO 2 (2020)
AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher Education exists to encourage and share original scholarly and creative works about, and texts of historic significance to, Lasallian Catholic Higher Education. AXIS is a free, open-access, electronic, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary periodical published twice per year. This site is designed to work with Firefox, Safari and Explorer browsers.
Section I: Original Scholarly and Creative Works
The Lasallian Mission: A Global Educational Network
Robert Schieler, FSC, EdD
Reflections on Five Core Principles That Help Guide Lasallian Education
Gregory Kopra, EdD
Burn the Ships and Gamble the Remains: A Call for Utopia and Hope
Carlos Gómez Restrepo, FSC, EdD
Lasallian Accompaniment and Lasallian Spritural Direction: A Proposal
Vincent Pelletier, FSC, MA, MEd
Lasallian Education Following the Footsteps of the Greats
James P. Burns, IVD, PhD, ABPP, and Micheal Hahn, PhD
Responding to Racism: A Lasallian Dialogue and Call to Action
Ernest Miller, FSC, DMin
Mission Critical for a Critical Mission
Tracy Adams, AFSC, MA
The Ethical Experiment in Radiation Therapy
Sara Silverstein, MED, Kayla Valentino, MPA RTT, Shawna BuShell, EdD, and Megan Dreher, BA
Let Us Bear Witness to the Reign of God: Reimagining Lasallian Education in the Name of Justice
Ernest J. Miller, FSC, DMin
Section II: Shared Knowledge Archive
Shared Mission Twenty-Seven Years Later
Gerard Rummery, FSC, PhD
Section III: Annotations of Distinctive Works in Lasallian Higher Education
Peter Ryan, FSC, “The Work Is Ours: Nurturing and Sustaining Charism in Catholic Schools in the Lasallian Tradition” DMin dissertation, Fordham University, 2019. 172 pp.
Anthony C. Behan III, “Lasallian Workplace Spirituality: Toward an Understanding of Meaningfulness, Belonging, and Person-Organization Fit of the Lasallian Workplace” EdD dissertation, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, 2018, 163 pp.
Christopher Fay, “Implementing Open-Education Resources in a Sustainable Manner: A Two-Case Study Using a Sustainability Model” EdD dissertation, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, 2019, 131 pp.
Phillip Anthony Pusateri, Herman Eric Clark, and Ann Goodwin, “Nativity Miguel Model Schools’ Leader Perceptions: A Study of the Challenges Encountered by Volunteer Teachers and the Strategies Used to Address These Challenges” EdD dissertation, Saint Louis University, 2014, 158 pp.
Gary Cannon, “The Perceived Influence of Lasallian Mission Formation Programs on Participants from the District of San Francisco New Orleans” EdD dissertation, University of San Francisco, 2016, 225 pp.