Recent events surrounding the sad and tragic death of George Floyd have called to mind the ongoing need for efforts to promote peace, justice, and the sanctity of all human life, especially those who are most vulnerable. We join together as a community of education and faith in the Lasallian Catholic tradition to mourn the loss of Floyd and pray for the consolation of his family and friends, as well as for all affected in our community and beyond.
The sudden transition to remote work amid the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges. But with no clear deadline for the current situation in sight, employers should fear a different long-term risk: employee burnout. Harvard Business Review outlines what this risk could mean and shares tips to combat work from home burnout.
‘We can have a better life’: Public health alumnus recalls own American journey, works in fight against COVID-19
Okash Haybe ’19 arrived in the U.S. as a wide-eyed 18-year-old. Now, 15 years later, he is working among his Somali community members as a case investigator in the fight against COVID-19.
Eden Wales Freedman, Ph.D., will be the next vice provost for Faculties and Academic Affairs, beginning Monday, July 13. Dr. Wales Freedman, a published scholar, comes to us from Mount Mercy University in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she is a tenured associate professor and serves as director of Diversity Studies and chair of the Department of Communication, Literature, and the Arts.