Dr. Parisa Saboori, Distinguished Lasallian Educator

At the Faculty Recognition Convocation that was held in the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers on April 23, 2019, Dr. Parisa Saboori, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, was recognized as the most recent of the Distinguished Lasallian Educators at Manhattan College.

 

"I am extremely happy," said her colleague and fellow Distinguished Lasallian Educator (2006-2007), Dr. Graham Walker, "to present Dr. Parisa Saboori as the newest Lasallian Scholar because she is a perfect example of a Lasallian educator and is the embodiment of the Twelve Virtues of a Teacher. However, even more than this, every aspect of Parisa’s life is a credit to Manhattan College, her profession, her faith, her family, and herself; and it is not difficult to find examples of her many virtues."

 

To know more about Parisa and her distinguished dedication to her students, their well-being, and their success as engineers and as persons, you may read the citation by clicking here.

 

Dr. Parisa Saboori joins the other 36 members of the faculty (since 1987-88), the 17 members of the staff (since 2003-04), and the 12 administrators (since 2007-08) who have been recognized as Distinguished Lasallians among us at Manhattan College. Click here to see the complete list of Distinquished Lasallians at Manhattan College.

 

TODAY,  you are invited to nominate faculty, staff, and administrators to be our Distinguished Lasallians for 2019-2020.  The Selection Committee welcomes your nominations before Wednesday, May 15 at 2:00pm. 

 

In the nomination form (click here for the nomination form), you are asked to share with the Selection Committee some examples of how the person you are nominating brings to life the Lasallian Hallmarks that inspire the Mission of Manhattan College. We are looking for nominations of people who

  • are committed to excellence
  • are generous with their time and talent
  • appreciate and honor other people's experiences, values, and beliefs
  • think critically as a person of faith
  • show that integrity matters
  • put faith into action
  • are trustworthy and ethical
  • demonstrate solidarity with the vulnerable
  • seek to alleviate the suffering of others.

Indivisa Manent!

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