In celebration of Teachers’ Month and Teachers’ Day, we talked to some of our beloved Lasallian educators and asked about their learnings and motivations.

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“To touch the hearts of your students is the greatest miracle you can perform.” — St. John Baptist De La Salle
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National Scientist Dr. Ed Gomez was inspired by his high school teacher, Br. Alfred Shields FSC
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Dr. Esperanza Cabrera (right) credits her mother (left) as one of her main influences in teaching. Dr. Cabrera is well-known for her research on microbial drug resistance and its impact on Philippine healthcare.
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DLSU University Fellow Dr. Wilfredo Licuanan always makes it a point to teach students about how to better care for our coral reefs.
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Fondly known by the Lasallian community as the “owner of DLSU,” University Fellow Dr. Tereso Tullao is also known for teaching economics in Filipino.
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Dr. Gerardo Largoza is the university’s Director for Quality Assurance. One of his most challenging projects to date is preparing the university for the THE World University Rankings.
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Engr. Isidro Marfori III (right) is known for working on the micro hydro project and for his contribution to the solar car team.

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