Huether Lasallian Conference
The Huether Conference began in 1972 as an informal discussion on educational matters among seventeen Christian Brother administrators.
The Huether Conference has now become a significant education conference drawing over 200 participants annually from the United States, Canada, and abroad.
Organized annually around a particular educational theme, the conference includes prominent guest speakers, workshop sessions, exhibits from Lasallian enterprises and institutions, prayer, liturgy, and an awards’ banquet – all directed to a deeper understanding of the 300-year Lasallian tradition.
A prominent feature of the Huether Conference is the presentation of the Distinguished Lasallian Educator Award at the closing banquet. Established in 1989, this annual award honors an educator in each of the Districts who exemplifies the ideals of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, Patron of Teachers.
For more information, contact Carole Swain, Dean for Mission and Faculty Development
[email protected] (925) 631-4695