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Haiti Appeal

Following the earthquake in Haiti, a group of ULV faculty, administrators and staff formed a group, the Haiti Relief Committee. This committee asks people to donate at least $10 for a hygiene kit, which includes daily toiletries needed by Haitians. Please make all checks to “University of La Verne” and drop it off at the front desk of the Campus Center by March 19. An event to raise additional money will take place at 2 p.m. on March 29 in the Campus Center. The committee is exploring different ways to make this committment a long-term one. For more information,e-mail Debbie Roberts, campus minister, at droberts@laverne.edu.

Excellence in Teaching

The University of La Verne Excellence in Teaching Award is given by the Provost to recognize effective teaching. It is the greatest teaching honor that ULV gives. Recipients can be undergraduate or graduate (including law), full time or part time instructors, at the main campus or elsewhere. Nominations can be made by faculty, staff or students.Nominations are due for the 2010 awards in the Provost’s Office, Founders Hall 214, by April 5. To obtain a copy of the application criteria and a list of previous recipients, email Al Clark at aclark@laverne.edu.

OWL Applications

Orientation Week Leaders help with the Orientation week process and events. Applications are now available in the Office of Student Life and online at www.laverne.edu/students. The deadline for applications is noon on March 26.

—Kristen Campbell

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<h2>Haiti Appeal</h2> <h2>Haiti Appeal</h2>
Following the earthquake in Haiti, a group of ULV faculty, administrators and staff formed a group, the Haiti Relief Committee. This committee asks people to donate at least $10 for a hygiene kit, which includes daily toiletries needed by Haitians. Please make all checks to “University of La Verne” and drop it off at the front desk of the Campus Center by March 19. An event to raise additional money will take place at 2 p.m. on March 29 in the Campus Center. The committee is exploring different ways to make this committment a long-term one. For more information,e-mail Debbie Roberts, campus minister, at <a href="mailto: droberts@laverne.edu" >droberts@laverne.edu.</a> Following the earthquake in Haiti, a group of ULV faculty, administrators and staff formed a group, the Haiti Relief Committee. This committee asks people to donate at least $10 for a hygiene kit, which includes daily toiletries needed by Haitians. Please make all checks to “University of La Verne” and drop it off at the front desk of the Campus Center by March 19. An event to raise additional money will take place at 2 p.m. on March 29 in the Campus Center. The committee is exploring different ways to make this committment a long-term one. For more information,e-mail Debbie Roberts, campus minister, at <a href="mailto: droberts@laverne.edu" >droberts@laverne.edu.</a>
<h2>Excellence in Teaching</h2> <h2>Excellence in Teaching</h2>
The University of La Verne Excellence in Teaching Award is given by the Provost to recognize effective teaching. It is the greatest teaching honor that ULV gives. Recipients can be undergraduate or graduate (including law), full time or part time instructors, at the main campus or elsewhere. Nominations can be made by faculty, staff or students.Nominations are due for the 2010 awards in the Provost’s Office, Founders Hall 214, by April 5. To obtain a copy of the application criteria and a list of previous recipients, email Al Clark at <a href="mailto: aclark@laverne.edu" >aclark@laverne.edu</a>. The University of La Verne Excellence in Teaching Award is given by the Provost to recognize effective teaching. It is the greatest teaching honor that ULV gives. Recipients can be undergraduate or graduate (including law), full time or part time instructors, at the main campus or elsewhere. Nominations can be made by faculty, staff or students.Nominations are due for the 2010 awards in the Provost’s Office, Founders Hall 214, by April 5. To obtain a copy of the application criteria and a list of previous recipients, email Al Clark at <a href="mailto: aclark@laverne.edu" >aclark@laverne.edu</a>.
<h2>OWL Applications</h2> <h2>OWL Applications</h2>
Orientation Week Leaders help with the Orientation week process and events. Applications are now available in the Office of Student Life and online at <a href="http:// www.laverne.edu/students" target="_blank" >www.laverne.edu/ students</a>. The deadline for applications is noon on March 26.  Orientation Week Leaders help with the Orientation week process and events. Applications are now available in the Office of Student Life and online at www.laverne.edu/students. The deadline for applications is noon on March 26.
<p style="text-align: center"><em>—Kristen Campbell</em></p> <p style="text-align: center"><em>—Kristen Campbell</em></p>

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