Provost Greg Dewey and Professor of Computer Science Seta Whitby have created a curriculum contest for which students will help the University of La Verne create a new four-year curriculum using existing courses.
A powerful position can have its pitfalls, which Colin Powell learned as the first African American to serve as Secretary of State. This was the story told in the play “The Agony of Colin Powell,” starring Lavelle Wilson, Friday and Saturday in Dailey Theatre.
Starting in fall 2012, incoming freshmen at the University will be place in “learning communities” or linked classes, as the University begins to implement changes with the goal of creating a “La Verne Experience” the supports students and distinguishes the University.
All the way from Norway, for one night only, the talented pianist Annabel Guaita performed Saturday at the Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College.
Jerome Garcia, associate professor of biology and University of La Verne alumnus, shared his experiences as a first generation college student in a recent interview.
Teri McMurty-Chubb, associate professor of law, gave her lecture, “Toward a Disciplinary Pedagogy for Legal Education” on Monday at the Faculty Lecture Series.
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles paid its respect and admiration to one of its most influential artists, Mike Kelley. On Feb. 18 MOCA opened its newest exhibit “A Tribute to Mike Kelley,” after his death on Feb 1.
What better way to discover the fascinating lives and habitat of birds than to see, touch and hear about it first hand. On Sunday the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Gardens hosted its Annual Family Bird Fest in Claremont.
Bill Cook, professor of English, discussed the research he gathered about the works of American fiction writer Nathaniel Hawthorne, and how Hawthorne contributed to the creation of the American short story, during his faculty lecture on Monday.