Assistant Professor of Biology Todd Lorenz highlighted his students’ research work in sequencing bacteriophage genomes in his lecture, “Whole genome comparison of large collection of mycobacteriophages reveals a continuum of phage genetic diversity” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
As a newly hired teacher at Roynon Elementary School in La Verne, intervention teacher Alyssa Lopez is making a real impact on her students by using a program designed to help kids struggling in math.
Butter Café and Bakery in San Dimas offers an extensive menu and promotes high-quality food and coffee to the surrounding communities.
Holy Name of Mary Parish church in San Dimas hosted the environmental awareness event, “Caring for our common home” Sept. 24, to inform community members on the issue of global warming.
Students critically explored Buddhist teachings and methodologies at the first Souljourn of the semester Saturday at Fo Guang Shan Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple in Hacienda Heights.
The University continued to beef up its technology in the name of safety over the summer, switching to a new mobile safety app, as well as implementing more advanced radio communication between Campus Safety officers.
The Youth Mentoring Action Network held its fourth annual fundraiser to raise college scholarships for high school students Saturday at the Claremont Consortium.
Steve Sayles, professor emeritus of history, delivered his last lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room, after teaching at the University for 32 years.
The La Verne Police Department is now participating in a worldwide search and rescue program, Project Lifesaver International, which provides tracking bracelets for those with Alzheimer’s, autism, dementia and other cognitive disorders.
David Smith recently started working at the University of La Verne as the new dean of regional and online campuses, succeeding Stephen Lesniak, who previously held the position for nine years.