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Werner discusses the education of inmates

Werner discusses the education of inmates

David Werner, associate professor of English, said he learned everything he knows about teaching from prison. He elaborated on this in his lecture titled “Lessons from Prison” which focused on why inmates should be educated – so they won’t return to prison after they are released.

Students support GMO food labeling proposition

Gabriela De La Cruz, Lanae Hernandez and other students in the master of public administration program had one reaction after watching “The Future for Food”: disbelief.

Cousteau champions environment

Cousteau champions environment

Celine Cousteau, the granddaughter of Jacques Cousteau and daughter of ocean explorer and filmmaker Jean-Michel Cousteau, presented “Substanability in the Age of Globalization,” a talk on campus last week in Morgan Auditorium.

Jordan presents research on state mental health regulations

Jordan presents research on state mental health regulations

Valerie Jordan, professor of psychology presented a summary of some of her research on the ambiguity and missing information between states about mental health services on Monday at the President’s Dinning Room as part of the faculty lecture series.

Middleton talks genetic diversion

Kevin Middleton, associate professor of biology at Cal State San Bernardino, presented three research topics to explain the working physiology of animals.

Students join contest to create degree plans

Students join contest to create degree plans

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.

Millennials: the next great generation?

Some University of La Verne students were getting ready to compete in a basketball game for charity recently. Their hope was to of raise money for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which benefited the National Kidney Foundation.

Program helps migrant teenagers

Program helps migrant teenagers

Adonay Montes, assistant professor of education, discussed how a new program is helping migrant Latino students overcome the social and academic challenges they face when starting school in America, Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Suspect still at large in Tuesday petty purse theft from Hoover

The La Verne Police Department is looking for the man suspected of stealing a purse from the Hoover Building at around 4 p.m. Tuesday.

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