President Devorah Lieberman welcomes former President Steve Morgan to the podium, thanking him for his support of the University of La Verne College of Law.
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The University of La Verne chapter of the American Association of University Professors released a statement last week calling attention to the University’s increasing “corporatization” and the need for true shared governance between faculty and administration to improve the student experience.
After demonstrating strong character and activism over the past year, faculty and students from the University of La Verne, as well as community members, were honored at the third annual Spirit of La Verne Recognition Ceremony, Tuesday at the La Verne Church of the Brethren. Award recipients shared inspirational words of advocacy.
President Devorah Lieberman announced Monday that Beatriz Gonzalez was named chief diversity officer and vice provost.
University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman discussed the University’s achievements, challenges and upcoming plan to improve the academic climate during her State of the University address Wednesday in LaFetra Hall.
From crafts to 3D technology to synthetic biology, the La Verne community proved it has brilliant solutions for advancement and technology.
A March Department of Education report highlighted the University of La Verne as an exemplary school for low-income students. ULV joins other private institutions such as Converse College in South Carolina, Agnes Scott College in Georgia and the Sage Colleges in New York as private institutions that have more than 40 percent Pell Grant recipients, […]
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne hosted a town hall meeting Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium, giving students the opportunity to voice concerns and ask questions regarding the state of the University.
The cheers echoed across campus as admitted students strutted down the green carpet at Spotlight Weekend, a celebration of success at the University of La Verne, Saturday.
After almost four decades and more than $30 million, the College of Law this month received full accreditation from the American Bar Association, making it the only nationally accredited law school in the Inland Empire.