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The associate professor of management sits down to talk about his five academic degrees, how he feels about economic predictors and what it is like being the only one of his family living in the United States.
Paul Alvarez has been an athletic trainer and professor at the University of La Verne for 24 years. He is currently the chairman of the Movement and Sports Science Department. He sat down to discuss his experience at the 2010 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia, and his time at La Verne.
As assistant professor of theater arts, Sean Dillon has devoted most of his professional life to educating the next generation of actors and project managers. In a sit-down interview, he discusses how he got into theater education, why he enjoys collaboration and the importance of enjoyable work environments.
As professor of education and director of teacher education at the University of La Verne, Peggy Redman has devoted most of her professional life to educating the next generation of teachers in America.
Ahmed Ispahani, professor of business administration and economics, recently celebrated 40 years at the University of La Verne. He sat down to discuss terrorism, economics, and who he admires most.
While relaxing in his homely office, Steven Kent sits down to talk about how he ended up in the world of theater, his undying love for Croatia and why he thinks the University of La Verne tops the rest of college theater.
Professor of English William A. Cook has published numerous books and articles on Middle Eastern issues and social justice around the world while remaining a devoted professor at the University of La Verne.
Janis Dietz, professor of business administration at the University of La Verne, offers her thoughts on cheating, graduating and national security.
Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, has been on sabbatical since February. Although being a professor includes a lot of work, she keeps herself extra busy by being part of several committees, traveling and writing a book on juvenile delinquency.
Hector Delgado, professor of sociology and a leading voice on sociological and political issues at ULV for the better part of the decade, discusses a few pressing questions about race relations, immigration and what movies meet his standards.