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Hyatt charts new course for change

Hyatt charts new course for change
Enlightening her audience on the connections between faculty members and their research, Associate Professor of Organizational Leadership Laura Hyatt describes the connection between Tuesday and its negative connotations. Hyatt presented her lecture, “Creating a Faculty Research Culture: Charting a Course for Change,” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. / photo by Rafael Anguiano Aisha... 

Furutan details global segregation

Furutan details global segregation
Professor examines immigration as part of the monthly Hot Spots lecture series. Omid Furutan, assistant professor of management, presented his lecture, “Immigration and Tolerance” in the President’s Dining Room on Tuesday as part of the Hot Spots lecture series. Furutan examined findings on illegal immigration from the economists’ point of view and discussed the effects migrant workers... 

Elucidating black magic

Elucidating black magic
The connection between black magic and Charles Baudelaire’s “Les Fleurs Du MaI” was made clear through Jon Leaver’s presentation “The Aesthetics of the Occult: Black Magic in Baudelaire’s ‘Les Fleurs Du Mal.’” Leaver is an assistant professor of art history. His research focuses on 19th century French art and criticism as well as 20th century art and critical theory. He is currently... 

Gratz inspires with piano

Gratz inspires with piano
Musicians Andrew Ford, Mike Bennett, Steven Biondo and Reed Gratz filled the President’s Dining Room Monday with music Monday as the quartet performed songs written by Gratz during recovery from back surgery last Spring. The faculty lecture was titled “New Compositions for Voice and Anthroplasty.” The musicians were given the score one week prior to the performance which gave the audience a... 

Granquist details injury rehab

Granquist details injury rehab
Megan Granquist, assistant professor of movement and sports science, presented a lecture on athletic training and rehabilitation in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. Granquist’s topic was rehabilitation adherence and the measurement scale for an athlete’s ability and desire to respond to physical rehabilitation after an injury. / photo by Christopher Guzman The ‘will to heal’... 

Cao connects labor and education

Cao connects labor and education
Researcher uses China as an example in her faculty lecture. This week’s Faculty Lecture Series featured Yingxia Cao, director of institutional research, spoke about her lecture “Private Higher Education and the Labor Market in China: Institutional Management Efforts and Initial Employment Outcomes” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Cao discussed the transition of students from private... 

Pollock outlines the future of news

Pollock outlines the future of news
Professor shows signs of optimism about changes in the world of online journalism. Don Pollock, professor of communications, spoke Monday afternoon in the President’s Dining Room about media convergence. He titled his lecture; “Media Convergence: The Future of How We (Will) Get our News and Information.” He spoke about the changes over time in journalism, media, music, and more specifically... 

Preisler simplifies spintronics

Preisler simplifies spintronics
“Quantum Dots and Spintronics,” a lecture by Vanessa Preisler, assistant professor of physics, drew a small audience to the President’s Dining Room on Monday. Preisler outlined research she has done along with Cal State Los Angeles. The event, sponsored by the Faculty Research Committee and the La Verne Academy, was part of a regular series of faculty lectures. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes Michael... 

Prison provides an education

Prison provides an education
In his Faculty Lecture Series talk, David Werner says he learns from inmates. David Werner, chairman of the English Department, spoke to a group of faculty and students Monday in the President’s Dining Room. The title of his lecture was “Everything I Needed to Know About Teaching I Learned in Prison.” Werner told stories about his experiences while teaching in correctional facilities, and... 

‘Hot Spots’ challenges social views

‘Hot Spots’ challenges social views
Fielding a number of thought-provoking questions, Kenneth H. Marcus, associate professor of history, spoke on the topic, “Why we need to rethink Immigration” on Sept. 24 in the President’s Dining Room. Marcus’ lecture is one of a series, called Hot Spots, presented on the third Thursday of each month. The next event is scheduled for Oct. 22. / photo by Cindy Harder Marla Bahloul Copy Editor... 
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