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SIFE Celebration The College of Business and Public Management is holding a regional championship celebration and presentation from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. today in Morgan Auditorium. For more information email ighazzawi@laverne.edu. CPP Accounting Spring Banquet Beta Alpha Psi and Cal Poly Society of Accountants are holding their annual Spring Banquet at 6 p.m. on May 9 at the Sierra La Verne Country... 

Program helps migrant teenagers

Program helps migrant teenagers
Adonay Montes, assistant professor of education and co-director of the Spanish bilingual bicultural certificate program, spoke on migrant youth Monday in the President’s Dining Room. He described ways to help migrant high school students overcome test anxieties. Montes started the program to help better prepare migrant latino students for college. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Mariela Patron Staff... 

Bernard shares his twist on a famous fairy tale

Bernard shares his twist on a famous fairy tale
Associate Professor of Writing Sean Bernard read his short story “Woodland” during the Faculty Lecture Series Monday. The story is a modern day spin of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, “Hansel and Gretel.” / photo by Christian Uriarte Danielle Navarro Staff Writer Associate Professor of Writing Sean Bernard shared his newest short story, a modernization of Hansel and Gretel called “Woodland”... 

Vietnamese gender roles discussed

Vietnamese gender roles discussed
Peggy Redman, professor of education, discusses gender differences in the work environment in Vietnam. She explained that women do mainly background and support work for the men in professional environments. Redman, along with Mark Goor, dean of the College of Education and Organizational Leadership, and Barbara Poling, associate dean of CEOL, led a “Women in Leadership in Vietnam” faculty lecture... 

Kahan shares Shakespeare’s occult

Kahan shares Shakespeare's occult
Jeffery Kahan, professor of English, discussed “Shake­speare and the Occult” in the President's Dining Room on Monday. Kahan read from “Hamlet” and talked about Shakespeare’s far-reaching influence in our cultural lives. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer Professor of English Jeffrey Kahan discussed the Shake­spearean impact on culture, and read from his new... 

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Women in leadership The faculty lecture series will continue with a lecture by Barbara Poling, Peggy Redman and Mark Goor titled “Women In Leadership in Vietnam” that will take place noon Monday in the President’s Dining Room. SPSS workshop The Learning Enhancement Center will offer a workshop on SPSS facilitated by Michelle Alfaro, doctor of psychology, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday in Campus... 

Weaver studies fish, snails’ toxins

Weaver studies fish, snails’ toxins
Associate Professor of Biology Kathleen Weaver presented “Inferring Colonization and Speciation through a Phylogenetic Analysis of Hispaniolan Limia Species”  Monday in the President’s Dining Room. She presented two research pieces. The first covered the biological geography of live bearing fish in the West Indies. The second was a study of the high levels of toxins present in snails in the... 

Online journalism ethics addressed

Online journalism ethics addressed
Elizabeth Zwerling, associate professor of journalism, offered a lecture on “Ethics (and the Lack of Ethics) in Electronic Media” Monday in the President Dining Room. Various faculty members participated in discussion of the topic. Many ethical problems were brought up, for which there are no easy solutions. Still Zwerling said journalists must embrace the new communications modes. / photo by Debora... 

Lecture discusses legal education

Lecture discusses legal education
Assistant Professor of Law Teri McMurtry-Chubb talks about her new book, “Legal Writing in the Disciplines: A guide to Legal Writing Mastery” in her faculty lecture. She discussed the problems encountered by faculty in the teaching of writing, including the limited opportunities to work with students to understand what they’ve learned about writing. / photo by Cameron Barr Veronica Sepulveda Staff... 

Lecture focuses on Latino students

Lecture focuses on Latino students
Rocio Rosales, assistant professor of psychology, describes Latinos as the largest population in Southern California with the lowest frequency of college education. Her research reveals that first generation Spanish-speaking students face a high dropout rate. / photo by Cameron Barr Annunciata Williams Staff Writer Rocio Rosales, assistant professor of psychology, spoke on Monday in the President’s... 
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