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Roark discusses personal boundaries

Roark discusses personal boundaries
Assistant Professor of Law Marc Roark gave a lecture titled “Sacred Space” in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. Roark, who has been teaching at La Verne since 2009, has published articles on property, commercial law, and religion. / photo by Candice Salazar Jesse Evans Grady Lee Thomas Staff Writers The Faculty Lecture Series featured Assistant Professor of Law Marc Roark, who spoke... 

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Construction closes First Street A portion of First Street, from B Street to the former site of Lot F, was shut down on May 6 due to construction of the new dorm. The street will remain closed until the fall 2011 semester. Doskow honored by Federal Bar Association University of La Verne College of Law Professor and Dean Emeritus, Charles Doskow, was honored by the Federal Bar Association Inland Empire... 

Garcia, Weaver explore science of aging

Garcia, Weaver explore science of aging
Jerome Garcia and his research partner, Kathleen Weaver, shared their research in a presentation titled “Modification/Mutation of Mitochondrial DNA: Implications for Aging and Age-Related Disease” on Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Garcia spoke about free radicals, how they affect the cellular structure of humans and their involvement in a variety of diseases. / photo by Allison Lavelle Grady... 

Kevin Marshall focuses on quantum theory

Kevin Marshall focuses on quantum theory
Professor of Law Kevin S. Marshall presented his research proposal for his sabbatical this summer, “Creating and Designing Innovative Space – Entrepreneurship and the Rule of Law,” which explored the relationships between entrepreneurial function, nature, law and management. Marshall joined the La Verne faculty in 2004 and also teaches economics, finance and public policy in the College of... 

Ricardo Morales explains nanotechnology

Ricardo Morales explains nanotechnology
  A potential weapon in the battle against ovarian cancer may be found in magnetic nanoparticles that would attract and trap cancer cells. Such is the technology being researched by Assistant Professor of Chemistry Ricardo Morales. His lecture on the synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles catalytic applications was held Monday in the Presidents Dining Room. / photo by David Bess Jesse... 

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Faculty Lecture Series Kevin Marshall, professor of law, will present his lecture titled “The Admissibility of Habit Evidence” on Monday. The lecture will take begin at noon in the President’s Dining Room. Kathleen Weaver and Jerome Garcia will present their research on May 9. Comedian KT Tatara Campus Activities Board will be hosting the last comedian of the semester at 10 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.... 

Jonathan Reed takes on pseudo-science

Jonathan Reed takes on pseudo-science
Jonathan Reed, professor of religion and interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, presented “Pseudo-science and Biblical Archaeology: Scholars and the Media” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. His talk, part of the faculty lecture series, addressed accuracy concerns with archeological reporting in the media. Reed has written several books on religion and has been interviewed on ABC’s... 

Lecturers explore digital learning

Lecturers explore digital learning
Barbara Nicoll and Nori Murphy spoke about creating digital learning environments Monday in the President’s Dining Room. As part of the Faculty Lecture Series, Nicoll, professor of education and director of child development graduate programs, and Murphy, instructional technology and multimedia specialist, presented the findings of a research survey that compared the change of educators’ attitudes... 

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Faculty Lecture Series The faculty lecture series continues at 12:03 p.m. Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Jonathan Reed, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will present his lecture, “Pseudo-Science and Biblical Archaeology: Scholars and the Media.” For more information, please contact Alfred Clark at aclark@laverne.edu. Psi Chi Conference Psi Chi will host its first student... 

Charles Doskow feels use of drones is legal

Charles Doskow feels use of drones is legal
Professor Charles Doskow from the University of La Verne College of Law spoke in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. In his lecture, “Defending Ourselves Against Terrorism: Targeted Killing by Drones,” he described the advantages and disadvantages of using remote controlled, unmanned machines to target terrorists abroad. Doskow served as the dean of the College of Law from 1980 to 1985,... 
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