The panel discussion “Social Justice is Just Us (Fill in the Black)” featured insightful commentary on social justice through the lens of white privilege.
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The University of La Verne chapter of the American Association of University Professors on Monday presented highlights from their recent forum and their report on increased corporatization and diminished faculty governance at the University.
Yvonne Smith, professor of management, explored how entrepreneurs create change in society at her lecture “What a 12th Century Nun Has to Say to 21st Century Entrepreneurs” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Issues of political polarization in the House of Representatives and the Senate and their influence over income inequality were discussed Monday in the President’s Dining Room at a faculty lecture held by Assistant Professor of Sociology Roy Kwon.
Faculty and staff members of the University of La Verne discussed the effects a militarized mindset have on the police at a panel titled “The Social Context in Which Law Enforcement Operates: Militarization of Police and Race Relations in Law Enforcement Encounters,” the third part of the five-part series “Ferguson: A Call for Understanding and […]
On May 10 members of the University community gathered in Sports Science and Athletic Pavilion for the annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony.
Students and staff members united around The Rock outside Founders Hall on Wednesday to share testimonials of racism, hope and humanity.
Professor of Education John Bartelt and Associate Professor of Public Administration Matthew Witt have teamed up this semester to lead an interdisciplinary seminar on activism.
Matthew Witt, associate professor of public administration, demonstrated the usefulness of the study of public administration by sharing his lecture “Integrity in Public Administration: Toward New Vistas” on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Matthew Witt, associate professor of public administration, is heading a design team, which entered in the National Ideas Competition for the design of the nation’s most symbolic space – the Washington Monument grounds.