Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
- by University of La Verne
- July 4, 2012
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Dr. Robert Neher, chairman of the Natural Sciences Division at the University of La Verne, will soon retire with the satisfaction of having helped produce millions in research grant money, though he still recalls his early days on the job, when he once had a budget of only $400.
Dr. Dianne Van Hook '75, right, who the University Center at College of the Canyons was named after in 2010, recently received another honor.
Dr. Alfred P. Clark, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Faculty, at the University of La Verne, will soon publish a book covering 500 years of water in the San Gabriel Valley.
Karl Schubert, right, purchased his golf apparel company, Beyond The Links, from another University of La Verne alumnus, Joe Skovron, left.
Dr. Janice Pilgreen, the newest member of The Academy at La Verne has become a leader in her field doing something she loves to do.
THE ACADEMY AT LA VERNE
Dr. Kenneth Marcus, a founding member of The Academy at University of La Verne, was recently notified that he was selected to receive a Fulbright Scholar Award for a Senior Professorship in American Culture. Through this opportunity, Marcus is scheduled to spend a semester teaching at Leiden University in Holland, the location of his choice, during Spring Semester 2013.
Al Clark began a lifelong study of water as a college student and now prepares to publish a book that covers 500 years of water in the San Gabriel Valley and its watershed.
Educator and La Verne alumna Dianne Van Hook adds another honor to her long list of accomplishments.
For 55 years, Dr. Robert Neher has educated La Verne biology students and will retire with the respect and admiration of those he has touched — except one nasty python.
Faculty and staff of the University of La Verne showcase their recently published masterpieces at the annual Celebration of Books Published event.
National Interfaith Leader Dr. Eboo Patel made a call for students to stand up for their values on Tuesday, April 16. He is the official Spring 2013 Fasnacht Lecturer, selected by the Fasnacht Committ...