Students arrived on the University of La Verne campus Monday toting backpacks and hot coffee, some still sleepy-eyed from months of summer relaxation and others raring to go for the first day of t...
Posts from September 2012
Nearly 600 attended the University of La Verne’s Latino Educational Access and Development conference Thursday in La Verne. High school students and educators filled the Ludwick Conference Center atop the Sara & Michael Abraham Campus Center and the audience overflowed into the Ann & Steve Morgan Auditorium where the program was projected onto a wide […]
At the University of La Verne’s first Latino Educational Access and Development conference, students get a road map to higher education and a successful future.
Before a near-standing-room-only audience in Howell Board Room, noted author and scholar Dr. Julius Coles, a Visiting Woodrow Wilson Fellow and Director of the Andrew Young Center for International Affairs at Morehouse College, spoke about the challenges before emerging nations in his lecture, “Africa in the 21st Century,” the first Hot Spots lecture of the […]
Dr. Janice Pilgreen, the newest member of The Academy at La Verne, has dedicated her career to enabling students to unlock the door to knowledge and understanding by helping them to read and to write better.
On August 25 more than 600 newly admitted freshman learned first-hand what their university is all about when they took part in the University of La Verne’s first FLEX (Freshman Learning Experience) Community Engagement Day. With the help of 25 faculty and administrators, 28 OWLS (Orientation Week Leaders), and 26 buses and vans, students spent […]