Mike Brown and his wife, Nancy, have literally helped build a new university with their generosity.
With active duty and veteran enrollment nearly doubling in the past four years, the University of La Verne steps up its efforts to meet its students’ needs.
For 55 years, Dr. Robert Neher has educated La Verne biology students, and will retire with the admiration of all he has touched, except one disagreeable python.
The 101-year-old La Verne Debate Team ranks sixth in the nation, but the students’ real benefits extend well beyond competitive forensics.
Dr. Janis Dietz is as tough as professors come, but her students emerge ready to be successful in the business world.
With an 80-year legacy of teachers in the family, Cleveland Hayes may have been born to be an educator.
Former rock ‘n’ roll backup singer Vicki Calhoun hones her leadership skills as a doctoral candidate in Organizational Leadership at La Verne.
For the first time in their athletic careers, sisters Nicole, Stephanie and Catie Tuning are on the same women’s water polo team, at La Verne.