Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
Posts in the Category 'Faculty'
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.
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.
Professor Cleveland Hayes pushes his students hard, but with an 80-year legacy of teachers in the family, he may be one who was born to be an educator.
In one very different Honors class at the University of La Verne, the pursuit of becoming a great leader begins with a search for the self.
Dr. Janis Dietz is as tough as professors come, but her students emerge ready to meet the challenges of and be successful in the business world.
In a salute to professors and their accomplishments in education, University of La Verne hosted “Celebration of Teaching” on Thursday, November 29, an event that shared and showcased the unique talents and successes coming out of classrooms throughout campus.
Since the Vietnam War, La Verne professor Lawrence Machi has spent 45 years reversing the negative effects of war through education. Now, his Fulbright appointment will help him take another step forward.
The University of La Verne’s Research and Professional Activity Day brings a renewed sense of pride and accomplishment to faculty and students.
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.