Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
Posts in the Category 'Programs'
Frederick Terrell ’76 flies cross country to impart some wisdom to young business hopefuls and give back to his alma mater and to the community.
Five University of La Verne business students put theory into practice and blaze a trail in real-world entrepreneurship for others to follow.
More than 30 local high school students turn filmmakers in the University of La Verne’s 3rd Annual My Home Town Video Contest
The University of La Verne’s Literacy Center get-together allows students and their parents to say thanks to donors in person.
Dean Mark Goor announced the University of La Verne’s College of Education & Organizational Leadership has been granted national accreditation, a confirmation of the college’s high standards and commitment to producing top educators and leaders. The National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) announced the decision in October, four months after the college received [...]
At the University of La Verne’s REACH camp students learn about business, but also discover that taking that big step to a college education is well within their capabilities.
La Verne business administration students second in national marketing competition staged by Honda.
Local junior high school students and their parents spend a day at La Verne
and discover that a college education is well within their reach.
A pilot program of the Center for Teaching and Learning has students, faculty and staff putting portable computer devices to the test to discover if they enhance learning.
Students soon will be investigating how birds flock, fireflies synchronize and bees swarm in a new Complex Dynamical Systems Laboratory made possible thanks to a $250,000 grant from The Fletcher Jones Foundation. CDS is an emerging disciplinary field, and the new La Verne lab will house high-performance computer workstations and experimental equipment to facilitate student-faculty [...]