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The University of La Verne’s 2014 Winter Commencement on Feb. 1 consisted of a trio of ceremonies, each featuring a notable keynote speaker – Steve Carlston, NBC4 Los Angeles (KNBC) President and General Manager; Peggy Redman, La Fetra Family Endowed Chair for Excellence in Teaching and Service; and Nancy Reagan, Vice President of Global Walmart […]
The University of La Verne’s second annual LEAD Conference sends a clear message to those in attendance: Follow Your Dreams!
University of La Verne Head Football Coach Chris Krich and his staff recently invited University of La Verne football players from years past to come back to campus and re-connect with the program and with each other in an alumni reception in the Sarah & Art Ludwick Conference Center at University of La Verne. “This […]
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.
Better Together, an interfaith nationwide college movement that promotes interfaith collaborative community service, inspired the University of La Verne’s Grow Better Together community engagement event.
Author Kevin Cashman teaches La Verne doctoral students that, ironically, effective leadership is not always a full-speed-ahead proposition.
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.
La Verne president Devorah Lieberman, far right, and others from the university accept a $5,000 check for the University of La Verne’s Student Emergency Loan Fund from Laura Tolbirt (third from left), Director of Public Relations/Community/Corporate Media Relations for the Ontario Reign hockey team, on the steps of Founders Hall.
New La Verne president Devorah Lieberman has been on the job for barely 100 days, but her Presidential Inaguration had a triumphant feel throughout.