Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
Posts Tagged as 'education'
Educator and La Verne alumna Dianne Van Hook adds another honor to her long list of accomplishments.
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.
As a Presidential education adviser, Sara Lundquist ’81 holds far-reaching power to ensure Hispanic students have the opportunity to pursue a college degree.
The University of La Verne’s Literacy Center get-together allows students and their parents to say thanks to donors in person.
More than 7,600 University of La Verne students could suffer a potentially devastating blow to their future if Congress goes through with a threat to cut billions from federal financial aid programs.
The La Verne Campus Community gets an up-close and personal look at Devorah Lieberman, who is introduced as the 18th president of the University of La Verne
La Verne faculty present their work done outside the classroom to their students and to their colleagues on a day set aside to celebrate research.