Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
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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.
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.
University of La Verne professor Don Pollock finds plenty of activity keeping things stirred up in the tiny island nation of Fiji.
University of La Verne professor of art Ruth Trotter is one of six artists featured in “Covering Ground,” an exhibition that will open this month in Melbourne, Australia.
James Calhoun directs a new choral vision.
(Debbie Allison story from La Verne Magazine reprinted with permission)
La Verne professor Paul Alvarez can offer his students real-world perspective after serving as an assistant athletic trainer for Team USA at the World University Games.
As university chaplain, Zandra Wagoner has answered a calling and will work to bring people of many faiths and beliefs together in an atmosphere of cooperation and tolerance.
In a simple pair of shoes, Paul Alvarez carries with him a powerful sense of tradition and love for a grandmother who sacrificed mightily for her kids and her grandchildren.
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.