In the News: May Media Mentions
Take a look at the exciting newsworthy University of La Verne accolades, updates, and happenings for the month of May:
- University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman interviewed with the Southern California Business Report on KMET’s ABC News & Talk, reflecting on her presidency, updates on the university, and her vision for the future.
- 6th Annual Neurodiversity Symposium brought together more than 100 advocates for dyslexia policy and practice both in-person and online at the Abraham Campus Center Ballroom at the end of April.
- The California Association of School-University Partnerships (CASUP) recognized the University of La Verne for early learning partnerships with San Diego Unified School District.
- The Super Tents celebrated its 50th anniversary with recognition to the pioneering architectural membrane that helped make the university a stand-out institution.
- Professor Santor Nishizaki was featured in articles from Business Insider, Gallup, The BBC and more for his expertise and research on topics surrounding Generation Z workers.
- Professor of History Allyson Brantley shared her expertise with USA Today and others on the current beer industry and the implications behind the most recent boycotting of Bud Light.
- Leopards baseball team won the NCAA Baseball Regional Championship and was recognized for their grit and tenacity at the end of their super regionals invitation.
- The San Diego County Office of Education will serve as the regional hub for the Reading Instruction and Intervention grant program in Southern California, which supports students with disabilities, dyslexia, and those who are dually identified, in partnership with the LaFetra College of Education’s Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness.
- The College of Law was ranked first in the Top 10 Law Schools with lowest tuition costs in California for 2023-2024.
- Assemblymember Chris Holden Recognized President Lieberman as Woman of the Year for the 41st Assembly District.
- Professor of Legal Studies Bobby Rimas held a lecture regarding the importance of subpoenas and what should be done to ensure subpoena compliance.
To keep up with the University in the news, see all media highlights, updated regularly.