In The News: January Media Mentions
Check out the latest University of La Verne media coverage and mentions showcasing our community and other notable features from the month of January:
- Vice President of Information Technology Todd Britton shared with Ellucian his thoughts on building and sustaining relationships as a key lesson for EdTech professionals.
- Ross Mathews ’02 won his first Emmy award as a producer on RuPaul’s Drag Race reality television show for Outstanding Reality Competition Program.
- Su Shin ’93 is Hawaiian Telcom’s first female president in the company’s 140-year history.
- Scott Graham, MS ’94, a math and physics teacher at Windsor High School, is the Isle of Wight County Schools’ division Teacher of the Year.
- In Memoriam: Alumna Margaret Richards-Bowers, a retired registered nurse, community advocate, and former President of the Inglewood Unified School District Board of Education, passed away on January 16 following a prolonged illness. Read more about her life here.
- In Memoriam: Nancy Louise Livingston of Foley, passed away January 5 at her residence. She earned her Masters of Education in School Counseling from the University of La Verne. After 30 years of teaching she retired in 2018. Read more about her life here.
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