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La Verne Celebrates Class of 2024

University of La Verne celebrates nearly 1,700 graduates throughout weekend in baccalaureate hooding and commencement ceremonies.

Bryon Schaefer ’09, EdD

LaFetra College Welcomes Leader in Education

Distinguished educational leader and alumnus Bryon Schaefer ’09, EdD has joined the LaFetra College of Education leadership team as a professor of leadership and superintendent-in-residence.

Spirit of La Verne Awardees

Spirit of La Verne Celebrated

Ten recipients were recognized and celebrated this week at the Spirit of La Verne Awards, which honors campus community members living out the core values represented by the Ludwick Center — spirituality, cultural understanding, and community engagement. 

Campus Celebrates Innovation, Creativity

Inaugural Maker Fair & Innovation Block Party showcased student and faculty invention, creativity, curiosity, hands-on learning and more.

Campus Times Receives Gold Award

Campus Times has earned the Columbia Scholastic Journalism Association’s Gold Medal award for overall journalism excellence for Newspaper/Online Hybrid Publications for the 2022-23 academic year.

Business Students Barter for Local Charities

Professor of Management Loren Dyck is pioneering a course to teach MBA students that business deals are not limited to exchanging money. The class, BUS 551: Seminar in Organization Theory and Behavior, breaks students into groups of four to five with the goal of going into the La Verne community and bartering a small $1 item […]

University of La Verne’s Colorful History Showcased in New Digital Yearbook Archive

It can be hard to see the changes a university experiences over time, but old yearbooks are valuable, reliable resources that document an institution’s transformation in culture, student body, and landscape. The University of La Verne is taking steps to preserve its early history by uploading nearly a century’s worth of yearbooks, from 1912 to 2003, […]

Neurodiversity Symposium Shines Light on Equity in Gifted Education

The annual symposium is scheduled for Saturday, April 20, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Sara and Michael Abraham Campus Center and aims to address inequitable issues in gifted education and provide actionable strategies for creating inclusive and sustainable services.