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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.

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In The News: February 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 February.

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Six Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month in March

From uplifting women’s voices to self-care, here are six ways to recognize the University of La Verne’s impressive community of women and individuals who support and uplift women’s stories.

SoCal History Conference Held At La Verne

The University of La Verne is hosting the 2024 Southern California Regional Conference of Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honor Society, Saturday, March 16. 

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Human Rights Lecture Set for Feb. 28

University of La Verne  President Pardis Mahdavi, PhD, will share her experiences and insights on human rights and social justice at this year’s  10th Annual Fredrick Douglass Lecture hosted by College of Arts and Sciences on Wednesday, February 28 from 4-5 p.m. in the Ann & Steve Morgan Auditorium.