Duncan, who came to the university in 2002 and currently serves as chair of the university’s Master of Science in Leadership and Management program, brings a wealth of experience in health care and management.
Those programs include Dental Assistant, Home Health Aide, Medical Assistant, Medical Records Specialist, Patient Care Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician.
In addition to moderating a roundtable, Lieberman will present awards for Hospital CEO/President of the Year and Health System Executive of the Year.
University of La Verne Expands Online Program Offerings to Include Master’s Degrees in Teaching, Health Administration, and Public Administration
The new online options will be offered in addition to the on-campus options, providing students with flexible and convenient pathways to pursue degrees in these high-demand fields.
The university is proud to announce the opening of its College of Health and Community Well-Being—the university’s fifth college—which will be a hub for high-quality education, research, and innovation in health and the social determinants of health.
Adventist Health White Memorial Establishes Scholarship Fund to Support University of La Verne Nursing Students
The Adventist Health White Memorial Scholarship Fund will support students in the university’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing: RN to BSN program, which is now accepting applications for fall 2022 and spring 2023.
Alumna Gifts $2.3 Million to Launch Nursing Program at New College of Health and Community Well-Being
The gift will fund costs related to establishing the new college and its nursing program. In appreciation, the university will name its new nursing program in honor of John A. Ware.
The University of La Verne raised a record $1.1 million for student scholarships—and announced the receipt of more than $2.7 million in additional gifts and pledges—during the 2022 Scholarship Gala on Saturday, April 23.
University of La Verne to Offer Differentiated Bachelor’s Degree Program for Registered Nurses to Address Demand for More Skilled Nurses in Southern California
The University of La Verne announced today it is now accepting applications for a new bachelor of science in nursing program for registered nurses (RNs) who are ready to further their careers and enhance their leadership skills with a bachelor’s degree. The first cohort of students will begin fall 2022.
Students enrolled in the University of La Verne’s Master of Science in Physician Assistant (PA) Practice program marked their coming transition from classroom to clinical education in a White Coat ceremony held December 11 in the Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium on campus.