Alicia Procello told the crowd of future teachers, counselors, and school administrators that she hoped her suggestions would help guide them as they embarked on careers that would transform countless lives.
Health Plan CEO Challenges College of Business and Public Management Grads to Rise Above Their Fears
Jarrod McNaughton of the Inland Empire Health Plan delivered the charge during a pair of keynote addresses at Winter Commencement Ceremonies on Feb. 1 in the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion.
Julie Miller-Phipps encouraged graduates to not settle for the status quo, and to remember that they can lead and create change from any position within any organization.
Now in its ninth year, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is available at the University of La Verne for local, eligible taxpayers from Feb. 1 to April 4.
The proposed State Bar of California-accredited program will continue to serve the legal needs of the community and increase access to a legal education.
Staff, faculty, and administrators are also working to provide comfort, support, and accommodations to students who have been affected. The Counseling and Psychological Services office is available at laverne.edu/counseling or 909-448-4105.
Mathematics Professor Emily Cilli-Turner joined a research mission to the Eastern Bering Sea to study how fishing might affect the population of a key species of fish.