As a country and as a community, we again find ourselves grappling with painful, but all too familiar, issues around power, privilege, oppression, and racism.
The planning includes a mix of face-to-face and online instruction and safety protocols for employees as well as residence and dining halls in alignment with state and regional public health guidelines and industry best practices.
As the nation grapples with how to keep its economy afloat, one idea in particular is drawing increased attention, as is the University of La Verne professor who has extensively researched it.
The University of La Verne Debate Team has created spaces in the virtual world for practice and competition during the coronavirus pandemic.
A graduate student in the University of La Verne master’s in public administration program took third place in the international competition of the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA), becoming the first in the program to place at this level in the annual contest. Georgina Perez and her teammates, who represent four […]
To help students remain on track with their education through the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of La Verne is proud to announce that it will award additional scholarships to all students who enroll in classes for the summer term.
University of La Verne journalism students and graduates earned 15 awards from the Society of Professional Journalists Region 11 for articles and photographs published in 2019.
Four student projects were also among the finalists for the awards, which were presented during a ceremony held Feb. 20 in Monterey.