Students will find it easier to cross-register between campuses and course delivery modes when the University of La Verne implements an academic calendar realignment beginning in fall 2021. In some programs, students may also be able to shorten their time to degree by enrolling in an extra session that the new academic calendar makes possible.
University of La Verne Welcomes Kerop Janoyan as New Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
The University of La Verne announced today that it has selected Kerop Janoyan, PhD, as its next provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Thanks to a significant gift from attorney and alumnus Frank J. Lizarraga, Jr. ’80, the University of La Verne has endowed its first dean. Lizarraga’s gift supports the dean of the College of Law, a position currently held by Kevin S. Marshall, JD, MPA, PhD. Effective immediately, Marshall assumes the title of the Frank Lizarraga Endowed Dean of the College of Law.
The University of La Verne has appointed Shannon Mathews as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Her term begins on January 4, 2021.
New Lewis Center Faculty Research Fellowship Expands Wellness Co-Learning Opportunities Within Community
The University of La Verne’s Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research has awarded its inaugural Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research Faculty Research Fellowship to seven recipients.
As the University of La Verne prepares to start a new academic year with remote teaching and learning, faculty and staff are creating innovative courses and out-of-class activities to ensure a robust and supportive experience for students.
LaFetra College of Education and San Bernardino City Unified Partner to Help Neurodivergent Learners Succeed During Pandemic
The Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness in the University of La Verne’s LaFetra College of Education has expanded its assistive technology trainings in partnership with San Bernardino City Unified School District.
Two University of La Verne professors have received a $389,000 grant to support their research into the effects of stress factors on osteoporosis, a disease that thins and weakens human bones.
The University of La Verne community supports the movement to raise awareness of inequities and unjust processes, evoke change within systems, and bring about a just climate where persons feel safe and valued.
Assistant Professor in History Receives Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders Award for Teaching and Research
Allyson Brantley, assistant professor of history, has received the 2020 Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders (MEFL) Award from The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.