The commencements honor undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral candidates, including students from regional campuses and online programs.
The success story is one of many that Angela Haick, a University of La Verne graduate, has played a part in during her career in education. Her journey has taken her from the classroom to administrative positions throughout the state, a path she says has helped her gain the skill set necessary to become superintendent of the Penn Valley Union Elementary School District.
Volunteering is new to freshman Emmanuel Akosah, but not for long.
He is considering gardening at a women’s shelter. Or perhaps helping children learn to read.
“Being able to help people is our main focus, and it’s such a good feeling,” said Akosah, a computer engineering major from West Covina. He participated in the Third Annual First Year La Verne Experience (FLEX) Community Engagement Day on August 23.
Biology Professor Dr. Stacey Darling-Novak is First to Receive Newly Endowed Distinguished Professorship Award
Dedicating her professional life to students, education and research, University of La Verne Professor of Biology, Stacey Darling-Novak, Ph.D., is a critical part of the Biology Department, and the first recipient of the newly endowed Robert Warren Hultman Distinguished Professorship in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Participates in International Roundtable Discussion on Future of Europe
A roundtable discussion, “Europe in the World: What does multipolarity mean for the EU”, featuring University of La Verne Assistant Professor of Political Science Dr. Juli Minoves, addressed the pros and cons of strengthening the common voice of Europe in Finland on May 7.
Championing entrepreneurship and inspiring creativity proved to be the overarching themes at the University of La Verne’s inaugural CEO Summit Thursday, March 20, 2014.
Six seconds. For many, six seconds may seem like a brief moment: a moment that is fleeting and easy to forget. However, for University of La Verne senior distance runner Lenore Moreno, six seconds will never be forgotten; Lenore broke an 11-year NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championship meet record by six seconds. “Going […]
Holding a meeting with a governor was just another day for seven University of La Verne students.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Juli Minoves Triquell took students in her Latin American Politics class to meet Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, who is the new governor of Baja, California in early December, 2013.