University of La Verne Professor of Management Dr. Issam Ghazzawi has won the Jack Kahl Entrepreneurial Leadership Award in recognition of his contributions to the Enactus program, which shows students how to change the world through entrepreneurial action.
University of La Verne REACH Program to Offer Entrepreneurialism, College Experience to 50 Underserved High School Students
About 50 high school juniors will learn how to create a business and get a taste of college life during the 14th annual REACH summer camp at the University of La Verne.
More than 1,300 students participated in University of La Verne 2018 Spring Commencement ceremonies on June 2 and 3.
Author Lawrence Ross to University of La Verne Graduates: ‘Your Degree is Your Ultimate Weapon Against Ignorance’
They made it to the finish line, clutching diplomas and shifting their tassels from right to left. But race relations author Lawrence Ross told around 300 University of La Verne education and organizational leadership students at 2018 Spring Commencement that they still have work to do.
Houston Police Chief Urges University of La Verne Graduates to Lead With Authenticity, Conviction, and Heart
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo ’05 urged University of La Verne graduates to continue learning, be critical thinkers, and to be leaders that bring people together.
Rogelio Espinoza Huerta, who will graduate with a Master of Public Administration on June 2, earned a coveted spot in the city of Phoenix’s Management Intern Program. He is set to start the prestigious year-long program on June 25.
Local high school students and University of La Verne undergraduates will begin interviewing surviving members of the International Voluntary Services in the Fall as part of an oral history project funded by a California Humanities Grant.
University of La Verne College of Arts and Sciences Dean Dr. Lawrence Potter has been selected to serve on an advisory board that will increase diversity in obesity research.
The Council for International Exchange of Scholars has selected Dr. Gail Tang, assistant professor of mathematics at the University of La Verne, for the prestigious Fulbright Scholar Program.