Seventeen students – whose majors range from journalism to chemistry – have been exploring universal basic income at the University of La Verne, one of the first schools in the country to offer a course on the topic.
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Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo, Race Relations Author Lawrence Ross to give keynote addresses at 2018 Spring Commencement
Art Acevedo, chief of the Houston Police Department, will serve as keynote speaker for the University of La Verne’s Spring 2018 Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, June 2, and Lawrence Ross, an author and speaker on college race relations will deliver the keynote address on Sunday, June 3.
Alexander Betts, the Leopold Muller Professor of Forced Migration and International Affairs at the University of Oxford, will be the speaker for the University of La Verne’s Benazir Bhutto and Ahmed Ispahani International Lectureship on April 18.
University of La Verne Professor Niki Elliott to Offer Keynote Address at Pasadena Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast
More students are arriving at college with mental health challenges that can hinder learning and even lead to dropping out. But Dr. Niki Elliott teaches an evidenced-based practice that may help reverse the problem: mindfulness.
Marcus Eriksen, who sailed from Long Beach to Hawaii on a homemade raft made of junk, will visit the University of La Verne on Friday, April 13, to discuss his near-death expedition and to advocate for environmental justice. His talk is part of the Robert and Mary Neher Global Sustainability Lecture series. A scientist, activist, adventurer, […]
The Los Angeles Business Journal named University of La Verne Chief Financial Officer Avedis “Avo” Kechichian “CFO of the Year” during a ceremony in Los Angeles on September 25.
Director of Community & Civic Engagement Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Vice President Joe Biden
Director of Community & Civic Engagement Marisol Morales accepted an invitation to attend a specialbiden reception for Hispanic Heritage Month in Washington D.C. on Monday, Sept. 22.
White House officials on Tuesday named the University of La Verne a recipient of the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in the category of interfaith and community service.