In a little more than two weeks, Andrew Lopez will begin his second year of studies at the University of La Verne’s College of Law. When he does, he will have something few law students have produced – a scholarly article published in an official publication of a county bar association. Lopez, an intern in the […]
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A team of faculty from the University of La Verne’s LaFetra College of Education has secured a grant from the California Council on Teacher Education that will support their efforts to prepare future teachers to work with neurodiverse learners. Associate Professor Amber Bechard and Assistant Professor Sylvia Mac, of the college’s Special Education Department, and Professor […]
Two University of La Verne College of Law faculty members traveled to New York recently to work with a group of African defense lawyers as they hone the skills needed to represent clients facing the death penalty in their countries. Associate Dean of Faculty Performance and Development Michael O’Connor and Visiting Professor Celia Rumann participated in […]
Mary Aguayo has joined the University of La Verne as vice president of strategic enrollment management. Aguayo comes to Southern California from the University of Wyoming, where she served as director of transfer relations and interim associate vice president of enrollment management. At La Verne, her portfolio will include the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, and Extended […]
Ten more Southern California school districts and educational organizations have partnered with the University of La Verne to expand a program that ensures that graduating high school seniors have access to a quality, affordable college education. Representatives from the school districts, private high schools, and community organizations gathered on the University of La Verne campus on July […]
University of La Verne Announces Commitment to Expansion of Transfer Pathway for California Community College Students
The University of La Verne today announced its commitment and support of a transfer pathway between the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities and the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
The University of La Verne will soon break ground on a new facility that will serve as a unique hub for teaching, researching, and promoting healthy lifestyle habits for students and members of the broader community.
Makerspaces – what they are, how to create one and how to use them – will be the focus the inaugural Makerspaces for Innovation and Research in Academics conference hosted by the University of La Verne’s Wilson Library Thursday, July12. Makerspaces are creative spaces that can house anything from sewing machines and soldering irons to 3D […]
Paul Egly, the founding dean of the University of La Verne College of Law, and a longtime judge who helped desegregate public schools in Los Angeles, died on June 26. He was 97. A World War II veteran, Egly’s pursuit of the law began in France and Germany, where he helped people navigate local law and […]
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.