As the nation grapples with how to keep its economy afloat, one idea in particular is drawing increased attention, as is the University of La Verne professor who has extensively researched it.
The University of La Verne Debate Team has created spaces in the virtual world for practice and competition during the coronavirus pandemic.
A graduate student in the University of La Verne master’s in public administration program took third place in the international competition of the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA), becoming the first in the program to place at this level in the annual contest. Georgina Perez and her teammates, who represent four […]
University of La Verne journalism students and graduates earned 15 awards from the Society of Professional Journalists Region 11 for articles and photographs published in 2019.
Four student projects were also among the finalists for the awards, which were presented during a ceremony held Feb. 20 in Monterey.
The award will allow Marcus to travel to Austria to explore how artists have used their talents to protest against human rights abuses.
Ana Benitez, a senior kinesiology major, has been named a 2020-2021 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact, a coalition of colleges and universities committed to fostering community engagement on campus and beyond.
University of La Verne Master of Public Administration Among U.S. News & World Report’s Top-Ranked Programs
The university’s public administration program is ranked in the top five of programs in the greater Los Angeles region, and it rose eight places this year to 101st out of 276 graduate programs across the nation.