Two University of La Verne professors have received a $389,000 grant to support their research into the effects of stress factors on osteoporosis, a disease that thins and weakens human bones.
Genna Bowen was beyond surprised when she learned that her name was entered into the University of La Verne’s annual scholarship fundraising drawing and she’d won a 2020 Toyota RAV4 hybrid.
University of La Verne Students and Alumni Earn an All-Time High Number of Telly Awards for Film Production
Four television projects created by University of La Verne film students and alumni have garnered an unprecedented five 2020 Telly awards.
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.