Duncan, who came to the university in 2002 and currently serves as chair of the university’s Master of Science in Leadership and Management program, brings a wealth of experience in health care and management.
The Board of Trustees will lead a national search for a new president. Lieberman will work closely with the board during the transition and will play a significant role in aiding and onboarding her successor.
Events include a Saturday morning 5K Fun Run/Walk, street fair and parade, and tailgating before the football game against Whittier College.
Lieberman will represent the private, nonprofit higher education sector to ensure the sector’s role in American higher education is understood by policy makers and their staffs.
The university is proud to announce the opening of its College of Health and Community Well-Being—the university’s fifth college—which will be a hub for high-quality education, research, and innovation in health and the social determinants of health.
Kechichian received the award during a ceremony in Beverly Hills on June 21, and will be profiled in a July 24 edition of the Los Angeles Times’ C-Suite magazine.
Adventist Health White Memorial Establishes Scholarship Fund to Support University of La Verne Nursing Students
The Adventist Health White Memorial Scholarship Fund will support students in the university’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing: RN to BSN program, which is now accepting applications for fall 2022 and spring 2023.
Alumna Gifts $2.3 Million to Launch Nursing Program at New College of Health and Community Well-Being
The gift will fund costs related to establishing the new college and its nursing program. In appreciation, the university will name its new nursing program in honor of John A. Ware.
The ceremony honored up to two individuals from the university community as recommended by each the offices within the Ludwick Center
Agreement Creates Smooth Pathway for Marymount California University Students to Transfer to University of La Verne
Under an agreement approved this week by both universities, Marymount California undergraduate and MBA students will be able to smoothly transfer into the University of La Verne, and be guaranteed specific benefits related to admission, financial aid, and housing.