Faculty research highlighted

John Patrick
Assistant Editor

The University of La Verne’s Faculty Research and Professional Activity Day will be 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m Oct. 13, in the library and Harris Art Gallery.

Presenters include:

Rebecca Hamm, Dion Johnson, Keith Lord, Curtis Stage, Melissa Thorne, Ruth Trotter, Andrés Zervigón, Christine Broussard, Jeffery Burkhart, Lisa Burkhart, Jay Jones, Stacey Novak, Melvin Miles, Iraj Parchamazad, Elizabeth Zwerling, Bill Cook, Jeffery Kahan, Ken Scambray, Alfred Clark, Ken Marcus, Jason Neidleman, Barry Morinaka, Cassandra Armstrong, Andrea Labinger, Gerard Lavatori, Kirsten Ogden, Steven Westbrook, Scott Farthing, Reed Gratz, Kathy Lamkin, Gary Colby, David Chapell, Michael Frantz, Xiaoyan Liu, Seta Whitby, Ngoc Bui, Aghop Der Karabetian, Jerry Kerns, Lisa Looney, Raymond Scott, Jonathan Reed, Richard Rose, Sharon Davis, Hector Delgado, Kim Martin, Ernie Thomson, Jeanne Flora, Ian Lising, Janis Dietz, Carol Sawyer, Nancy Wallis, Matt Witt, Harriet Aronow, Joan Branin, Marcia Godwin, Jack Meek, Mehdi Beheshtian, Ahmed Ispahani, Renee Miller, Gonyung Park, Jan Pilgeen, Nancy Walker, Tom Harvey, Juanda Daniel, Charles Doskow, Donald Dunn, Susan Exon, Donna Greschner, Diane Klein, John Linarelli, Ashley Lipson and Kevin Marshall.

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