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Conference eases child anxiety through books

Parents and young learners met with local authors, read books and mastered new reading strategies at the 17th Annual Family Learning Conference hosted by La Fetra College of Education on Saturday in Sneaky Park.

Bill aims to increase teacher wages

On April 26, Assembly Bill 938 was introduced by California Assemblymember, Al Muratsuchi (D – Torrance) and if passed, the bill will raise teacher and school staff pay by 50% by 2030.

Faculty and staff comment on sense of community at ULV

Professor of Political Science Jason Neidleman discussed “Faces of Community: Video Excerpts from the Artful Reframing Focus Groups” Tuesday at the Quay Davis Executive Boardroom.

ULV raises nearly $2 million at Gala

University of La Verne mascots Leo and Lea greet guests of the Scholarship Gala at The Rock on Saturday.

Spirit of La Verne Awards honor University values

The Ludwick Center Sacred Space was filled with excitement and pride as the University's community gathered to honor individuals who embody the core values of spirituality, cultural understanding, and community engagement Tuesday evening.

Students research use of rats in behavioral neuroscience 

Two research assistants, John Calvo and Natalya Khutsishvili, who worked in the University of La Verne’s research lab, have published a paper on the value of using rats in behavioral neuropsychiatry in the peer-reviewed neuroscience journal Impulse, which focuses on undergraduate research work in the neurosciences.

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