Despite rumors of the program stopping, The 2001 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges” is well underway this year. Faculty and department chairs are in the process of turning in nominations. The nominations are due April 2.
Although University of La Verne building projects are approximately on target, they have run into unexpected difficulties, which have increased the cost more than expected.
ASF Forum meeting update for the week of March 23, 2001.
Campus news for the week of March 23, 2001.
With Southern California’s energy crisis in full swing, many wonder how it will effect other economic issues. Keynote speaker Ronald R. Gastelum, the general manager for The Metropolitan Water District (MWD), spoke to a record crowd of over 300 people at the University of La Verne’s Corporate Associates Spring Business Lecture and Luncheon this Wednesday.
Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum meetings are supposed to be populated with actual students of the University of La Verne in attendance.
ASF Forum meeting update for the week of March 16, 2001.
The Argentinean social activist, writer and mother, Alicia Kozameh visited the University of La Verne to speak about her experiences as a political prisoner during one of Argentina’s dictatorships in 1975.
Several school districts from all over California come once a year to the University of La Verne to interview students interested in a teaching career. This year, the school district interviewing process will be held tomorrow.
Students at the University of La Verne had the opportunity on Tuesday afternoon to gather information and expose themselves to more than 80 employers who attended this year’s annual Career Fair at Sneaky Park.