Students, staff and faculty now have better access to information and resources for victims of sexual misconduct.
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Associate Professor of Biology and Director of La Verne Experience Kat Weaver, the Office of Sponsored Research and a team of faculty members received a Title III – Hispanic Serving Institution grant of $6 million from the Department of Education to help Latino students in the science, technology, engineering and mathematic fields.
A new Multicultural Center has arrived as the result of the University of La Verne’s continued efforts to build upon its 2020 Strategic Vision. Once just cubicle as a part of the Office of Student Life, the new Multicultural Center has relocated to the former Campus Safety Office in the Athletics Pavilion.
Team-teaching in the honors program will be suspended effective in spring 2017, pending study to determine whether the long-standing but expensive La Verne tradition is actually worth the price.
The College of Education and Organizational Leadership opened this fall under a new moniker – the La Fetra College of Education – following the largest monetary gift in University of La Verne history.
The University of La Verne chapter of the American Association of University Professors on Monday presented highlights from their recent forum and their report on increased corporatization and diminished faculty governance at the University.
In 2005, a minor in women’s, gender and sexuality studies was added to the University of La Verne’s academic catalog. University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner, who was the director of general education, was facilitator among a large committee of faculty members from several departments who were pushing for the program since discussion of a women’s studies […]
We are encouraged by portions of President Lieberman’s and Dean Potter’s responses to our statement on corporatization and shared governance appearing in an April 29 story on a report by the AAUP.
The University of La Verne chapter of the American Association of University Professors released a statement last week calling attention to the University’s increasing “corporatization” and the need for true shared governance between faculty and administration to improve the student experience.
Though the University values diversity and inclusivity in its mission statement, students have been speaking out on its lack of diversity in resources, services and curriculum.