Gail Tang, associate professor of mathematics, discussed her work in Southeast Asia as a Fulbright Scholar and her research on shifting pedagogical beliefs on Tuesday in the Executive Board Room.
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Leadership may take the form of many shapes and sizes, however, Deborah Olsen, professor of management and leadership, believes that regardless of position, title or background, an effective leader is one who takes action to initiate change.
Jane Beal, associate professor of English, brought music and poetry to roughly 25 faculty and students Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
The University’s new mandatory diversity and cultural competence training for all full time faculty took effect this summer, with a completion deadline of Oct. 1.
Al Clark, professor of humanities, played a sneak peak of his documentary that chronicles the experiences of 46 University of La Verne alumni Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
The University’s Cultural and Natural History Collections is what curator Anne Collier refers to as “a hidden gem.”
Associate Professor of Management Omid Furutan discussed the inevitability of bribery, and how it differs from extortion before 15 students and faculty members Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Professor of Sociology Hector Delgado reminisced about his life accomplishments and emphasized the importance of acknowledging and thanking the people who have made a positive impact on one’s life at his final lecture titled “It Takes a Barrio” Tuesday.
Students and faculty gathered in the Executive Dining Room Tuesday to listen to business professors Yan Hu and Jeanny Liu discuss whether businesses being family owned benefits a company’s brand value.
Professor Emeritus of Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University John Cobb talked about the difference between the intellectual university and the scholarly university and his dream for what the nature of education should be at the annual Fasnacht Lecture Wednesday.