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Seasoned scholars share research tips

The La Verne Academy hosted its first lecture series of the semester, “Building and Maintaining a Successful Research Agenda: Ideas and Pitfalls,” Tuesday via Zoom. 

Education professor championed LGBTQ+ community

University of La Verne professor of education emeritus Dr. Jim Dunne died Nov. 20 in his home in Sedona, Arizona. He was 87 years old.

Al Clark retires after 45 years with ULV

After more than 45 years of service, Al Clark, professor of humanities, head of the Honors Program and the International Studies Institute, will be retiring.

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.

Joanne Ashcroft remembered as a friend at ULV

A devoted retired employee of the University of La Verne who worked in the Office of Information Technology, Joanne Ashcroft, died April 12. She was 73 years old.

Felicia Beardsley leaves archaeological legacy

Dr. Felicia Beardsley, professor of anthropology and director of the Cultural and Natural History Collections at the University of La Verne, died unexpectedly Feb. 28.

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