Marcus’s talk for the weekly faculty lecture series held via Zoom, was a part of a larger research project on World War II concentration camps and the memorialization of those camps.
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La Verne Academy members Marcia Godwin, professor of public administration, and Issam Ghazzawi, professor of management, hosted a virtual roundtable forum on how to conduct research on Tuesday at the faculty lecture held over Zoom.
Beverly Daniel Tatum spoke on addressing issues of racism in academic settings and how to be proactive in our own sphere of influence on Wednesday at the annual Frederick Douglass Human Rights lecture through Zoom.
Ben Hines, former La Verne baseball coach and hitting coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers, died Jan. 13. He was 85.
Kanya Godde Chrisco, associate professor of anthropology, shared her discovery that the people of the cemeteries in Medieval Nubia are being profiled incorrectly, Tuesday at the faculty lecture held via Zoom.
Marilyn Oliver, professor of kinesiology emerita, reflected on her career at the University of La Verne and spoke about her experience of being one of the first head athletic trainers of the country during her last lecture held via WebEx on Tuesday. Oliver served as the chairwoman of the kinesiology department for the previous three […]
University of La Verne undergraduates students will be able to take any of their classes as credit–no credit through the fall 2020 semester, as they were able to do in spring 2020, University officials announced this week.
Yingxia Cao, associate professor of decision sciences, presented data on how social media can impact a person’s happiness, with pros and cons of using social media in schools and businesses before an audience of 22 students, faculty, and staff on Tuesday via WebEx.
Fengmei Gong, associate professor of operations and information technology, spoke on the value of investing in information technology to an audience of 30 students and faculty on Tuesday over WebEx as part of the weekly faculty lecture series.
Faculty and students at the University of La Verne acknowledged the struggles of Native Americans at the hands of their oppressors throughout history and reflected on the water Angelenos use at the Indigenous People’s Day event on Monday via Zoom.