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Teacher education program sees increase in enrollment

Despite a decline nationally in students entering teacher education programs, California and the University of La Verne specifically have experienced an enrollment increase.

Flemington considers changes in education

Anita Flemington, professor of education, presented her talk “Still Crazy (About Teaching) After All These Years” at noon Tuesday on Zoom before a virtual audience of 20. 

Student support is offered over the ‘Rainbow’

The ULV campus remains a supportive, forward-thinking community. Since some struggle with many issues revolving around sexuality, the Rainbow Alliance has decided to incorporate this notion in its celebration of National Coming Out Day, Oct. 11.

Faculty, staff honored for service

An enthusiastic crowd waved bright orange and green pom pons and chanted “Let me see your body move! Ooh, la, la! Ooh, la, la!” kicking off this year’s University of La Verne Faculty awards.

Commencement kicks off year

Students, faculty and family members participated in graduation festivities at the University of La Verne on Jan. 30, marking the first Winter Commencement service for the University.

Institute welcomes new director

A welcoming smile from Maria Grandone-Llorente greeted everyone who attended the welcome reception held in her honor on Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. She has been appointed the new executive director of the Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity at the University of La Verne.

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