Faculty and administrators hope next year to begin construction of a new academic building.
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The University of La Verne faculty lecture series continued Monday with Jack Meek’s presentation “Citizen-Centered Sustainability.”
The University of La Verne has received a nearly $900,000 National Science Foundation Grant for scholarships and internships. The money will be distributed by the La Verne Noyce Teacher Scholars Program, which provides up to $15,000 a year for students who are interested in teaching biology, mathematics, chemistry and physics.
In her talk “Do I Need To Know This for the Exam?” Christine Broussard, associate professor of biology, focused on improving pedagogical techniques in the biology classroom through the “Design Your Own Experiment” method, emphasizing student-directed project ideas.
The College of Arts and Sciences changed its by-laws Nov. 5 to establish a new seven faculty member governing council.
Alexandra Lozano Editorial Director Women – watch what you eat. Professor Christine Broussard and others researched how pesticides change cells in the thymus during fetal development. About 15 people gathered in the President’s Dining room on Oct. 9 for Broussard’s lecture “The Effects of Selected Environmental Toxicants on the Viability and Development of T Cells.” […]
The University of La Verne biology department this year received a National Science Foundation Course, Curriculum, and Lab Improvement Grant to improve the education tools in the science department.
The Wilson Library foyer was full of faculty, students and other supporters all waiting to hear members of the University of La Verne faculty talk about their published works for Faculty Publications Day, a few weeks ago.
After the release of “An Inconvenient Truth,” Al Gore was at the center of jokes and parodies concerning global warming. In May 2006 Gore starred in the opening skit on “Saturday Night Live,” joking about how his last six years as “president” have changed the world for the best.
Global warming has become an increasing problem over the last 30 years. Here are some tips from biology professors at the University of La Verne on what students can do to help control global warming.