The Board of Trustees approved the allocation of a portion of University of La Verne’s year-end reserves for the development of online-hybrid courses.
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The University of La Verne’s new honors course “Leadership in a Changing World,” co-taught by President Devorah Lieberman, is designed to encourage students to be better citizens.
Among the changes prompted by the University’s historically high 2,500-student enrollment this semester, students returned to find classes held unusual places – often in classrooms far from departments’ home bases.
University of La Verne faculty have tried with some success to integrate technology to enrich the learning experience, but the problem lies in older generations not having an understanding of how technology fits in today’s culture, at least according to some students and faculty.
For three semesters Paul Alvarez, professor of movement and sports science, has been showcasing sports films for the students of La Verne in his class American Values in Sports Films.
Professor of Education John Bartelt and Associate Professor of Public Administration Matthew Witt have teamed up this semester to lead an interdisciplinary seminar on activism.
Students at the University of La Verne are learning much more than just new moves from this semester’s Contemporary Social Dance class.
Students at the University of La Verne are being conditioned to lead their generation with revolutionary speeches in the style of those given by Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela and John F. Kennedy.
This spring students had the opportunity to relive a little recent history as the sociology-anthropology department offered a new class – The 1960s.
Duke University and Apple Computer, Inc. implemented iPods into the school’s classroom and campus settings. This introduction to the use of technology in higher education intrigued many professors and students at the University of La Verne.