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Commencement decision debated

University of La Verne seniors are upset about scheduling changes made to this year’s commencement. Ruby Montaño-Cordova, associate dean of student affairs, made these changes without consulting or notifying the graduating class.

Walecki discusses the benefits of free trade

Associate Professor of Economics Julius Walecki led a presentation and engaged in a discussion with University of La Verne students and faculty on the issues of free trade March 16.

Series teaches management theory

In its 10th year, the Master of Science, Leadership and Management Program’s Coffee, Cake and Conversation series welcomed Samuel Culbert, co-author of “Don’t Kill the Bosses!” who addressed the complex nature of business and the importance of change in the traditional chain of command.

Panel discusses euthanasia bill

On March 23, the University of La Verne hosted a distinguished speaker panel to discuss physician aid-in-dying and proposed California legislation modeled after the Oregon Death with Dignity Act.

College of Business opens new center

University of La Verne's College of Business and Public Management launched a Center for Strategic Thinking last month after seeing a crucial need for a center where strategic planning issues can be resolved among business executives and community leaders in the San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire.

New center opens for expected ‘elder boom’

With older adults representing the fastest growing segment of society, the University of La Verne's College of Business and Public Management established the Center for Health and Aging, making it the first in the Inland Empire and San Gabriel Valley.

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