With a fiery and compassionate spirit – from the hems of her colorfully flowing tunics, to her spiky white-blond hair, laughing blue eyes and altruistic tendencies – recently retired University of La Verne Associate Professor of Theatre Jane Reilly Dibbell consistently demonstrated purity of heart.
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After more than 36 years of teaching, Sheridan Merritt will be retiring this year leaving his post as professor of zoology and ending his time doing what he enjoyed most about the teaching process, getting in touch with his students.
The La Verne Land Conservancy received a 5.1 million state grant last week for the restoration and preservation of approximately 271 acres in the foothills above La Verne.
Just reaching out for a little commiseration after the election’s dismal outcome. Feeling blue and realizing how much hope I was putting into the anyone-but-Bush camp.
Jacob Leveton may prefer to criticize the administration for certain inadequacies on some issues.
Jacob Leveton said in his letter to the editor, regarding Core 320 and Core 340 that “staff members,” presumably in his business major, had told him that the science departments have been “very aggressive” in defending these interdisciplinary core classes, because they “don’t want to lose their jobs.”
If Associate Professor of Biology Stacey Darling-Novak is successful in determining why some cells in maize (better known as corn) die prematurely, she will be able to create a plant that has a significantly delayed death rate, which will increase productivity.
Three biology students from the University of La Verne were selected to have their individual abstracts presented May 14 and 15 at California State University Long Beach by the Southern California Academy of Sciences.
La Verne resident and former student Cynthia Matthews will challenge incumbent Rep. David Dreier to represent the local 26th Congressional District, which includes La Verne, in the November general election.
Assistant Professor of Biology Christine Broussard will be in Cape Cod, Mass., this summer working as a course coordinator at the Marine Biological Laboratories.