Jay Jones, professor of biology and biochemistry, held his last lecture after being with the University for 35 years on Tuesday with 60 people in attendance.
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Philip Hofer, administrator emeritus, reflected on his experience and place with the University of La Verne at his lecture, “Mediocrity and Meaning: Reflections on a ‘Significant’ Administrative and Service Career,” Tuesday via Zoom.
Professor of Public Administration and Public Management Jack Meek delivered his last lecture, explaining his journey in life and the journey for the future, Tuesday via Zoom before a virtual audience of 80.
Rita Thakur, associate dean of the College of Business and Public Management, shared her experience coming from India, working at the University of La Verne, and her hopes for her retirement on Tuesday at the faculty lecture over Zoom.
Marcia Godwin, professor of public administration, discussed Congressional districts that flipped in 2020, shifts in voting trends, and the media’s role in the outcomes, with 31 Zoom participants on Tuesday.
Eric Riehle, head men’s and women’s golf coach, talked about the lessons he has learned as a coach Tuesday during his lecture titled “My Last Dialogue,” via Zoom before a virtual audience of about 20.
Morgan Sandler, associate professor of digital film production, shared his experience filming a documentary about Bella Lewitzky on Tuesday at the faculty lecture held via Zoom.
Kristina Post, associate professor of psychology, discussed her research on depression and chronic pain during the weekly Faculty Lecture Tuesday before a virtual audience of 27 via Zoom.
Andrea Labinger, emeritus professor of Spanish, discussed translating Southern Cone literature – from the southernmost region of South America – during her lecture titled “Rara Avis: A Reading in Translation” before roughly 25 students and faculty members Tuesday via Zoom.
Marcus’s talk for the weekly faculty lecture series held via Zoom, was a part of a larger research project on World War II concentration camps and the memorialization of those camps.