Margeret Gough, associate professor of sociology, explained the link between health insurance and cohabitation and marriage on to an audience of 19 people on Tuesday at her lecture titled “Longitudinal Models of Source of Health Insurance on Young Adults Cohabitation and Marriage” held via WebEx.
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Zhen Zhang, associate professor of management, presented her studies and experiments on the relationship between cleanliness and moral judgement on Tuesday via WebEx.
Anne Mangahas, assistant professor and director of the Center for Learning Innovation in the La Fetra College of Education, gave a lecture Tuesday about how educators have more technology resources to help students during COVID-19.
Marilyn Oliver, professor of kinesiology emerita, reflected on her career at the University of La Verne and spoke about her experience of being one of the first head athletic trainers of the country during her last lecture held via WebEx on Tuesday. Oliver served as the chairwoman of the kinesiology department for the previous three […]
Grace Xia Zhao performs “Summerland (Three Visions)” by William Grant Still during her faculty lecture Tuesday via Zoom.
Yingxia Cao, associate professor of decision sciences, presented data on how social media can impact a person’s happiness, with pros and cons of using social media in schools and businesses before an audience of 22 students, faculty, and staff on Tuesday via WebEx.
Professor of Law Emeritus Kenneth Rudolf gave his last lecture via Webex with 32 people in attendance on Tuesday. Along with his lecture, he entertained the audience by playing the organ.
Fengmei Gong, associate professor of operations and information technology, spoke on the value of investing in information technology to an audience of 30 students and faculty on Tuesday over WebEx as part of the weekly faculty lecture series.
Faculty and students at the University of La Verne acknowledged the struggles of Native Americans at the hands of their oppressors throughout history and reflected on the water Angelenos use at the Indigenous People’s Day event on Monday via Zoom.
Judy Holiday, associate professor of rhetoric and communication studies, spoke on the topics of societal assumptions and perceptions of violence, and on the topic of Western personhood and how it relates to indigenous and feminist ideologies Tuesday via WebEx before an online audience of 37.