Associate Professor of Mathematics Yousef Daneshbod discussed mathematics and computing machines before about 20 University community members who attended his lecture Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room and remotely via WebEx Tuesday.
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In the lecture, which was attended by 20 people, Dillon said that the play, “An Enemy of the People” tells the story of the effects of global climate change and environmental disasters.
Shannon Benine, professor of photography at the University of La Verne, shed light on the state of war in our country through photographs she captured during the faculty lecture Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room.
Nicholas Athey, instructor of sociology at the University of La Verne, gave a presentation titled “Conducting Cannabis Policy Research During the Era of Post-Prohibition,” before about 14 students and faculty in the Campus Center Tuesday.
Nicole Mahrer, assistant professor of psychology, discussed how maternal stress affects children’s health, the subject of her recent research, Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room.
Thomas Allison, assistant professor of legal studies, discusses the social determinants of health in his lecture, “Compassionate Public Discourse,” Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture series in the Executive Board Room.
Felicia Beardsley, professor of anthropology, discussed whether there are alternate ways to properly date the prehistoric site of Nan Madol in Pohnpei, Micronesia, without destroying its natural foundation during a faculty lecture in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room on Tuesday.
Laurie Rodrigues, associate professor of English, lectures Tuesday about her recently published book, “The American Novel After Ideology,” in which she analyzes the paradox of ideologies in novels from 1961 to 2000.
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.
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.