Professor of Sociology Hector Delgado reminisced about his life accomplishments and emphasized the importance of acknowledging and thanking the people who have made a positive impact on one’s life at his final lecture titled “It Takes a Barrio” Tuesday.
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Campus events for the week of April 26, 2019.
The University of La Verne chapter of the American Association of University Professors on Monday presented highlights from their recent forum and their report on increased corporatization and diminished faculty governance at the University.
We are encouraged by portions of President Lieberman’s and Dean Potter’s responses to our statement on corporatization and shared governance appearing in an April 29 story on a report by the AAUP.
The University of La Verne chapter of the American Association of University Professors released a statement last week calling attention to the University’s increasing “corporatization” and the need for true shared governance between faculty and administration to improve the student experience.
Three sociology and anthropology department faculty offices in the Hoover Building were broken into sometime late Sunday night or early Monday morning and two computers were stolen.
The University of La Verne is currently conducting on-campus interviews for new deans for the College of Arts and Sciences, the LaFetra College of Education and the Regional and Online campuses.
In response to the May 14 Faculty Assembly resolution that affirmed a Faculty Hiring Plan that endorses race-based hiring, I would like to express my reassurance that this resolution is non-binding and that it is not and will not be University policy.
“Do black lives matter? Ferguson as a Window to Race in the United States” was the topic of discussion Thursday in the President’s Dining Room as part of the monthly Hot Spots lecture series.
Adjunct faculty members from universities across the country participated in the first National Adjunct Walkout Day Feb. 25 to protest unfair wages and working conditions.