Four Awards of Excellence from the Council of Advancement and Support of Education have been presented to the University Advancement office at the University of La Verne.
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It must have been the warm air or the excitement that summer break is approaching. The Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony, held in the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion on May 7, at times mimicked a Comedy Central Roast.
Interim Dean of the College of Art and Sciences Jonathan Reed, gave a lecture on Saturday in the President’s Dining Room concerning the ancient society of Pompeii, prior to its demise.
The University of La Verne will celebrate the completion of the new Campus Center with the addition of the Muriel Pollia Sculpture Garden this fall.
The University of La Verne will see an overall budget shortfall of $1.7 million for the 2008-2009 academic year. According to President Stephen Morgan, the budget deficit can be attributed to the missed enrollment projection of the traditional undergraduate class.
“Each year in the past 50 years, philanthropy has increased,” Jean Bjerke, vice president of university relations said. “Even after wars and natural disasters, for the most part, overall contributions have increased.”
Parents Weekend 2008 was a great start to a new ULV tradition.
The Harris Gallery and University of La Verne’s art department welcomed public artist Phillip K. Smith III at an Oct. 21 reception that opened his new exhibit, “Organic Geometries.”
Because of the recommendations from the Capital Projects Evaluation Committee, which rated projects according to five criteria, including those that would have a profound impact on the image and perception of students and in creating a more professional learning and teaching environment, many buildings at the University of La Verne were renovated over the summer […]
More than 65 University of La Verne alumni and friends launched a flotilla of rafts and inflatables on four swift rivers in Montana and Idaho this summer, continuing an event started by Roland “Ort” Ortmayer, professor emeritus of physical education, 29 years ago.