Reed Gratz, professor of music, remembers vividly the first time he stepped on the University’s campus. He walked into Founders Auditorium and was hit with a wave of panic.
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The new academic year brings dramatic change in the face of leadership at the University of La Verne, with students and faculty welcoming a new crew of four high-level appointees at a Sept. 4 reception in the Arts and Communications Building.
Outstanding students, their parents and University of La Verne faculty packed Founders Auditorium Saturday for the annual academic awards ceremony.
James T. Sears spoke of homophobia and heterosexism last week before an audience of students faculty and La Verne residents gathered in Founders Auditorium.
The majority of three-unit undergraduate courses could be bumped to four units as soon as fall semester, if faculty supports a proposal by the University’s top administrators.
Out of 250 individuals who applied for the new modern languages writing faculty position at the University of La Verne, only three were selected to make presentations of their research.
As John Gingrich prepares to step down this year from his position as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of La Verne, a search committee is working hard to find his replacement.
Donald J. Dunn was recently appointed dean of the University of La Verne College of Law to assist in the school’s effort in gaining American Bar Association accreditation.
After 16 years of serving as the Dean of Arts and Sciences, John Gingrich has decided to step down from his position, and he is looking forward to continuing his teaching profession at the University of La Verne.
The possibility of making changes to the general education requirements is expected to be a hot topic this year.