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ULV awards those who illustrate core values

The Spirit of La Verne Awards are given to students, faculty and staff members who embody the University of La Verne’s core values.

Mahdavi discusses rise in human trafficking

University President Pardis Mahdavi discussed “Tripping through the Tropes of Trafficking,” as this year’s speaker for the 10th annual Frederick Douglass Human Rights lecture Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium.

Burrel shares personal journey

Alexandra Burrel, associate vice president and chief diversity officer, was speaker for the University’s monthly “What Matters to Me and Why” series on Feb. 15 in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space. 

Fair brings community organizations to campus

The University of La Verne held a Community Fair that featured nonprofits, student organizations, and more Tuesday morning in front of the Ludwick Center. The goal of the fair was to promote service opportunities for students within the local community.

Lecture focuses on authentic leadership

Louise Kelly, professor of management and leadership, presented “Unleashing the Authentic Leadership of Hispanic Managers in the US Context Through Emotional Intelligence, Resiliency, and Mindfulness” Tuesday in the Quay Davis Board Room.

New students give back during annual event

The Office of Civic and Community Engagement sponsored the 12th annual FLEX and New Students Community Engagement Day on Saturday.

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