Graduating this year with a master’s degree in health care administration and a 4.0 GPA from the University of La Verne was not even Ooceeh Afame’s first stunning achievement.
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We, the undersigned, join the Faculty Diversity Committee, and call upon President Lieberman and the University administration to stand with other colleges and universities and make our campus a sanctuary for DACA and undocumented immigrants, their families and related community members who may soon be facing deportation.
As the school year comes to an end, the University of La Verne honored its employees at the 2016 Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony Friday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
A team of University of La Verne faculty members is seeking to make the campus a safe place for LGBTQ people by offering training workshops to those interested in learning about the issues they face.
The University’s 121st convocation marked the beginning of the new academic year and promised optimism and future stability for students, faculty and staff.
The Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony was hosted by Associate Dean of Student Affairs Ruby Montano-Cordova with a cheer. The ceremony recognize faculty for time served, promotion and tenure, and recognized academic research.
Assistant Professor of Management Kathy Duncan gave a presentation titled “In and Out of the Closet: Gay and Lesbian Pastoral Leadership,” that discussed her research regarding the sexuality of those in religious positions and how it affects their ability to perform as religious leaders.
On Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom, students, faculty and community gathered to hear the words of Daniel H. Pink, the author of four best-selling books and revolutionist on changing the world of the workplace.
Davenport Dining Hall was transformed into a mini Saudi Arabia on Wednesday with the help of a little baklava, henna tattoos and live Arabic music.
The University of La Verne library buzzed with energy and creativity during faculty research day, Oct. 29, where faculty members displayed their research work to colleagues and students.