The presentations made by the administration of the University of La Verne on November 20, 2019, and the answers provided by the Provost to questions posed by the FAHC, reveal an alarming and unnecessary plan to abolish tenure as part of the creation of a Cal Bar-accredited program of legal education as the successor to […]
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“Architecture of Internment: The Build Up to Wartime Incarceration, Oregon, 1941-1943” visually captures the decision of Oregonians to incarcerate Japanese Americans and Japanese immigrants in the 1940s during World War II.
University of La Verne Professor of History Kenneth Marcus presents his research on the effectiveness of using art in history classes Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Students and faculty gathered at noon Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room as Xiaoyan Liu, professor of mathematics, spoke about her most recent publications on her research of approximation theory.
Professor of History Kenneth Marcus talked about a European Jewish composer who fled Nazi Germany and settled in Los Angeles during his presentation “Schoenberg and Hollywood Modernism,” at noon Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room as part of the faculty lecture series.
Ngoc Bui, associate professor of psychology, proposed that fans of celebrities in the modern era have such affinity to whoever they idolize that it obscures their social judgment.
Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, discussed “Migration and Modernism in Los Angeles, 1900-1960” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The President’s Dining Room reached its capacity last Thursday as students, faculty and members of the community gathered for the International Studies Institute’s Hot Spot lecture series, “The Exile of Benjamin Britten.”
Gitty Amini, assistant professor of political science, will replace Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, as director of the International Studies Institute starting in September.
Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, presented “Documentary Pageantry: An Analysis of Three Historical Dramas in Modern America” on Monday as part of the faculty lecture series.