The University of La Verne LaFetra College of Education received a $400,000 grant from the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity, which will go toward the LaFetra College of Education’s efforts in diversifying the teaching profession in the classroom and within the surrounding region.
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Anthony LaFetra, University of La Verne trustee, and president and chief executive of the Rain Bird Corporation, died on Jan. 29 from an undiagnosed cancer. He was 80.
Anne Mangahas, assistant professor and director of the Center for Learning Innovation in the La Fetra College of Education, gave a lecture Tuesday about how educators have more technology resources to help students during COVID-19.
Congratulations to the following students in the LaFetra College of Education who received a GPA of 3.75 or higher as a full-time student in the fall 2019 semester. We applaud and celebrate your hard work, dedication, and commitment. —Dean Kimberly White-Smith and Associate Dean Kristan Venegas
Lynn Stanton-Riggs, associate provost and professor of education emerita, emphasized the importance of gratitude and vulnerability as she reflected on her career upon entering its newest phase – retirement – during her “Last Lecture,” for the faculty lecture series Tuesday on WebEx.
The LaFetra College of Education opened a Center for Teacher Leadership and Learning Innovation this fall.
The LaFetra College of Education hosted its 14th annual Family Learning Conference on Saturday in Sneaky Park and various classrooms on campus.
La Fetra College of Education’s Center for Educational Equity and Intercultural Research held a conference about introducing more diversity into high school and higher education curricula Saturday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Professor Emeritus Thomas Harvey promoted the merits of adversity during his last lecture Tuesday as a part of the La Verne Academy faculty lecture series.
The Center for Neurodiversity, Learning and Wellness hosted a screening of “Intelligent Lives” for more than 75 students, faculty and the community members Sept. 13 in Morgan Auditorium.