Campus news for the week of May 11, 2007.
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Dr. Leland B. Newcomer, former president of the University of La Verne and an instrumental figure in many of the university’s important developments, died April 9 at the age of 86.
This year’s spring commencement ceremonies will feature University of La Verne Board of Trustees member Myrna Long Wheeler; Dean of the College of Educational and Organizational Leadership Leonard Pellicer; host of KPCC-FM’s “Air Talk” Larry Mantle; author and peace activist Azim N. Khamisa; and U.S. Army Major General Retired William K. Suter.
Following the move from the second floor of the University of La Verne Bookstore, the Literacy Center unveiled its new facilities at an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony Feb. 23.
The sweet smell of cookies filled the room while in the library, a little girl picked a book from the shelf and read as she waited for her tutor. Hard to believe this little girl is one of many children in the local area that have trouble reading. This is what donors see when they […]
The Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society initiated 30 University of La Verne students on Nov. 18, at the Harris Art Gallery.
Carol Roberts, professor of organizational leadership at the University of La Verne, has recently written a book titled; “The Dissertation Journey: A Comprehensive and Practical Guide to Planning, Writing, and Defending your Dissertation,” that will be available this month.
The Barkley Annex, a small, but much needed additional classroom building, is now open for business.
Taylor Ruhl, recently appointed head of the Wilson Library, is a square.
Last month the University of La Verne Board of Trustees approved the merger of the schools of Public Affairs and Health Administration and the School of Business and Global Studies.