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Copper changes colors

Nathan Wright, junior kinesiology major, uses a pipette to introduce ammonia into a copper filled test tube in Professor of Chemistry Mark Nelson’s Chemistry 202 lab May 11.

Seniors explore mineral content in vegetables

Roughly 30 people attended the Natural Science Division Senior Symposium in LaFetra Lecture Hall Wednesday.

Chemist experiments with stained glass

After working with students and chemicals in the lab, Mark Nelson, professor of chemistry, heads home to his workshop where he creates prize-winning stained glass pieces.

Provost names 4 VPs

Saying it was in order to better assist the faculty, staff and students, Alden J. Reimonenq, ULV's provost and vice president for academic affairs, has reorganized the structure of the academic affairs department, naming four new vice presidents to support him in his role as provost.

Online evals get mixed reviews

No more end-of-semester grunting from the students – it was the faculty’s turn to discuss online course evaluations.

Salary compensation reports reveal ULV status

Results from the first year of a three-year salary plan to improve the compensation to faculty, administrative and professionals (A&P) and classified employees at the University of La Verne show that progress is being made.

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