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Spirit Awards recognize La Verne’s core values

After a two-year hiatus, the Spirit of La Verne awards ceremony and reception was held Tuesday at the Ludwick Center Sacred Place.

Remembrance day keeps Armenian history alive

The Armenian Genocide Rememberance Day event was commemorated with two presentations about the history and the impact of the genocide on April 22 in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space.

Professor promotes creativity in math

Emily Cilli-Turner, assistant professor of mathematics, emphasized the importance of creativity in the math field, and she shared information on her project to improve creativity in calculus classes in a lecture titled “Calculus Students’ Perceptions of Creativity in Mathematics” at noon Tuesday in the Quay Davis Board Room.

Flemington considers changes in education

Anita Flemington, professor of education, presented her talk “Still Crazy (About Teaching) After All These Years” at noon Tuesday on Zoom before a virtual audience of 20. 

Artificial intelligence gets endowed professorship

The University of La Verne has received a $1 million from the Fletcher Jones Foundation for an endowed professor of artificial intelligence. The University introduced an artificial intelligence concentration to the computer science major in fall 2021. 

ULV observes Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day

To mark the 106th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide and pay tribute to its victims, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life hosted a candlelight ceremony and gathering Friday via Zoom. 

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