La Verne Academy members Marcia Godwin, professor of public administration, and Issam Ghazzawi, professor of management, hosted a virtual roundtable forum on how to conduct research on Tuesday at the faculty lecture held over Zoom.
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Starting fall semester 2021, the University of La Verne will pilot eight-week classes embedded in the new 17-week semester.
As a businessman, caring mentor and beloved husband, Gordon Whitby leaves a legacy at University of La Verne as one of its 125 most influential individuals.
Elke Teichmann, who earned her master’s degree in digital media production from Oxford Brookes University in 2014, co-produced and co-directed the documentary called “Boys’ Toy?” for her master’s dissertation. The documentary explored the sexualization of women video game characters. Teichmann said the first step toward combating sexism in games is to have more women in […]
Provost Greg Dewey, computer science professor Seta Whitby and professor of psychology Aghop Der-Karabetian are holding a contest for seniors to create a new four-year curriculum based off existing courses.
The University’s second Celebration of Teaching was held Nov. 29 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Provost Greg Dewey and Professor of Computer Science Seta Whitby have created a curriculum contest for which students will help the University of La Verne create a new four-year curriculum using existing courses.
Seta Whitby, professor and chairwoman of computer science and computer engineering, presented her research on how student backgrounds have an effect on virtual learning.
In response to the article regarding the class evaluations (“Evals in need of examination,” Sept. 28), I agree that it is a rather tedious/long evaluation and really does not have pertinent questions to better evaluate the class.
When you first see Steven Andrews, you see a composed young man who radiates a calm demeanor, and you would never guess that his life is filled with enough responsibilities and engagements to fill an agenda for three people.