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AAUP advises faculty

Marcus Harvey, American Association of University Professors West Coast labor negotiator, met with University of La Verne faculty members recently to offer advice on effective negotiating strategies that the faculty hope will lead to salary increases.

ULV officials hope to reduce SCE fine

University of La Verne officials are hoping the federal government will substantially reduce a $6.9 million fine for apparently illegal recruitment practices in the School of Continuing Education.

Senior presents paper in Canada

Dan Ross was the only undergraduate student from the University of La Verne who flew to British Columbia, Vancouver to give a presentation on his research paper.

Thomson focuses on death penalty

His warm smile and easygoing demeanor seem almost to contradict the grim, though important, research to which he's devoted so many years.

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.

Rewarding academic excellence

Graduating in three years from the University of La Verne, senior Dan Ross received an academic achievement award last Tuesday night in Founders Auditorium.

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