Margeret Gough, associate professor of sociology, explained the link between health insurance and cohabitation and marriage on to an audience of 19 people on Tuesday at her lecture titled “Longitudinal Models of Source of Health Insurance on Young Adults Cohabitation and Marriage” held via WebEx.
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Professor of Sociology Hector Delgado reminisced about his life accomplishments and emphasized the importance of acknowledging and thanking the people who have made a positive impact on one’s life at his final lecture titled “It Takes a Barrio” Tuesday.
Campus events for the week of April 26, 2019.
Margaret Gough, assistant professor of sociology, presented her study on the impact of the Affordable Care Act on family formation at noon Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Dr. Kimberly Martin, professor of anthropology, died Jan. 7 in South Bend, Indiana. She was 69.
University of La Verne’s Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honor Society has created a replica exhibit of Cueva de los Manos, a world cultural site in Argentina, in the Hoover building.
Megan Peralez, 2017 graduate in photography, senior physics major Justine Alandy-dy and senior sociology major Mung Kay “Karen” Shum won first place Dean’s Awards in Arts and Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences categories, respectively, at the seventh annual College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Awards ceremony, honoring top senior projects, Wednesday in the Harris […]
Before being forced back to what had become foreign land, Jacob, who asked that his real name be withheld because of his precarious immigration status, had only vague memories of his life in Mexico. The native of Los Mochis, in the northern coast of the state of Sinaloa, found himself hopeless in a city whose […]
Instead of using summer vacation as a break from school work, many students took the opportunity to go abroad and get hands-on experience applying what they have learned in their studies at University of La Verne.
Mass shootings are no laughing matter especially when they happen close to home.