Niki Elliott, co-director of the Center for Neurodiversity, Learning and Wellness, talked about the importance of heart-centered education and how educators can better serve their students with it at the weekly faculty lecture on Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
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Gyasmine George, assistant professor of educational counseling, talked about her research on what it means to be an activist at the weekly faculty lecture on Nov. 23.
Kimberly White-Smith, dean of the LaFetra College of Education, talked about her findings on the experiences of Black mother scholars in education on Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture.
Leah Garrett, director of the Jewish Studies Center at Hunter College in New York, shared the stories of a group of Jewish service members known as the X Troop on Sunday at the University of La Verne’s annual Kristallnacht Remembrance Lecture held via Zoom.
Amy Demyan, professor of psychology, talked about the benefits of yoga and guided an audience of 25 students and faculty through a yoga session on Tuesday in the Lewis Center.
Kerop Janoyan, provost and vice president of academic affairs, started the position remotely from his New York home, on April 1.
Members of the La Verne community gathered in the xeriscape garden between Hoover Building and Woody Hall to dedicate a plaque and bench in honor of Kim Martin, former professor of anthropology, who died in 2019.
In the lecture, which was attended by 20 people, Dillon said that the play, “An Enemy of the People” tells the story of the effects of global climate change and environmental disasters.
Mira Jacob, novelist and author of “Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations,” spoke about generational divides and race on Wednesday at the One Book, One University lecture over Zoom.
Mackay MorganArmstrong, sophomore kinesiology major, and Ryan Konrad, sophomore communications major, were elected as the president and vice president respectively of the Associated Students of La Verne for the 2021-2022 academic year.