Current Issue: Spring 2022
Humankind has been “in pursuit of well-being” for generations, but what does it truly mean to live well? Explore the opinions of well-being experts from across the Leopard community and learn about alumni who have earned the title of “well-being champion.” This issue showcases uplifting and thought-provoking stories on the topic of well-being as demonstrated by faculty, staff, students, friends of the university, and alumni.
In Conversation with Brian Clocksin
Brian Clocksin, PhD, is the vice provost for strategic initiatives for the University of La Verne. He leads the academic planning for the new College of Health and Community Well-Being—the transformational initiative of the university’s 2025 Strategic Plan—which launches this summer.
Finding His Strengths
Professor Loren Dyck pursues well-being through his passions as an award-winning bodybuilder, researcher, and all-around academician.
News from La Verne
University of La Verne to Host Annual Scholarship Gala on May 6
The University of La Verne is pleased to announce that its 2023 Scholarship Gala will be held Saturday, May 6, starting at 5 p.m. once again on the La Verne main campus.
In Memoriam: Felicia Beardsley, 65, Kept History in our Hearts for Over Two Decades
The University of La Verne community is mourning the loss of Felicia Beardsley, an acclaimed archeologist, anthropology professor, and director of the university’s Cultural and Natural History Collections, who passed away unexpectedly February 28. She was 65 years old.
Students Provide Free Tax Assistance
For more than a decade, University of La Verne accounting students have provided free tax services to eligible taxpayers through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
University Partnership Recognized as Exemplary
The University of La Verne LaFetra College of Education and San Diego Unified School District partnership was recognized with the California Association of School-University Partnerships Exemplary School-University Partnership Award.