Current Issue: Summer 2021
In a year of challenge, the University of La Verne community found “silver linings” as they learned and served in new ways that will continue into the future. Some will form the basis of “normal 2.0” in the years ahead. This issue spotlights the inspiring Leo spirit of resilience and innovation as demonstrated by faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
Kerop Janoyan, PhD, joined the University of La Verne on April 1 as provost and vice president for academic affairs. He came from Clarkson University, where he was dean of the Graduate School and a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Faculty and students from the College of Business and Public Management’s Integrated Business Program found innovative ways to teach and to sell their products during the pandemic. Each group’s profits directly benefitted communities affected by the pandemic, including restaurant workers, students, and families of all backgrounds.
News from La Verne
Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Bestows Education Award on University of La Verne’s President Lieberman
The Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (OCHCC) presented President Devorah Lieberman of the University of La Verne with its Dr. Juan Francisco Lara Education Award on November 20 during the organization’s Estrella Awards. The event was held at the Disneyland Hotel.
Students who are first in their family to attend college were honored at the University of La Verne during the month of November. Faculty, staff, and students shared stories and learned from others about their experiences in navigating college.
Hundreds of families in the community received food and sanitizing supplies during drive-through pantry events held on October […]
The University of La Verne has been serving the military and veteran communities for over 50 years. Last year more than 450 military personnel, veterans, and family members enrolled at the university.