Stories from this issue:
President Pardis Mahdavi shares how her experiences with exclusion shaped her identity and personal mission, empowered her to bridge transformative opportunities for others, fueling her commitment to education and providing focus for university work ahead.
The University of La Verne leads the way in extending learning beyond the classroom and offering experiences that allow our students to demonstrate their skills, receive training that leads to a competitive edge in the workplace, and live out our core values—ethical reasoning, diversity and inclusivity, lifelong learning, and civic and community engagement. These are the experiences that matter!
News from La Verne
University of La Verne alumnus Joseph Orozco ’17 added a significant milestone in his broadcasting career - winning an Emmy Award with his team during the 75th LA Area Emmy’s for Outstanding Sports Series/Programming.
The University of La Verne is set to receive a $499,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to create a comprehensive program to address domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking on campus that is grounded in culturally specific strategies.
On a bright fall morning on Thursday, November 9, community members gathered in front of Founders Hall for an honorary Veterans Day celebration to pay tribute to students, faculty, staff and other who have served in the military or are military connected.
On National First-Generation Day, held Nov. 8, the University of La Verne campus community came together to recognize and support the unique experiences of people who are the first generation in their family to attend college.