Campus Times
May 14
, 2004

photo by Jessica Valerio

The University of La Verne's Campus Diversity Initiative held a poster session last week on Faschnacht Court following the town hall meeting. Loretta Rahmani, dean of student affairs (left); Daniel Loera, interim director of the Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity; and Vitonio San Juan, assistant dean of students at the College of Law, were among those who attended the event.
With a grant from the James Irvine Foundation, the University is working to create a learning community that supports diversity. The poster session was designed to “offer information to the students of the University and for students to be aware of their success,” Loera said. The grant is the third of a series of grants from the Irvine Foundation to address quality of life and academic issues in a way that supports the University’s diverse community.

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