Neher celebrates 50 years at ULV


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Posted April 18, 2008

Lesley Michaels
Staff Writer

Field researcher, city council member, dean, provost, Sustainable Campus Committee member and mosquito controller.

Robert Neher’s posts over the years in La Verne have been many.

His primary role and accomplishment, however, has been teaching in the University La Verne biology department for 50 years.

A Midwestern originally born in Illinois, he was a son born to a biology teacher, Neher, 78, credits his father with having the greatest impact on his life’s choices.

“I learned work ethics and the important principle of tolerance,” Neher said. “You do not always agree with people’s ideas, but you should still be happy to work with people who ... have ideas.”

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