The Wellbeing Superfecta

Dr. Loren Dyck and Dr. William Luse from the College of Business, with Dr. Gareth Craze from Western Sydney University, conducted a workshop at the Western Academy of Management meeting […]

La Verne Management Scholar Wins Prestigious Research Award

Professor of Management Dr. Issam Ghazzawi has received the Distinguished Research Award from the Institute for Global Business Research (IGBR) for his study on transformational leadership’s impact on employee engagement […]

New Case Study on Musk’s Leadership

Professor of Management Issam Ghazzawi has just published a case study titled “At the Helm of Twitter: The Leadership Style of Elon Musk [PDF]” in the Journal of Case Research […]

Workplace commitment after the pandemic

As part of the Randall Lewis Center series of Faculty Fellowship presentations on well-being, Dr. Issam Ghazzawi and Dr. Fengmei Gong  presented their research paper, “In the Eyes of the […]

To Improve Policing, Change Assessment

At the 2023 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Annual Meeting in April, University of La Verne Management professor Dr. William Luse chaired a symposium titled “Considerations for Fair and […]

Dr. Loren Dyck

Innovative Coaching Exercise Presented at Management Teaching Conference

The 2023 Management and Organizational Behavior Teaching Society Oceania Conference held in Sydney, Australia featured a groundbreaking Peer Coaching Assignment for a master’s level Human Resource Management course developed by Dr. Loren Dyck of the University of La Verne. This exercise takes advantage of the fact that coaching has been shown to enhance student creativity and help prepare students for their transition to work.

New Study on Data Analytics in Accounting Education

“Data analytics plays a critical role in modern accounting and there is a need for accounting education to reflect this reality,” says Dr. Salimi. “The results of this survey show that accounting professors are incorporating data analytics using familiar software they already have at hand.”

ULV Student Businesses raise over $21K for charity

Students from the University of La Verne’s Integrated Business Program raised more than $21,000 for local charities during the fall semester, while learning important lessons on how to lead and manage real life business.

Rob Barrett

Rob Barrett designated a Fulbright Specialist

“I hope my experiences with our diverse population at La Verne and my previous academic visits to China will enable me to contribute to an institution in another country and make me a better teacher when I return here,” says Prof. Barrett. “Fulbright Specialists are both ambassadors for the American way, and students learning what works in other countries.”