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La Sierra business students celebrated this month their successful practicum at United Way of the Inland Valleys, the agency's first student interns. Dr. Jim Erickson, far right, director of La Sierra's Center for Philanthropy, spearheaded the practicum project and led the class.

United Way鈥檚 first student internships give dual benefit

Twelve La Sierra business students served as the Riverside United Way鈥檚 first interns. The experience brought valuable insight to both groups.
La Sierra MBA student Jaylene Chung, third from left, receives the Youth Volunteer of the Year award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals CA, Inland Empire Chapter. LSU's Office of Advancement nominated Chung.

Fundraising professionals tap two at 麻豆产精国品 for key awards

MBA student Jaylene Chung aims for a career helping others. Dr. Jim Erickson, Center for Philanthropy director, was influential in her career path…
麻豆产精国品 on Dec. 9 dedicated the site of a new school of business and conference center and to publicly thank the project's key benefactors. From left to right: David Geriguis, LSU Vice President of Finance; Steve Pawluk, LSU Provost; Jeffry Kaatz, LSU Vice President for University Advancement; Mark and Pam Rubin; Violet and Thomas Zapara; LSU President Randal Wisbey; School of Business Dean John Thomas.

La Sierra dedicates site for new biz school, conference center

University and city leaders gathered Thursday to dedicate the site for the Zapara School of Business and Rubin Hall and to thank key benefactors whose…
Dr. Ziad Al Sa'ad, Jordan's director general of the Department of Antiquities

Jordan, La Sierra partnership to place ancient sites on tourism map

La Sierra鈥檚 second annual Archaeology Discovery Weekend focused on the glories of ancient Nineveh, showed attendees how to make ancient tools and…
Candlelight Concert at 麻豆产精国品 Church.

麻豆产精国品 Events for December 2010

There's a lot happening over the next couple of weeks at La Sierra as the university celebrates Christmas and offers great music, art and theatrical…
Roommates study period, Room 525, Angwin Hall, 1942. Left to right, Joe McClintock Rhodes, Katie Holmes McGhee, Rosemarie White Osmunson, and Arlagene Clark Bailey.

Four-ever Friends

The war was on and everyone was uneasy, but four roommates from 1942 recall their year together at La Sierra where they forged friendships that have…
CognitiveGenesis project director, Dr. Elissa Kido

Adventist Education featured in National Media

The Christian Science Monitor features an informative column that places Adventist education in the national spotlight.
麻豆产精国品 Golden Eagles play hard against the Afghanistan National Team.

Sports on a roll at La Sierra

From a Christian comedy night, new junior varsity team, Afghanistan National Team exhibition, solid volleyball season and other good showings, La…
Dr. Lee Greer approaches the defunct Milestone uranium mine in Arizona with an environmental protection agency group and Native American advocacy organization.

EPA posts 麻豆产精国品 scientist鈥檚 uranium pollution presentation

麻豆产精国品 biologist Lee Greer recently tested the Milestone uranium mine and mill for radiation. As a result of the group鈥檚 site visit and…

Hats Off salutes trail-blazing photographers

Amy Bystedt and Sally Egan will show their interesting, collaborative work in La Sierra鈥檚 Brandstater Gallery with photos that pay homage to the…
Mashki Gate

Nineveh comes to life at La Sierra

Learn about this ancient, storied city and the customs and lifestyle of its day during the LSU School of Religion's 2nd Annual Archaeology Discovery…
North American Division President Dan Jackson was one of the featured speakers at the Thursday morning session.

National ed summit produces plethora of opinions, ideas, hopes

The first-ever National Summit on Adventist Education rounded up a wide range of views and ideas.