News Archives December 2021

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In a Community Update sent on Dec. 21, Provost Thomas Poon, Ph.D, announced updates to the spring semester in response to the surging Omicron strain of COVID-19. Changes include virtual academic instruction and events beginning Jan. 10 and a required proof of a COVID-19 booster for eligible …

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Starting Jan. 10, 2022, Emelyn A. dela Peña, Ed.D., will ascend as the vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, which has been held Jennifer Abe, Ph.D., since January 2019.

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Following Delta, Omicron poses a threat as scientists scramble to research its transmissibility, vaccine resistance and how these features compare to those of other strains.

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The founder of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts' Archaeology Center and former National Endowment for the Humanities Chair of Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Rev. William J. Fulco passed away in November.

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In the first of two listening sessions, students were able to connect with the LMU administration and members from LMU's search firm, Spelman Johnson, to express their expectations and concerns about the new vice president for Student Affairs.

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Keenan Anderson, the most recent of three people of color to die this month following confrontations with Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers, has prompted dialogue on campus about policing in the Los Angeles community.

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Professor Alexandra Sturm, Ph.D, provides LMU psychology students the opportunity to volunteer at WISH charter schools in Westchester, which offers the rare integrative approach to special education.

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