LaTorre family honors professor with new program

The center will provide students with academic support in math and business.

James and Lisa LaTorre of Duxbury, Massachusetts, parents of James (Jamie) LaTorre III ’14, created the Diane DiCerbo Math and Business Center in the Institute for Achievement and Learning.

The center honors math professor Diane DiCerbo, who embodies the true spirit of helping students become successful. It provides students with academic support in the much-needed areas of mathematics and business. This program will be implemented in the fall and measured to evaluate its impact on students.

The LaTorres have been members of the Lynn University Leadership Society since 2009.

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