Events

November 2017

Wednesday, November 1

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker

Australia 1789. A young married lieutenant is directing rehearsals of the first play ever to be staged in that country. With only two copies of the text, a...

Re-Imagining the Green Environment of Los Angeles: Cultural and Business Opportunities

Dr. Eric Strauss, director of LMU’s Center for Urban Resilience (http://cures.lmu.edu/), will join students from Business and Social Responsibility in a...

Solemnity of All Saints Masses

7:30 a.m. (Leavey Chapel) 12:00 p.m. (Sacred Heart Chapel)

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

LMU Common Book Community Forum

We invite students, faculty, and staff to share their experiences of the LMU Common Book with friends and colleagues. This event is open to all LMU campus...

Study Abroad Financial Aid info session

Want to learn more about funding your summer or semester study abroad program? Join the Study Abroad Office and the Financial Aid Office for an info session...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

China's "Four New Inventions"

Jian Yao, Fulbrighter of Modern Languages from Tian Jin University, presents "China's 'Four New Inventionsl'" In recent years, a number of China's...

The Role of Education and the Degradation of Nature

An Informal Lecture and conversation with John B. Cobb, Jr. Emeritus Professor at Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University Come join...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Seaver Spotlight with Robert Sclabassi '62, M.D.

Robert Sclabassi '62, doctor and entrepreneur, presents "Life is Not Linear: LMU Prepares You for the Curves." Dr. Sclabassi is CEO of Computational...

Bioethics Coffee Hour - Wednesday 6-7pm

The Bioethics Institute will be hosting Coffee Hour before class on Wednesdays every week of the fall 2017 semester. Coffee Hour is an opportunity for...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

Students in the Struggle

Student activists share their experiences and strategies for success.

Yoga Studies Film Screening: Awakening the Goddess

LMU Yoga Studies program presents as part of our Wednesday Night Lecture Series, a screening of "Awakening the Goddess: An Exploration of Kundalini" with...

Thursday, November 2

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker

Australia 1789. A young married lieutenant is directing rehearsals of the first play ever to be staged in that country. With only two copies of the text, a...

Post Play Discussion: Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker

The CSJ Center will be co-sponsoring a reception and post play panel discussion with Mary Beth Ingham, CSJ, Norma Bowles and Scott Wood.

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Classical Liberalism in Daoism

This talk, given by Visiting Scholar Dr. Ping Xiao, addresses the following questions: What does liberalism mean in ancient Daoism? Is Laozi an anarchist?...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Cheryl and Robert Gross Engineering Design Center Dedication

Celebrate the dedicaiton of the Cheryl and Robert Gross Engineering Design Center. The newly upgraded facility will provide engineering students will an...

Global Citizen Day

More info TBA

4:30pm
MBA Speed Networking Mixer

The LMU MBA Alumni Association invites all MBA alumni, students and guests to an evening of speed networking, drinks and appetizers at Hotel MdR in Marina...

Journalism Brown Bag Forum

The LMU Journalism Program and the Fletcher Jones Chair in Literature & Writing present the second Journalism Brown Bag Forum: "Carefully Followed:...

Friday, November 3

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker

Australia 1789. A young married lieutenant is directing rehearsals of the first play ever to be staged in that country. With only two copies of the text, a...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Fall 2017 Silicon Beach Expo

Silicon Beach Expo brings together companies and organizations of all sizes from throughout the community to meet, share ideas, and spur on the trend of...

2017 Faculty Research Symposium

The 2017 Faculty Research Symposium will feature presentations from recipients of the 2017 BCLA Faculty Research and Writing Grants. Catered Lunch and Happy...

Friday Faculty Colloquium

Presenter: Professor Nadia Y. Kim, Dept. of Sociology Topic: “Every Body Matters: Immigrant Activists on the Race, Class & Citizenship Lines of ‘Bio-neglect’”

How Should We Evaluate Teaching?

Evaluating teaching in a way that everyone perceives as fair is challenging. A panel of experienced LMU professors who have studied the literature on...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Karen Rapp: Director & Curator of the Laband Art Gallery

Karen Rapp was appointed Director and Curator for the Laband Art Gallery in June 2017. Karen has been recognized throughout her career for her...

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

A LECOM representative will be coming to LMU to present information to students about their medical school. RSVP by emailing prehealth@lmu.edu.

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Biology Seminar

On Friday, November 3, the Biology Dept is hosting another Biology Seminar from 2-3 pm in the LSB Auditorium (LSB 120). Our guest speaker is Dr. Carly Kenkel...

Udall Scholarship Info Session

The Udall Scholarship is a $7,000 award for sophomore and junior level college students committed to careers related to the environment, tribal public...

Toward an Ecological Civilization

Pope Francis’s encyclical Laudato Si’ announces a bold new paradigm and program that are holistic and civilizational in content and scope. It is holistic...

Saturday, November 4

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker

Australia 1789. A young married lieutenant is directing rehearsals of the first play ever to be staged in that country. With only two copies of the text, a...

MBA Information Session

Prospective students are invited to attend an information session to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Sunday, November 5

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Visiting Artists Series Piano Recital: Andrew Yang

Deemed by The Examiner as "a prodigy, [running] the emotional gamut from brooding introspection to manic exuberance”, 24-year old American pianist, Andrew...

Monday, November 6

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

SOE Dean's Convocation Address

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the School of Education SAVE THE DATE Dean Shane P. Martin's Convocation Address Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 11 a.m. to noon...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

"Exploring Asian Culture" Info Session

This course provides an overview of the recent socio-political history of China, Japan and Korea, in order to help students understand the ways in which...

Student Employment Orientation

Join Student Employment Services (SES) to learn all about on-campus employment. This workshop will provide students with an overview of the Student...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

Annual Kristallnacht Commemoration "Transforming the Shards"

On Monday, Nov.6 at 7pm, the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and the Jewish Studies Program, will host the annual Kristallnacht Commemoration honoring the...

MNS - COCO Animation Demonstration w/Jesus Martinez

Monday, November 6th at 7:30pm Mayer Theater, Comm Arts Bldg. #100 Coco Layout and Animation Manager Jesus Martinez will be leading an...

Tuesday, November 7

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Excel: Visualizing Data with Charts and Illustrations

This class is intended for Excel users who want to create dynamic charts from existing spreadsheet data to visually communicate what the numbers in a...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Study Abroad Fair

The Study Abroad Fair will take place on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 on Alumni Mall. Come out and learn more about the fascinating places you could go, along...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Economics Seminar Series: Michelle Miller

Speaker: Dr. Michelle Miller, LMU About the Speaker Dr. Miller will be presenting: Does Money Matter for Intergenerational Income Transmission? Evidence...

Box: What's New and the Essentials

Join us to review new features, such as Favorites as home page, Messages, and Box Notes; understand impact of improved features and interface, such as Trash,...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

"Global Sustainability: Challenges and Prospects in East Asia" Info Session

This course takes a close look at what is happening in business strategy today through the ‘lens’ of sustainability. We will explore corporate sustainability...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Wednesday, November 8

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Word: Advanced Features

This class is intended for users who have been using Word regularly and want to improve their knowledge and productivity with advanced features and...

LMU Human Library

Please join the William H. Hannon Library and the Office for International Students and Scholar for LMU's fifth Human Library, an international movement...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Building the Boundary: A History of Fences Along the U.S.-Mexico Divide

The U.S.- Mexico border is a controversial place that has changed dramatically over the past century. Once an open range, the border has transformed into a...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

ONIF Boot Camp: A Beginner’s Guide to Off-Campus Fellowships

This one-hour event is a crash course on identifying and applying for prestigious off-campus awards. We will also introduce attendees to services provided by...

"Tiger Milk" - Film Screening

Director Ute Wieland (Germany, 2017) will be screening her movie "Tiger Milch" and hosting a lecture and Q&A. Reception to follow. Screening at 4:30PM -...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Bioethics Coffee Hour - Wednesday 6-7pm

The Bioethics Institute will be hosting Coffee Hour before class on Wednesdays every week of the fall 2017 semester. Coffee Hour is an opportunity for...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

Thursday, November 9

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

KaleidoLA Tour & Workshop at Self Help Graphics & Art

A tour and a workshop by local artists will be held onsite at Self Help Graphics & Art. Please RSVP to Nicole Murph: nmurph@lmu.edu .

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Technology Enhanced Learning Speaker Series: John Devoy

Technology Enhanced Learning Speaker Series Presents JOHN DEVOY: "Recruitment Strategy for Online Programs". As more higher education institutions expand...

History Matters - Sacrifice & Sexuality, Anarchy & Authority: The Reformation & the World, 1517-2017

A conversation with Carina Johnson (Pitzer College), author of Cultural Hierarchy in Sixteenth-Century Europe: The Ottomans and Mexicans, and Ulrike Strasser...

Coastal Research Institute Launch

Join us in celebrating the launch of the Coastal Research Institute, a collaboration of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering and The Bay...

Scholar Activism in the Age of Reaction: Lessons from Urban Rebellion & Refugee Fugitivity

What is scholar-activism and why is it as important today as ever? Scholars have long played a role in bolstering social movements in the United States,...

Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership for Social Justice Information Session

Learn more about our outstanding 3-year program designed for working professionals, meet our program faculty, students and alumni, and have your questions...

CFA Career Connections

Join esteemed alumni from the College of Communication and Fine Arts, Dean Bryant Keith Alexander, and fellow students to learn about the many ways you can...

Friday, November 10

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Annual Catholic Jewish Women's Conference: "What Would Moses Teach? What Would Jesus Do? Healing Voices in a Time of Fear"

Welcome to the 41st Annual Catholic-Jewish Women's Conference presents What Would Moses Teach? What Would Jesus Do? Healing Voices in a Time of Fear,...

Friday Faculty Colloquium

Presenter: Dr. John Sebastian, VP for Mission & Ministry/Dept. of English Topic: “Medieval Tragedy, or Can We Have an Audience without a Play?”

Muslim Life in America

Muslim Student Life will host a Friday prayer followed by a luncheon with a guest speaker.

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Andrew Byrom, Designer & Educator

Andrew Byrom is a British-born designer and educator based in Los Angeles. His clients include The Museum of Latin American Art, The New York Times Magazine,...

Animated Spaces: Site Specific Performance

As part of our 2017 Faculty Concert: An Evening of Concert Dance, we are presenting a site specific performance that includes 20 dances in two weeks, titled,...

Crosswords

A series of scenes and one act plays with professional actors and LMU alums performing in a fundraiser for the Sam Wasson Theatre Arts Scholarship...

Saturday, November 11

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Executive MBA Information Session

Prospective students are invited to attend an information session to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Workshop: "Healthy Families in a Toxic World" with Julie Carmen

This practical workshop will provide tools and techniques that foster equanimity within challenging environments. It is appropriate for clinicians and anyone...

Crosswords

A series of scenes and one act plays with professional actors and LMU alums performing in a fundraiser for the Sam Wasson Theatre Arts Scholarship...

Sunday, November 12

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Workshop: "Yoga, Habit, and Addiction" with Robert Birnberg

Human beings are creatures of habit. Yoga teaches that these unconscious patterns or ‘samskaras’ can provide stability and comfort in the face of life’s...

Foro Interreligioso: "A imagen y semejanza de Dios: Nuestra relación con Dios y los unos con los otros"

Se ha acabado el cupo para este evento. Si Ud. no ha reservado su espacio antes o no es integrante de las clases del Instituto Bíblico o Cuidado Pastoral,...

Interfaith Forum: “In the Divine Image: Our Relationship to God and to Each Other”

Los Angeles is at once the largest Catholic archdiocese in the United States, and the most religiously diverse city in the world. It has the second largest...

Social Justice Series: Artists Speak XVII

Students explore issues of social justice through the arts. Reception following in the George A.V. Dunning Courtyard.

Crosswords

A series of scenes and one act plays with professional actors and LMU alums performing in a fundraiser for the Sam Wasson Theatre Arts Scholarship...

Monday, November 13

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Enhancing Reflection through Peer Feedback

This talk focuses on Peer-Assisted Reflection (PAR), a set of techniques for promoting individual reflection through peer feedback. Daniel Reinholz of San...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Ongoing New Faculty Orientation Workshop

Faculty Service Report Workshop Presenter: Deena J. Gonzalez, Ph.D., Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs

Man Destroys Nature? Gender, History, and the Feminist Praxis of Re-framing Environmental Politics

Traci Voyales, proffesor of women's and gender studies, will be presenting the third lecture in the LMU 2017-2018 Environmental Lecture Series: Imagining a...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

 2017 Bioethics Graduate Student Symposium

The Bioethics Institute is hosting its third annual Bioethics Graduate Student Symposium on Monday, November 13th, from 6:30-9 p.m. This is an opportunity...

MNS - The Handmaid's Tale - A Conversation with Dorothy Fortenberry

The Handmaid's Tale, a Hulu original adaptation of Margaret Atwood's classic novel, won eight Emmys for its first season, including Outstanding Drama Series....

Tuesday, November 14

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Faculty Pub Night: Gregory Ruzzin

Students, staff, faculty, alumni, and any members of the public are all invited to the 2017-2018 series of Faculty Pub Night at the William H. Hannon...

Presentation and Book Signing with alumna Natalie Janji, author of The Miracle Morning for College Students

Natalie Janji graduated from LMU in 2016 with a B.S. in Chemistry. She will return to LMU on Tuesday, November 14 to discuss her Amazon #1 best-selling book,...

World Fest presents Third Tuesday: The Art of Sushi Making

Join us as we celebrate World Fest featuring Third Tuesday: The Art of Sushi Making. Sponsored by Center for Asian Business, Office for International...

Wednesday, November 15

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

2018 Applications Available

Current high school freshman, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply to pre-college summer programs at LMU!

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Executive MBA Info Session Webinar

Prospective students are invited to participate in an online information session via WebEx to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

The Aesthetics and Artistry of Hanbok

Hanbok is the traditional dress of Korea. These elegant garments are now worn during traditional festivals and celebrations, and are characterized by subtle...

Walk-through with Carolyn Castaño and Laband Director Karen Rapp

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Bioethics Coffee Hour - Wednesday 6-7pm

The Bioethics Institute will be hosting Coffee Hour before class on Wednesdays every week of the fall 2017 semester. Coffee Hour is an opportunity for...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

CBA Career Discovery

Join LMU alumni from the College of Business, Dean Dennis Draper, and fellow students to learn more about the variety of exciting career opportunities...

MBA Information Session

Prospective students are invited to attend an information session to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

An Evening of Concert Dance

LMU Dance Program presents choreography from the finest faculty and local and national guest artists, who will present works performed by current dance...

Thursday, November 16

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Academic Honesty Workshop

The Core is hosting an Academic Honesty Workshop on Thursday, November 16th from 11:30am to 12:30pm in the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE, UHall 3000)....

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Economics Seminar Series: Thomas Herndon

Speaker: Dr. Thomas Herndon, LMU About the Speaker Dr. Herndon will be presenting: Punishment or Forgiveness? Loan Modifications in Private Label...

Origami and Greeting Card Making

Learn how to make origami and greeting cards with Prof. Hiromi Kinjo.

An Evening of Concert Dance

LMU Dance Program presents choreography from the finest faculty and local and national guest artists, who will present works performed by current dance...

Friday, November 17

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities

This exhibition, Revelations: Afro-Brazilian Art and Identities, shows the multiple and important ways in which Dr. Paulo Lima addresses the complexities of...

Traveling Along the Silk Road

Traveling along the Historic Silk Road" is a one hour talk presented by Dr. Melody Rodari and Art History senior Alexandra Henry chronicling their journey...

Gratitude Shabbat

Begin your week of Thanksgiving with us! You'll be glad you did! Everyone is welcome. Shabbat Shalom.

Startup Weekend Los Angeles 2017

LMU students, faculty, alumni and parents are invited to the 4th annual Startup Weekend Los Angeles where designers, developers, marketers, engineers and...

An Evening of Concert Dance

LMU Dance Program presents choreography from the finest faculty and local and national guest artists, who will present works performed by current dance...

Saturday, November 18

11th Annual Drawing Circus

Every fall semester, all Drawing Area students participate in the Annual Drawing Circus. Each student submits a framed drawing, which will be hung gallery...

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Workshop: "Dreamwork as a Pathway to Healing and Wholeness" with Dr. Noreen Cannon Au

Dreams are a powerful source of self-discovery, personal growth, healing and integration. A dream is like an inner counselor. It helps us to see ourselves...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: 12th Annual Drawing Circus

12th ANNUAL DRAWING CIRCUS. Every fall semester, all Drawing Area students participate in the Annual Drawing Circus. Visiting artists, performers, and LMU...

 “Stay Tuned” An Afternoon of Chamber Music and Opera

Music students perform in mixed chamber ensembles featuring percussion, piano, strings, voice, and winds.

 “Stay Tuned” An Evening of Chamber Music and Opera

Music students perform in mixed chamber ensembles featuring percussion, piano, strings, and voice.

An Evening of Concert Dance

LMU Dance Program presents choreography from the finest faculty and local and national guest artists, who will present works performed by current dance...

Sunday, November 19

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Ignatian Heritage Month: “Jesuit Educated For…?”

Join Residence Life and ACTI for a series of conversations and programs surrounding vocation, personal calling, and how being #JesuitEducated forms and sends...

Jewish Studies Sunday Book Group: Henna House

Please join us for a discussion of Henna House by Nomi Eve. The discussion will be moderated by Rabbi Joshua Kalev (Congregation Tikvat Jacob Beth...

Monday, November 20

18TH ANNUAL WORLDFEST

WorldFest 2017 - LMU's 18th Annual Celebration of International Education and Exchange The Office for International Students and Scholars and our campus...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

"We Will Shoot Back: Armed Resistance in the Mississippi Freedom Movement"

Akinyele Umoja, Professor and Department Chair of African-American Studies at Georgia State University discusses his book, "We Will Shoot Back: Armed...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

Tuesday, November 21

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Wednesday, November 22

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Bioethics Coffee Hour - Wednesday 6-7pm

The Bioethics Institute will be hosting Coffee Hour before class on Wednesdays every week of the fall 2017 semester. Coffee Hour is an opportunity for...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

Thursday, November 23

Friday, November 24

Monday, November 27

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Center for Asian Business Lecture: "Is War Looming on the Korean Peninsula?"

The Center for Asian Business welcomes Philip Yun, Executive Director & COO of Ploughshares Fund and former Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

MNS - Tribes of Palos Verdes Advance Screening

Please join us for an in-person Q&A with Loyola High alums The Malloy Brothers as they present a special advance screening of their latest feature from IFC...

Tuesday, November 28

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Free Movie Screening: Strike A Pose

LMU's Department of Dance will be screening the award-winning documentary, Strike A Pose, a movie about a group of dancers struggling with AIDS and...

Wednesday, November 29

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship Program Info Session

Funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, the 2017 Thomas R. Pickering...

Getting it Done: A Faculty Panel on Program Assessment

Assessment helps us to do our best work as faculty. Through it we improve our teaching, our curriculum, student advising and more. In Getting it Done, a...

Bioethics Coffee Hour - Wednesday 6-7pm

The Bioethics Institute will be hosting Coffee Hour before class on Wednesdays every week of the fall 2017 semester. Coffee Hour is an opportunity for...

Relax in the Stacks

Need a little stress relief after a strenuous workout or a long day? Sign up for a 30-minute table massage appointment with a certified massage therapist....

Thursday, November 30

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present the firstsurvey exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist CarolynCastaño. Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has...

Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's’ Archives & Special Collections Fall exhibition traces the history of the human concept of mystery, exploring our pursuit of...

November 2017