Events

September 2017

Friday, September 1

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...

Faculty Meet & Greet

The Center for Teaching Exellence warmly welcomes all faculty members to the CTE classroom (UH 3030) to enjoy good conversation with wine and cheese.

I and You by Lauren Gunderson

Homebound due to illness, Caroline hasn’t been to school in months when Anthony shows up unexpectedly with an English assignment due the next day. As these...

Saturday, September 2

I and You by Lauren Gunderson

Homebound due to illness, Caroline hasn’t been to school in months when Anthony shows up unexpectedly with an English assignment due the next day. As these...

Monday, September 4

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...

Tuesday, September 5

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...

Wednesday, September 6

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...

History In The Headlines - Confederate Monuments: Whose History? What Heritage

A roundtable discussion with students and faculty of the Departments of African American Studies and History.

Advances in Research on Learning and Teaching

Nobel Laureate and distinguished educational researcher Carl Wieman will talk to LMU faculty, proposing a new way to evaluate teaching effectiveness. His...

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...

Alternative Breaks Info Night

Come learn about the Center for Service and Action's Alternative Breaks Program and all of the trips that will be offered for the 2017-2018 year! The...

Info Session: Degree Completion Program in Theological Studies

Beginning January 2018, LMU Extension will launch a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree Completion Program in San Bernardino. Degree Completion means that the...

Thursday, September 7

Last Day to Drop Course(s) for 90% refund for eligible students*

* Students who have paid tuition by the semester hour are eligible for tuition only refunds per semester hour, based on the published sliding scale. Full...

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...

Debate: "What Preserves Catholic Identity?"

What gives a university its Catholic identity? How can and should it be preserved? Join us for a spirited but substantive discussion. Part of the Bellarmine...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

Charlottesville: Hate Speech, Violence and the Constitution

Please join the Departments of Political Science, African American Studies, Jewish Studies, and The Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination for a talk on...

Seaver College New Student Welcome BBQ

The Center for Student Success invites you to our 4th annual New Student Welcome BBQ! Come out and mingle with Seaver College new students and fellow faculty...

Friday, September 8

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Carolyn Castaño

Over the past fifteen years, Castaño has worked across a range of media including drawing, collage, painting, video, and installation. Her work is known for...

Science Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific

Kathleen Purvis, Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Science at the Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, and Scripps Colleges, will discuss air pollution from...

Saturday, September 9

Contemplative Practices Certificate Program begins at LMU

The Christian mystics understood that union with God is not something to be acquired, but rather something that can be discovered in the very ground of our...

MBA Information Session

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

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

Workshop: "Historical Perspectives on Social Change" with Dr. Christopher Key Chapple

Social change through nonviolent methods has a long global history. This workshop will explore how the silent meditation of the Quakers helped bring about...

Sunday, September 10

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

Workshop: "Gandhi and Yoga: Personal Transformation Social Change" with Dr. Veena Howard

Join Dr. Veena Howard in an exploration of Gandhi’s yogic disciplines he used to transform his personal life and bring social change. We’ll also learn how...

Jewish Studies Sunday Book Group: After Abel and Other Stories

Please join us for a discussion of After Abel and Other Stories by Michal Lemberger. The author will join us for the discussion! The Sunday Jewish Book and...

Monday, September 11

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

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....

The LMU Dance Faculty Showing

An evening of dance performed by the LMU Dance faculty and friends. Reception to follow. I’m a dance teacher!! I don’t have an inside voice! ~Someone Awesome

Tuesday, September 12

Economics Seminar Series

Speaker: Dr. Giorgio Coricelli USC Dornsife About the Speaker: https://dornsife.usc.edu/cf/faculty-and-staff/faculty.cfm?pid=1032953 For the full list...

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...

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

History Department Welcome Lunch!

Please join the History Department for a Welcome Lunch with students and faculty! Free pizza and snacks for all!

NSF GRFP Info Session

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology,...

Slice of Service

Slice of Service, which is sponsored by the Center for Service and Action, is a chance for LMU students to meet leaders of various service and justice clubs...

Faculty Pub Night: Kayoko Okada

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...

Wednesday, September 13

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

#SaveMooreStreet: Heritage Activism and Historical Consciousness in Dublin 2016

Emily Lucitt (UCLA) will speak on the connections between public history and heritage activism through the lens of #savemoorestreet movement. In 1966, to...

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, September 14

Last day to drop course(s) for 70% course refund for eligible students*

* Students who have paid tuition by the semester hour are eligible for tuition only refunds per semester hour, based on the published sliding scale. Full...

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

Mass of the Holy Spirit

President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., invites you to celebrate the Mass of the Holy Spirit. Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 12 p.m. Mass Sacred Heart Chapel Lunch...

Mystery, Imagination, and the Catholic University

Join us to celebrate the launch of the Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination’s yearlong theme of “The Idea of a Catholic University in the 21st Century...

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...

Friday, September 15

Deadline To Change Meal Plan

Today is the last day for students to make changes to their Meal Plan for the 2017-2018 academic year. All requests must be submit online and SHO Student...

Fifth Annual Justice on Trial Film Festival: Exposing Injustice...Exploring Solutions

This Justice on Trial Film Festival is a showcase of the most compelling content in the criminal justice reform movement today. The festival speaks to the...

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: CAROLE KIM, Artist

Carole Kim is an interdisciplinary artist with a focus on media installation and video projection for live immersive environments. She experiments...

Constitution Day 2017: "From 9/11 to Trump: Reflections on 15 Years of Immigrants' Rights Advocacy"

Please join us for our annual Constitution Day with guest speaker Ahilan Arulanantham. Refreshments will be provided after.

3:15pm

Saturday, September 16

Fifth Annual Justice on Trial Film Festival: Exposing Injustice...Exploring Solutions

This Justice on Trial Film Festival is a showcase of the most compelling content in the criminal justice reform movement today. The festival speaks to the...

Annual LMU Yoga Day

Yoga Day is LMU's annual celebration of the Yoga tradition, experience, and its many expressions—past, present, and future. The event is completely free and...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

MBA Welcome Back BBQ

All new and returning MBA students are invited to the Welcome Back BBQ! This annual event is hosted by the MBA Student Association (MBASA). Click here to RSVP.

Sunday, September 17

Fifth Annual Justice on Trial Film Festival: Exposing Injustice...Exploring Solutions

This Justice on Trial Film Festival is a showcase of the most compelling content in the criminal justice reform movement today. The festival speaks to the...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

Monday, September 18

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

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, September 19

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

Economics Seminar Series: Ricardo Perez-Truglia

Speaker: Dr. Ricardo Perez-Truglia, UCLA About the Speaker For the full list of Economics Seminar Series events, visit the website here.

HISTORY MATTERS - Rasputin and the Russian Revolution: On the Trail of the Siberian Mystic

To mark the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, award-winning author and independent scholar Douglas Smith will give a lecture on his book, "Faith,...

Info Session: Clinical Medical Assistant Certificate Program

Prospective students are invited to attend an open information session for LMU Extension's newest professional program: Clinical Medical Assistant. The...

Third Tuesday Open Mic Night

Come and Showcase your Musical Talent. Free boba to the first 25 students.

Wednesday, September 20

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

The Center for Urban Resilience: Using Social-Ecological Science to Inform and Empower Communities

This will be the first event in the LMU 2017-2018 Environmental Lecture Series: Imagining a Resilient Future. The lecture series, presented by the LMU...

Women's and Gender Studies Fall Welcome

Come meet faculty, alumni, fellow students, and special guest Carina Chocano, author of "You Play the Girl - And Other Vexing Stories That Tell Women Who...

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....

MBA Information Session

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

Thursday, September 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...

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...

Comix in the Classroom

This show in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery will feature comix that were produced over the last two years by students in several courses taught by...

Fall 2017 Career Expo

The Office for Career and Professional Development will be hosting a Career Expo for LMU students and alumni. Click here for a list of employers that will...

Friday, September 22

Last day to drop course(s) for 50% course refund for eligible students*

* Students who have paid tuition by the semester hour are eligible for tuition only refunds per semester hour, based on the published sliding scale. Full...

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...

Friday Faculty Colloquium

Presenter: Marne Campbell, Dept. of African American Studies Topic: “Making Black Los Angeles”

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Jose Lozano

Jose Lozano received his Master of Fine Arts from California State University, Fullerton. His drawings and paintings have been exhibited widely at venues...

Workshop: "Being an Alcohol and Drug Counselor" with Fay Craton

Are you interested in becoming a counselor working in the field of alcohol and drug addictions? If so, this workshop is strongly recommended. This highly...

Houston We Have a Problem: Art + Music Benefit Show in Support of Hurricane Harvey Relief

Join us on Friday, September 22, 2017 in Thomas P. Kelly Art Gallery by the upper campus flagpoles from 7pm-11pm for an art and music show benefiting...

Saturday, September 23

Information Exhibit: San Fernando Regional Religious Education Congress

The LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality will have an information table and program representative at the San Fernando Religious Education Congress in...

Workshop: "Exploring the Foundations of Contemplative Living" with Dr. James Finley

Dr. James Finley will guide us in an in-depth, experiential introduction into the ancient wisdom of contemplative Christianity that the saints and mystics...

Carolyn Castaño: A Female Topography, 2001-2017: Artist Reception

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

Sunday, September 24

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...

Pastoral Care and Cuidado Pastoral Programs comienzan/begin in San Bernardino

Program in English The Pastoral Care professional certificate program provides practical suggestions and models both for the direct service of those...

School of Education at the LMU 64th Annual Alumni BBQ

Calling all School of Education alumni! Come back to the bluff to see old friends and to make new ones at the Alumni BBQ. Visit representatives from the...

Ice Cream Social

Join Seaver College alumni, their families, members of Seaver's senior class, faculty and staff for a casual Ice Cream Social during the 64th Annual LMU...

The Material Culture of War: Highlights from the Lawrence Tritle Collection

Stop by the William H. Hannon Library for a sneak peek at our newest acquisition, part of a gift from LMU Professor of History Lawrence Tritle. The materials...

Monday, September 25

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...

Public Reading of I Am Jazz

In celebration of Banned Books Week, the William H. Hannon Library will be hosting a public reading of I Am Jazz, a book about childhood and gender identity...

Info Session: Clinical Medical Assistant Certificate Program

Prospective students are invited to attend an open information session for LMU Extension's newest professional program: Clinical Medical Assistant. The...

Pizza & Politics: "How Are We to Respond to Donald Trump?"

The Global Policy Institute @ LMU and the Department of Political Science invite you to a talk with former Congressman Marty Russo. Pizza and salad will be...

Ongoing New Faculty Orientation Workshop

“Teaching Challenges and Teaching Strategies” Presenter: Vincent Coletta, Ph.D., Director, Center for Teaching Excellence

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, September 26

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...

Excel: Workbook Essentials for Busy People

This class is intended for users who are new to Excel and want to get an overview of essential Excel skills. During the class, you will learn how to start a...

Common Book Panel Discussion

The Common Book Program presents a moderated panel of LMU faculty discussing this year’s Common Book, Shūsaku Endō’s “Silence,” from interdisciplinary...

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...

Goldwater Info Session

The Barry Goldwater Scholarship was created to encourage outstanding students to pursue research careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering...

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,...

Open House

RSVP (to receive free parking) to linda.claros@lmu.edu.

 Understanding Others: Ignatian Reflections on an Intellectual Virtue

A public lecture by Dr. Stephen Grimm, Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Fordham University in New York. In his Spiritual...

Accounting Ethics Lecture: Steven Burdick

The Dreier Chair in Accounting Ethics Distinguished Speaker Series welcomes Steven Burdick, executive vice president and CFO of Tetra Tech, for a...

Wednesday, September 27

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...

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...

What Factors Influence LMU Student Persistence and Graduation?

The Office of Institutional Research and Decision Support (IRDS) conducted two research studies of new freshmen to identify factors related to first-year...

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....

Sunset Yoga

Relax and unwind with an all-levels yoga flow outdoor class while watching the sunset on the bluff with you friends! Enjoy FitWell giveaways and...

Center for Asian Business Movie Screening: "Lion"

The Asian Pacific Student Services, South Asian Student Association and Center for Asian Business present a special screening of "Lion." Five year old Saroo...

Info Session: Degree Completion Program in Theological Studies

Beginning January 2018, LMU Extension will launch a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree Completion Program in San Bernardino. Degree Completion means that the...

Thursday, September 28

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...

Social Justice Discourse

A chance for Community Based Learning (CBL) and other students to have an open discussion and reflection about a prevailing social justice issue!

BETWEEN US: CO-TRANSLATION AS CREATIVE (INTER)PLAY

Poet-translators and collaborators Anna Rosenwong and María José Giménez explore the intersections between their individual and collaborative practices, and...

LMU Film Finance Forecast

LMU's College of Business Administration, School of Film and Television, and Entertainment Finance Alumni Network, in association with L.A. MBA, present an...

Friday, September 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...

Theological Studies Student Welcome

"Theological Sudies at Work: Media and Activism" Drs. Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu, Amir Hussain, and Catherine Osborne will talk about their own media and...

Seaver Staff Suicide Prevention Education

The goal of Student Psychological Services this year is to build staff and faculty awareness about suicide prevention due to the increase in suicide...

Part-Time Faculty Travel Grants

Application Deadline. Travel Grants are given to assist continuing Part-Time Faculty traveling to recognized conferences, workshops, and meetings of...

Saturday, September 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...

ServeLA 2017

Register for the largest service day of the year! Join your fellow first-year students and student leaders for a day of service at the Los Angeles Regional...

Art Psychotherapy Workshop

LMU Graduate Department of Marital and Family Therapy offers a half-day workshop on the therapeutic application of the visual arts. Registration is...

Art Therapy Information Session

The faculty of LMU’s Graduate Department in Marital and Family (Art) Therapy invite you to an information session on education and training in the field of...

September 2017