Events

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...

Thursday, November 9