Events

January 18 - February 16, 2020

Saturday, January 18

January 2020 De Colores

Since 1985, LMU students have been making the 145-mile journey to Tijuana, Mexico through the De Colores program. These monthly faith-based service-immersion...

Sunday, January 19

Sunday Jewish Book Group: The Jewbird by Bernard Malamud

Join us on January 19 at 2:00 p.m. for a discussion of "The Jewbird" by Bernard Malamud. You can read the short story online (link to full text). The...

January 2020 De Colores

Since 1985, LMU students have been making the 145-mile journey to Tijuana, Mexico through the De Colores program. These monthly faith-based service-immersion...

Monday, January 20

Tuesday, January 21

Feed The Hungry - Spring 2020

For nearly 20 years, students, faculty, & staff have volunteered their lunch hour to make and deliver sandwiches to our homeless neighbors at the Annenberg...

Faith & Justice Grant Workshop Flyer

Join us, to discuss the Faith & Justice curriculum development and research grants, sponsored by the Office of Faculty Affairs & Associate Provost for...

What's Next? A Guide to Postgrad Fellowships

In this one-hour, interactive session, students will learn about a plethora of postgrad fellowship opportunities, tailored to their interests and goals. ONIF...

What's Next? A Guide to Postgrad Fellowships

In this one-hour, interactive session, students will learn about a plethora of postgrad fellowship opportunities, tailored to their interests and goals. ONIF...

Faculty Pub Night: Arnab Banerji

Note: If you are interested in attending this event, please RSVP here or select the "Register" button on this page. The fifth Faculty Pub Night of the...

Wednesday, January 22

Implicit Bias Workshop Flyer

This workshop will explore how implicit biases form in our brains, their impact on other people and society, and strategies we can take to mitigate the...

Pop Up Exhibit: Knitting and Weaving and Embroidery

Do you knit, crochet, embroider, weave, or do needlework? The library is hosting a pop up exhibit on Wednesday, January 22 in the Archives and Special...

History In The Headlines - The History & Politics Of Impeachment

A roundtable discussion and Q&A with faculty from History, Political Science, and Loyola Law. Come join experts from History, Political Science, and the Law...

Executive MBA Info Session Webinar

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

Thursday, January 23

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Celebration and Prayer Breakfast

LMU's Office of Black Student Services and Mission and Ministry cordially invite the campus community to join us in a celebration of the indelible life and...

SeaverX Barbeque

Learn about various Seaver engineering clubs, and enjoy some food!

Graduate Yoga Studies Students Class of 2021

Graduate Yoga Studies is now accepting applications for Fall 2020! Join us for an onsite information session at LMU. We'd love to answer your questions...

Friday, January 24

Last Day for 90% Refund

Last day to drop course(s) for 90% course refund for eligible students* Last day to withdraw from LMU for 90% refund * Consult the refund/cancellation...

Chinese New Year Celebration

Come together with the Chinese Language program at LMU to celebrate the Chinese New Year with Chinese arts, crafts, games, dumpling making, and cuisine....

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: ADAM ARENSON, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, Director of the Urban Studies Program (Manhattan College) 

“Millard Sheets and Midcentury Modern LA: Unknown Gems and Preservation Challenges” Adam Arenson is an associate professor of history and the director of...

Saturday, January 25

MBA and M.S. Information Session

Prospective students are invited to participate in an information session to learn more about our MBA, M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Business Analytics and...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Artist's Talk: Betsabeé Romero

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to welcome renowned contemporary Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero to campus. About the artist Betsabeé Romero lives and...

Artist's Reception: Betsabeé Romero

Celebrate the opening of Caravan with artists Betsabeé Romero, José Garcia Moreno and David Garden. Refreshments will be served.

Sunday, January 26

21st Annual Concerts of Music for Children

Bring the family for a delightful afternoon of music geared towards children and families at the 21st annual LMU Children's Concerts sponsored by LMU Music's...

21st Annual Concerts of Music for Children

Bring the family for a delightful afternoon of music geared towards children and families at the 21st annual LMU Children's Concerts sponsored by LMU Music's...

Monday, January 27

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Digital Storytelling Flyer

Participants will explore Sway, Spark, and StoryMaps as digital storytelling tools for content creation. Please RSVP by emailing teachers@lmu.edu

Mietek Boduszynski

Should the US offer more support to the Middle East and Northern Africa to democratize? Join us in a discussion with Mietek Boduszynski about his book "US...

Tuesday, January 28

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Brightspace Workshop Flyer

In this workshop, participants will examine three easy to use methods for providing student feedback in Brightspace that do not require a lot of time....

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Feed The Hungry - Spring 2020

For nearly 20 years, students, faculty, & staff have volunteered their lunch hour to make and deliver sandwiches to our homeless neighbors at the Annenberg...

University Chairs' Workshop: FSR and Faculty Evaluation

Join us for University Chairs' Workshop: Faculty Service Reports and Faculty Evaluations! Please RSVP by emailing teachers@lmu.edu

So What is this Thing Called Research and How Can I Use it in My Life?

This interactive session is designed for undergraduate students who are interested in understanding more about research. Learn how research is essential in...

CBA Night at the Movies: Miss Representation

In a society where media is the most persuasive force shaping cultural norms, the message that young women and men overwhelmingly face is that a woman’s...

Wednesday, January 29

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

360° Video for Teaching and Learning

Workshop participants will learn about our new Insta360° cameras and how instructors and students can create immersive video content -minimal tehnical skills...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

University Chairs' Workshop: FSR and Faculty Evaluations

Join us for University Chairs' Workshop: Faculty Service Reports and Faculty Evaluations! Please RSVP by emailing teachers@lmu.edu

Graduate Theological Studies Open House

The Graduate Theological Studies Program invites you to learn more about our M.A. programs in Theology and Pastoral Theology at our upcoming open house on...

Wednesday Evening Lecture: Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa

Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa is a Kundalini Yoga Therapist who will speak on The Psychology of Health Recovery. RSVP Here!

Thursday, January 30

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Expanding Your Knowledge: LGBTQ Training Session

This training session hopes to answer basic questions, build skills, and engage faculty in discussions around how to make classes more intentionally...

Poverty Simulation Exercise

What does it mean to live in poverty? Participate in a poverty simulation exercise where students, faculty and staff will be assigned roles as members of...

Opening Reception for Spring 2020 Archives & Special Collections Exhibition

Note: If you are interested in attending this event, please RSVP here or select the "Register" button on this page. Join us on January 30 at 5:30 p.m. for...

Friday, January 31

Last Day for 70% Refund

Last day to drop course(s) for 70% course refund for eligible students* Last day to withdraw from LMU for 70% refund * Consult the refund/cancellation...

Undergraduate Incomplete Deadline

Last day for undergraduates to submit coursework for Fall 2019 grades of Incomplete

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

VR in my Classroom?

In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to hear from assorted LMU faculty who are currently working with Virtual reality (VR) for teaching...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

How to Fund Graduate or Professional School Webinar

Learn about funding pathways for graduate and professional school. Topics covered include: financial aid, internal and external scholarship and fellowship...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Michael Ano, Artist, Art Educator, Curator

Contemplating the transmission of ideas and its correlative relationship to systems of power- Ano makes alternative platforms for information distribution,...

Impulse: A Student-Driven Dance Extravaganza!

All bets are off when the faculty step aside and let the students’ imaginations run wild! “Get up and dance…seriously, it feels AWESOME!” FREE and OPEN

Saturday, February 1

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

A Celebration of Music by Virko Baley

A recital of works by renowned Ukrainian-American composer Virko Baley presented by LMU faculty Veera Khare Asher (soprano), Ken Aiso (violin/viola), Rik...

Impulse: A Student-Driven Dance Extravaganza!

All bets are off when the faculty step aside and let the students’ imaginations run wild! “Get up and dance…seriously, it feels AWESOME!” FREE and OPEN

Monday, February 3

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Polling: Taking the Temperature

Polling is a great way to "take the temperature" anonymously and see if your class is ready to move on. Learn how/when to use tools like Kahoot! or Poll...

Tuesday, February 4

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

CSJ Center 2020 Symposium

21st Century Technology: Creative Possibilities and Ethical Conundrums This year, the CSJ Center for Reconciliation and Justice will tackle techonology and...

TurnItIn Feedback Studio

Participating faculty will learn how to annotate and critique student work, explore the originality check toolset, and consider academic honesty and...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Feed The Hungry - Spring 2020

For nearly 20 years, students, faculty, & staff have volunteered their lunch hour to make and deliver sandwiches to our homeless neighbors at the Annenberg...

Justice and Spirituality on Screen: Technology and the Human Imagination

The CSJ Center for Reconciliation & Justice invites you to this special Justice and Spirituality on Screen screening and discussion, which opens the 2020 CSJ...

Wednesday, February 5

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

CSJ Center 2020 Symposium

21st Century Technology: Creative Possibilities and Ethical Conundrums This year, the CSJ Center for Reconciliation and Justice will tackle techonology and...

Digital Citizenship

This workshop will explore the best practices of "netiquette" and help faculty to establish and communicate a code of conduct for students engagement in...

Adobe Sign Preview

Join us for a demo session on LMU's eSignature tool - Adobe Sign, a cloud-based e-signature service that lets you send, sign, track, and manage signature...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

CSJ Symposium Session: Technology, Water and Community Sustainability

The theme of the 2020 CSJ Center Symposium is "21st Century Technology: Creative Possibilities and Ethical Conundrums." As part of the symposium, a wide...

Medical School Admissions Panel

This is an opportunity for students to learn about different medical schools and admissions, as well as meet face to face with admissions representatives....

Thursday, February 6

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

CSJ Center 2020 Symposium

21st Century Technology: Creative Possibilities and Ethical Conundrums This year, the CSJ Center for Reconciliation and Justice will tackle techonology and...

Implicit Bias Workshop

This workshop will explore how implicit bias es from in our brains, their impact on other people and society, and strategies we can take to mitigate the...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Digital Citizenship Workshop (Part of the CSJ Symposium)

Note: If you are interested in attending this event, please RSVP here or select the "Register" button on this page. Space is limited. “How do we critically...

Friday, February 7

Last Day for 50% Refund

Last day to drop course(s) for 50% course refund for eligible students* Last day to withdraw from LMU for 50% refund * Consult the refund/cancellation...

Undergraduate Research Symposium Application

Apply for the 12th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium! Application opens in January 2020. More information on the event, workshops or application at...

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Graduate Yoga Studies Students Class of 2021

Graduate Yoga Studies is now acepting applications for Fall 2020! Join us for an onsite information session at LMU. We'd love to answer your questions about...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series:  Ramesh Srinivasa, Professor of Information Studies and Design|Media (UCLA)

RAMESH SRINIVASAN, Professor of Information Studies and Design|Media (UCLA), Director of UC Center for Global Digital Cultures. Ramesh Srinivasan studies...

Millenium Space Systems Site Visit (8 spots available)

Open to undergrad and graduate, U.S. Citizens only. Students can apply at https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/416299 Hosted by Matthew Stein '20 and...

Saturday, February 8

 Built to Scale: A Masterclass in What It Takes to Win in Entrepreneurship

Are you an entrepreneur, aspiring startup founder or part of a startup and looking for a way around some tough roadblocks? Get answers to your burning...

Executive MBA Info Session

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

Workshop: "Call to Detachment: Theology and Spirituality of Meister Eckhart" with Dr. Jim Finley and Dr. Charlotte Radler

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invite you to this public workshop with Dr. Jim Finley and Dr. Charlotte Radler. This two-part workshop examines the...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Racism in America:  What Is Mine to Do?  A 1.5 Day Workshop

The answers to the question, "What Is Mine to Do?" lie in your story. Your personal, intimate story reveals what life has taught you about racism. Chart your...

Sunday, February 9

Sunday Jewish Book Group: Jewish History: A Very Short Introduction

Join us on February 9 at 2:00 p.m. for a discussion of Jewish History: A Very Short Introduction by David N. Myers. The discussion will be lead by Amir...

Monday, February 10

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Tuesday, February 11

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Flipping Your Classroom

Faculty will explore stategies for delivering instructional content online to outside of their classroom, with the goal of "flipping" activities so that...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Feed The Hungry - Spring 2020

For nearly 20 years, students, faculty, & staff have volunteered their lunch hour to make and deliver sandwiches to our homeless neighbors at the Annenberg...

DNA modification: let's talk about it!

Three 20-minute lectures about the cutting edge of genetics set the stage for moderated audience discussion. Bioethcist Roberto Dell'Oro talks about the...

Wednesday, February 12

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Assessment Design

Faculty will learn how to develop adaptable question pools and create randomized sections for exams wherein every student takes a different quiz/test.

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

ONIF Open House

Students, Faculty, and Staff are cordially invited to tour ONIF! Free food and giveaways! More details to come! Leavey Suite 1 is near the Habit Burger and...

LMU Speaks: The Unspeakable

Save the date! Our signature LMU storytelling event is back for a fourth year. More details coming soon.

Thursday, February 13

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

First-Gen and Proud Flyer Information

Join us as we hear from First To Go student voices, explore current trends in First-Gen student success practices, and share some of the conversations that...

Baldacci Family Vineyards Wine Tasting with Special Guest Michael Balducci

The Loyola Marymount University Playa Vista Campus welcomes Baldacci Family Vineyards for a special afternoon of wine tasting as well as an engaging and...

CBA Night at LMU Men's Basketball Game

All CBA alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents and friends are invited to the second annual College of Business Administration (CBA) Night at the LMU...

Friday, February 14

Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2020 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

hypothes.is

Faculty participants will learn how to use hypothes.is with their students and how it supports peer review and asynchronous learning.

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: James Rojas, Urban Planner, Community Activist, Artist

James Rojas is an urban planner, community activist, and artist. He has developed an innovative public-engagement and community-visioning method that uses...

Gilman Scholarship Walk-In Hours

LMU Gilman applicants*, drop by ONIF to: Receive essay and/or follow-on service project feedbackAsk eligibility or other application questions Learn more...

February 2020 De Colores

Since 1985, LMU students have been making the 145-mile journey to Tijuana, Mexico through the De Colores program. These monthly faith-based service-immersion...

Saturday, February 15

February 2020 De Colores

Since 1985, LMU students have been making the 145-mile journey to Tijuana, Mexico through the De Colores program. These monthly faith-based service-immersion...

Workshop: "Mindful Communication" with Maureen Shannon-Chapple

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invites you this Yoga, Mindfulness and Social Change workshop of with yogi and educator Maureen Shannon-Chapple. This...

Graduate Open House

A representative from the Department of Marital and Family Therapy Specializing in Art Therapy will be at the Spring 2020 Graduate Programs Open House on...

Graduate Open House Feb. 15, 2020

The Graduate Division and the Graduate Theological Studies Program cordially invite you to learn more about our M.A. in Theology and Pastoral Theology...

Students listening to presentation

LMU offers graduate programs in Science & Engineering, Education, Liberal Arts, Film & Television, Communication & Fine Arts, Business Administration, and...

Caravan

The Laband Art Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative art installation conceived by internationally-recognized Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero with...

Faculty Composition Recital: Mark Saya

A program of 21st-century works for piano including Just-These Pieces, the Joseph Cornell-inspired Cabinet of Dreams (first performance), and Joshu's Piano...

Sunday, February 16

Workshop: "Mindfulness, Stress Reduction and Societal Change" with Dr. Christiane Wolf

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invites you to this Yoga, Mindfulness and Social Change workshop of with scholar and author Christiane Wolf, M.D.,...

February 2020 De Colores

Since 1985, LMU students have been making the 145-mile journey to Tijuana, Mexico through the De Colores program. These monthly faith-based service-immersion...

January 18 - February 16, 2020