Events

October 19 - November 17, 2018

Friday, October 19

GNG Green Earth Film Festival

Now in its 6th year, the Gottlieb Native Garden Green Earth Film Festival is a global showcase of compelling films that shed light on issues critical to our...

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Student Tuition Refund Deadline

Last day to drop a class(es) or withdraw from LMU for 25% tuition refund - no refund available after this date

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Brightspace 300: Grades Workshop

Please join us for our Brightspace 300: Grades workshop offered by our LMU Instructional Technology Team! 12-1pm - Lunch and Workshop 1-1:30pm - Tinker...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series 6.0: EMERGING: ALUMNI PANEL

LMU Art & Art History alumni will share their pre- and post-graduation experiences. Topics will include a discussion of careers in the art field and advice...

Faculty Brown Bag Seminar

Bo Oppenheim, professor of systems engineering, will give a talk with slides and video from his expedition cruise around the island of Svalbard, Spitsbergen...

LMU Children's Center Fall Festival

Our Fall Festival will take place on Friday, Oct. 19th 3 - 9 p.m. at Hannon Field. There will be:*Live Entertainment*Silent Auction*Food &...

October 2018 De Colores

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

MBA Fall Mixer

The LMU MBA Alumni Association invites all MBA alumni and current students to an evening of networking, drinks and appetizers at Shade Hotel in Manhattan...

Haunting of Hannon 666: Inferno

The Haunting of Hannon is back for a sixth year in a row and once again the William H. Hannon Library is teaming up with LMU Theatre Arts students to haunt...

Saturday, October 20

GNG Green Earth Film Festival

Now in its 6th year, the Gottlieb Native Garden Green Earth Film Festival is a global showcase of compelling films that shed light on issues critical to our...

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Info Exhibit: Our Lady of the Angels Regional Religious Education Congress

The LMU Center for Religion & Spirituality will have an information table and program representative at the Our Lady of the Angels Religious Education...

Think Pink 5K Run/Walk

The 12th Annual Think Pink 5K will be held on Saturday, Oct. 20th at 9:45am. Participants will run/walk a 1.5-mile course that starts in front of Gersten...

Business of Distribution Seminar & Business of Film Certificate Program Info Session

Learn about the ever changing distribution landscape for film and television. Between theatrical, home video and streaming services, there are more ways than...

Fall 2018 Graduate School Open House

A representative from the Department of Marital and Family Therapy will be at this event organized by Graduate Admissions to talk about the art therapy...

Graduate Open House

Discover the many graduate programs that LMU has to offer, in master degrees (including MBA, MFA, ED.D., JD, MS, MA and MSE programs), certificate, and...

Open House October 20, 2018

The Graduate Division and The Graduate Theological Studies Program cordially invite you to learn more about our MA in Theology and Pastoral Theology programs...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Haunting of Hannon VI: Family Version

The Haunting of Hannon is back for a sixth year in a row and once again the William H. Hannon Library is teaming up with LMU Theatre Arts students to haunt...

Music Faculty Recital

Department of Music performance faculty and composers present an evening of classical and new music. Reception to follow. FREE AND OPEN

Sunday, October 21

GNG Green Earth Film Festival

Now in its 6th year, the Gottlieb Native Garden Green Earth Film Festival is a global showcase of compelling films that shed light on issues critical to our...

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

LMU Women in Athletics

Join us on Sunday, October 21st for our annual LMU Women in Athletics Day! This year we are hosting our event on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills at St. Supery....

Music Faculty Cello Concert: Michael Kaufman

Faculty member Michael Kaufman performs a wide-ranging recital of cello music on baroque and modern cello, with repertoire spanning three centuries. FREE...

Monday, October 22

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

"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...

Tuesday, October 23

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

2018 President's Convocation Address

LMU President Timothy Law Snyder's 2018 Convocation Address takes place on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. in Sacred Heart Chapel with a luncheon...

Feed The Hungry - Fall 2018

Every Tuesday, we gather in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 AM to prepare 100 sack lunches. Then at 12...

Truman Scholarship Info Session

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship for college students who plan to pursue careers in government or elsewhere in public service....

Black Liberation Theology: Is God Still on the Side of the Oppressed?

Guest speaker, Monica Coleman, will discuss Black Theology and the legacies of James Cone & Katie Cannon, founders of Black Liberation Theology and Womanist...

Beatles for Sam (BTLS4SAM)

A wonderful community gathering, featuring live performances of music by the Beatles in honor of Sam Wasson, performed by LMU student and friends. Donations...

CBA Night at the Movies: "BACKFIRED: When VW Lied to America"

The College of Business Administration introduces a new monthly series called “Cleaning Up Dirty Business: CBA Night at the Movies.” Movies will be shown...

Wednesday, October 24

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Duo Enrollment Drop-In Session

Duo Authentication is required for all faculty and staff eligible for HR benefits. You will be asked to authenticate your identity to access HR Self Service....

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

First Year Seminar Faculty Luncheon

An informal lunch meant to gather faculty feedback on First-Year Seminars. Come and discuss collaboration with writing instructors, the teaching of...

Duo Enrollment Drop-In Session

Duo Authentication is required for all faculty and staff eligible for HR benefits. You will be asked to authenticate your identity to access HR Self Service....

Teaching English Abroad Through Postgrad Fellowships

In this session, ONIF will present the basics of teaching English abroad, such as program structures, benefits, and selection criteria. Fellowships covered...

Raytheon Networking Mixer

Meet and hear from professionals and LMU alumni at Raytheon about their company, careers and opportunities. Raytheon will be bringing representatives to talk...

"Call Her Ganda" Screening

To commemorate LGBT History month, LGBT Student Services, Asian Pacific Student Services, the Center for Asian Business, and Campus Recreation present a...

Immigration, Health Care, and the Duty to Rescue: The Ethical Challenges of an Open Society

The 2018 Annual Bioethics Lecture: Bioethics rests on classical medical-ethical questions about individual physician-patient relationships, but there is...

Becoming an Advanced Beginner: The Great Secret of Yoga Practice

In this free and open-to-the-people lecture, Stephen Parker (Stoma) will explore why the deepest paths of yoga have the least technique. Stephen Parker...

Lecture: "Becoming an Advanced Beginner: The Great Secret of Yoga Practice" by Dr. Stephen Parker

The Graduate Program in Yoga Studies and the Center for Religion & Spirituality invite you to this lecture with Dr. Stephen (Stoma) Parker. Dr. Parker will...

Thursday, October 25

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Eloquentia (Im)perfecta: In a Post-Knowledge Age

A faculty-led discussion on life after knowledge in the world, online, and at LMU.

Revolutions and Councils: 1917-18

The Huffington Ecumenical Institute at LMU presents the 2018 fall symposium: "Revolutions and Councils: 1917-18." This conference focuses on the Bolshevik...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Poetry Reading: Michelle Bitting and Dorothy Barresi

LMU and the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts present Cal State Northridge’s Dorothy Barresi and LMU’s own Michelle Bitting reading from their latest...

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Friday, October 26

LMU Social Justice Debate

LMU has partnered with George Washington University and Morehouse College to develop a series of civic debate conferences which focus on social justice...

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Pedagogy, Equity, and Open Educational Resources

Please join the William H. Hannon Library and the Center for Teaching Excellence for a talk by Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education at the Scholarly...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Faith at the Polls: Religious Voters and Midterm Elections

As the 2018 midterm elections approach, what role will religion play? What about the growing ranks of secular Americans? Immigration, the death penalty, LGBT...

WARSAW 44 Film Screening

Join us for a screening of the film Warsaw 44 (Miasto 44) in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Polish independence. Directed by Jan Komasa, Warsaw 44...

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Saturday, October 27

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

L.A. Cyber Security Summit

The 5th Annual L.A. Cyber Security Summit (organized by part-time lecturer Mehrdad Sharbaf) will take place on Saturday, October 27th from 8:30 a.m. to 3...

Executive MBA Information Session

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

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

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

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invites you to this public Yoga, Mindfulness and Social Change workshop with yoga therapist and author Robert...

Music Faculty Piano Recital: Wojciech Kocyan

In connection with 100th anniversary of Polish Independence, Wojciech Kocyan will present a program of both familiar and lesser-known works by Polish...

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Sunday, October 28

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Workshop: "Yoga Nidra, Human Development and Social Change" with Dr. Stephen Parker

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invites you to this public Yoga, Mindfulness and Social Change workshop with LMU's 2018 Himalayan Yoga...

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Faculty Violin Recital: Ken Aiso

Violin and Viola Faculty Ken Aiso and staff accompanist Valeria Morgovskaya present a program featuring works by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and Schumann. FREE...

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Monday, October 29

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics Symposium

Join Loyola Marymount University's College of Business Administration, The Partnership on AI, and industry and community leaders to examine ethical questions...

Tuesday, October 30

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Spring 2019 Housing Application opens

Students returning from Study Abroad and any currently enrolled LMU Student looking to live on-campus during the Spring 2019 Semester can now apply to live...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Digital Storytelling

This workshop will explore what digital storytelling is, its value and impact in the classroom, and how to get started incorporating it into teaching....

Feed The Hungry - Fall 2018

Every Tuesday, we gather in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 AM to prepare 100 sack lunches. Then at 12...

Graduate School and Health Professions Fair

The Graduate School Fair gives students the opportunity to attain information on admission requirements, summer programs and fellowship opportunities. Even...

Faculty Talks on Teaching and Scholarship - Fall

New CFA faculty are invited to discuss their professional work in this informal conversation-style session. Talk on Teaching was initiated by the Dean with...

Kristallnacht Commemoration: "Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor: A Conversation with Yossi Klein Halevi"

Join the Jewish Studies Program at LMU for this year's annual remembrance of the Night of Broken Glass featuring a lecture by Yossi Klein Halevi, renowned...

Wednesday, October 31

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

An Evening with Bill T Jones

World renowned artistic director, co-founder and choreographer of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company in New York will visit our dance community here at LMU...

Thursday, November 1

IrelandCon

Take part in a full day of programming celebrating creativity and innovation in technology, trade, culture, and entertainment. Global movers and shakers, as...

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Analog/Digital: Moving Image Archiving and Practices

As part of Il Cinema Ritrovato On Tour, SFTV presents this restoration workshop hosted by Juana Suarez, director of the Moving Image Archiving and...

Exploring Racial Identities

Join faculty and staff every other Thursday from noon – 1 p.m. (Oct. 4, 18, Nov. 1, 15, 29, Dec. 13) to discuss racial identity development. In an effort to...

ONIF Boot Camp: A Beginner’s Guide to 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...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Environmental Lecture Series

The LMU Center for Urban Resilience (CURes), the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering, and the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts are proud to...

Judy Dater: The Voice of a Critic and Friend

Curator Donna Stein discusses her lifelong friendship with Judy Dater. Free admission

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Friday, November 2

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Students: Last Day to W or apply for CR/NC grading

Students will not be able to withdraw from a class(es) in or withdraw from the semester after today. This is the last day to apply for CR/NC grading.

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

The Poetics of Invisibility: Mario Escobar

"The Poetics of Invisibility: War, Trauma & Writing" talk given by Mario Escobar, professor, poet, novelist and activist.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series 6.0: KARLSON RIXON, Visual Artist

Karlson Rixon is a Swedish visual artist who was born in 1962. She has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at The Göteborg Museum of Art...

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Saturday, November 3

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Workshop: "'Lord, I believe; help my unbelief'? The Spiritual and Psychological Dimensions of Believing" with Br. Bede Healey

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invite you to this public workshop with Brother Bede Healey, OSB Cam, Ph.D. We often talk and think about our...

MBA Information Session

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

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

CSJ Center: Hidden Heroes

Each year, the CSJ Center honors faculty, staff, students and alumni through an award named “Hidden Heroes.” The contribution of each awardee is celebrated...

Hidden Heroes Recognition Ceremony & Dramatized Performance

Please join us in celebrating this year's Hidden Heroes! Awardees include: Cindy Archer, Associate Dean for Clinical Programs and Experiential Learning and...

LMU MBA Alumni Coffee Chat

LMU alumna Danielle Pech ’07 is a senior creative copywriter at Cornerstone OnDemand with a focus on brand voice and storytelling. She has been working as a...

Catholic Collegiate Choral Festival

The LMU Consort Singers will host the 4th annual festival featuring choirs from several of California’s Catholic universities in workshops and a culminating...

That Face - Polly Stenham

Directed by Neno Pervan. Addicted children of addicted parents find their worlds tumbling out of control and into pieces at home, at school, at work and...

Sunday, November 4

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Jewish Studies Sunday Book Group: Address Unknown

Please join us for a discussion of the short story "Address Unknown" by Kressman Taylor. The discussion will be moderated by Lisa Silverman, Library Director...

Monday, November 5

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Digital Collaboration

This discussion will focus on faculty-librarian digital collaborations in the classroom and on faculty driven digital projects. Example projects will be...

"Shiraz"  (Il Cinema Ritrovato On Tour Opening Film)

This restored film is an epic romance based on the building of the world’s most opulent monument to love, the Taj Mahal. Shot entirely in India, the film...

Tuesday, November 6

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Feed The Hungry - Fall 2018

Every Tuesday, we gather in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 AM to prepare 100 sack lunches. Then at 12...

Economics Seminar Series: Tim Lohse

Speaker: Tim Lohse, Berlin School of Economics and Law About the Speaker Dr. Lohse will be presenting: TBA For the full list of Economics Seminar Series...

"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...

"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...

The Art of Sushi Making

In celebration of WorldFest, the Center for Asian Business, Asian Pacific Student Services, Kyodai, Nikkei Student Union and Office for International...

Wednesday, November 7

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

First Year Seminar Writing Instructor Luncheon

An informal lunch meant to gather Writing Instructor feedback on First-Year Seminars. Come and discuss collaborative teaching, the teaching of information...

Boren Awards Webinar

Boren Scholarships & Fellowships allow U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S....

Business of Film Certificate Program Information Session - Webinar or In Person

You're invited to participate in our final information session to learn more about the program and get all your questions answered before the program's Nov....

Executive MBA Information Session Webinar

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

Dignity & Disability: L'Arche and the Legacy of Jean Vanier

How do we respond with solidarity and mutual vulnerability to individuals with intellectual disabilities? This program includes a free public screening of...

"Crazy Rich Asians" Screening

In celebration of WorldFest, the Center for Asian Business, Asian Pacific Student Services and Campus Rec present a special screening of Crazy Rich Asians on...

Catholics in Conversation: "The Clergy Abuse and Cover up Crisis" with Anne Hansen and Dr. Michael Horan

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invites you to this public discussion facilitated by Ignatians West executive director Anne Hansen and LMU theologian...

Lecture: "Yogananda: The Life, the Legacy, The Lessons to Be Learned" by Philip Goldberg

The Graduate Program in Yoga Studies and the Center for Religion & Spirituality invite you to this lecture with author and yogi Philip Goldberg. Yogananda...

Yogananda: The Life, the Legacy, The Lessons to Be Learned

Yogananda was called (by the LA Times) “the 20th Century’s first superstar guru,” and he remains the best-known and most beloved of all the Yoga masters who...

Thursday, November 8

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

TechTainment 4.0

LAIPLA, in conjunction with Loyola Law School, continues its groundbreaking TechTainment™ program, with TechTainment™ 4.0. TechTainment explores how...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

How to Request Supportive Letters of Recommendation Info Session

LMU undergraduate and graduate students of all majors are invited to attend this info session on how to request supportive letters of recommendation for...

How Technology is Impacting Multifamily Real Estate Entrepreneurs

Damian Langere, co-founder of Gelt Inc. & Domuso, and Chris Gray ’01, EVP, Moss & Company, will share how they began careers in multifamily real estate...

Friday, November 9

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Japanese Cultural Event

Hosted by Department of Modern Languages and Literatures (MDLL) Co-Sponsors: Kyōdai - Japanese Class (LMU Extension) Play traditional boys/girls...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

eDesign for Online & Hybrid Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching Excellence is facilitating Part 2 of our new eFaculty Certification program focusing on instructional design principles and online...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series 6.0: MAJ HASAGER, Visual Artist

Maj Hasager is a Danish artist based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She studied photography and fine art in Denmark, Sweden, and the UK, earning an MFA from Malmo...

Crosswords

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

Saturday, November 10

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Crosswords

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

Sunday, November 11

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Film Outside the Frame

LMU School of Film and Television's annual festival of selected student nominted films on multiple screens at the new LMU Playa Vista Campus. See the next...

Annual LMU Interfaith Forum: "Caring for the Stranger"

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...

An Afternoon with Wideman Davis Dance

Wideman/Davis Dance moves audiences, through the dances we create and perform, dialogues we lead, research we conduct, and movement experiences we share.

Crosswords

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

Monday, November 12

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Annual Catholic Jewish Women's Conference: "Facing the Human Challenge of Forgiveness"

Welcome to the 42nd Annual Catholic-Jewish Women's Conference presents Facing the Human Challenge of Forgiveness, featuring keynote remarks by Rabbi Cantor...

8:30am
The Many Faces of War Book Launch

Edited by Lawrence A. Tritle and Jason W. Warren The essays comprising this volume explore the human face of war from multiple perspectives - psychology,...

Tuesday, November 13

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Outlook 2016 and Outlook Online Tips and Tricks

This class is intended for users who have been using Outlook regularly and want to find efficient ways to manage all their emails and appointments. We will...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Feed The Hungry - Fall 2018

Every Tuesday, we gather in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 AM to prepare 100 sack lunches. Then at 12...

Economics Seminar Series: Daniel Bennett

Speaker: Daniel Bennett, USC About the speaker Dr. Bennett will be presenting: TBA For the full list of Economics Seminar Series events, visit the...

Photoshop: Layers and Masks Essentials

Learn more about Photoshop's advanced features. Use layers to perform tasks such as compositing multiple images, adding text to an image, or adding vector...

Building from Rhetorical Arts

This event is for faculty teaching FYS who want to learn more about the other half of the "first-year experience," Rhetorical Arts. The program will include...

Faculty Pub Night: Melody Rod-ari

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

Wednesday, November 14

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Goldwater Scholarship Applicant Workshop

Barry Goldwater Scholarship applicants are invited to attend a hands-on workshop online. We will troubleshoot application issues and discuss additional...

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 presents choreography from the finest local and national dance makers. I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express...

Thursday, November 15

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

2019 Applications Available

Applications will be available for summer 2019 beginning November 15.

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

LMU Common Book Community Forum

We invite students, faculty, and staff to share their experiences of the 2018 LMU Common Book with friends and colleagues. This event is open to all LMU...

Exploring Racial Identities

Join faculty and staff every other Thursday from noon – 1 p.m. (Oct. 4, 18, Nov. 1, 15, 29, Dec. 13) to discuss racial identity development. In an effort to...

Excel: Essential Functions Everyone Should Know

This class is intended for beginner Excel users who want to learn about Excel functions. We will explore these essential functions - AutoSum, TRIM, PROPER,...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Catholics in Conversation: "The Clergy Abuse and Cover up Crisis" with Anne Hansen and Dr. Michael Horan

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invites you to this public discussion facilitated by Ignatians West executive director Anne Hansen and LMU theologian...

Accounting Lecture: "Illusions of Trust: The Psychology of Professional Skepticism"

The Paul A. Grosch Lecture Series welcomes Dr. Toby Groves, social cognitive scientist, speaker and writer, for a presentation titled "Illusions of Trust:...

An Evening of Concert Dance

LMU Dance presents choreography from the finest local and national dance makers. I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express...

Friday, November 16

National Social Justice Debates

LMU has partnered with George Washington University and Morehouse College to develop a series of civic debate conferences which focus on social justice...

Startup Weekend Los Angeles 2018

LMU students, faculty, alumni and parents are invited to the 5th annual Startup Weekend Los Angeles where designers, developers, marketers, engineers and...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

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...

Startup Weekend 2018 (Nov 16-18)

Have an idea? Want to be a part of a founding team? You're invited to participate in the 5th annual Startup Weekend where designers, developers, marketers,...

An Evening of Concert Dance

LMU Dance presents choreography from the finest local and national dance makers. I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express...

Saturday, November 17

National Social Justice Debates

LMU has partnered with George Washington University and Morehouse College to develop a series of civic debate conferences which focus on social justice...

Startup Weekend Los Angeles 2018

LMU students, faculty, alumni and parents are invited to the 5th annual Startup Weekend Los Angeles where designers, developers, marketers, engineers and...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Workshop:  Veterans:  Finding Home

Disconnection, alienation, confusion, and identity are all some of the issues veterans struggle with in transitioning home. Often there is a clash of values...

Workshop: "Veterans: Finding Tribe" with Mark Mitchell

Event Date: Saturday, November 17, 2018, 9 am to 3:30 pm. Registration: Click here. Disconnection, alienation, confusion, and identity are all some of...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

eDesign for Online & Hybrid Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching Excellence is facilitating Part 2 of our new eFaculty Certification program focusing on instructional design principles and online...

Annual Drawing Circus

Every fall semester, all Drawing Area students participate in the Annual Drawing Circus exhibition. Visiting artists, performers, and LMU drawing and...

Workshop: "Karma Yoga: One Heart to Another" with Arjuna O’Neal

The Center for Religion & Spirituality invites you to this public Yoga, Mindfulness and Social Change workshop with Share Necessities executive director and...

An Evening of Concert Dance

LMU Dance presents choreography from the finest local and national dance makers. I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express...

An Evening of World Music and Jazz

A variety of works will be heard in a concert presented jointly by the LMU World Music Ensemble and new LMU Jazz Ensemble.

October 19 - November 17, 2018