Events

Monday, January 29

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

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...

How Should We Evaluate Teaching?

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

Girlhood Interrupted: The Erasure of Black Girls' Childhood

Join us for a dialogue with Thalia Gonzalez, scholar in the field of racial disparities in school discipline. She will discuss findings from a report she...

 Bioethics Coffee Hour - Mondays 6-7pm

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

MNS - "Congratulations, You're On Your Own: Life After Foster Care" Screening and Alumni Filmmaker Q&A

SFTV alumni and Director/Producer Michael Nes and Producer Aaron Lee Dowell return to LMU with their new PBS documentary Congratulations, You’re On Your Own...

Monday, January 29