Events

Thursday, January 31

CSJ Center: “Living on the Edge: Causes, Consequences and Action”

The CSJ Center will be focusing on issues related to poverty and homelessness and implications for LMU, Los Angeles and national and global communities.

Cart training dates

The next five sessions for cart training are set. All requests for cart training must be by a supervisor or manager of a campus department. Please contact...

 
Housing Selection Application is now OPEN!

The Housing Selection Process provides all current LMU students with the opportunity to sign up for on-campus housing for their sophomore, junior, or senior...

Making a Scene: The Process of Stage Design (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2019 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery....

Study Abroad 101- Semester

The Study Abroad Office offers information sessions for Semester and Summer Study Abroad Programs. You are required to attend Study Abroad 101 as part of...

Brightspace 300 Workshop (Grades)

Please email teachers@lmu.edu to RSVP to this event hosted at the Center for Teaching Excellence.

LMU AWARE Discussion

Join faculty and staff every other Thursday from noon – 1 p.m. (Jan. 31, Feb. 14 & 18, March 21, April 4 & 18, and May 2) to discuss racial identity...

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...

Confess: An Installation by Trina McKillen

The Laband Art Gallery proudly presents a multi-part installation by Los Angeles-based artist Trina McKillen. Like many people around the globe, McKillen has...

2018-19 Environmental Lecture Series

The Center for Urban Resilience, LMU Environmental Science, and LMU Urban & Environmental Studies are proud to present the third installment of the 2018-19...

U.S. Immigration Crisis: Historians as Expert Witness

Please join us for a History in the Headlines discussion about the U.S. immigration crisis featuring guest speakers: Yanira Lemus, J.D. (Attorney, Loyola...

Crossing the Line: Featuring Dennis Apel, founder of the Guadalupe Catholic Worker, and Deborah Tobola, founding artistic director of Poetic Justice Project

Dennis Apel is a longtime antiwar activist and the founder of the Catholic Worker community in Guadalupe, CA. In 2016, Apel served four months in federal...

Thursday, January 31