Cynthia Salim ’09 | Citizen’s Mark

Cynthia Salim ’09 takes her liberal arts training to the marketplace to start her own socially responsible business. After graduating with a degree in Political Science from LMU, Salim attended King’s … Read more 

The Gospel of Happiness

Christopher Kaczor is professor of philosophy at Loyola Marymount University. His new book, The Gospel of Happiness: Rediscover your Faith Through Spirituality and Positive Psychology, draws deep parallels between the secular study of happiness and … Read more 

World Policy Institute @ LMU Takes Off

This spring, Loyola Marymount University’s Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts announced a new partnership on campus: the World Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University, an interdisciplinary research and academic center for … Read more 

Students Share Research with LMU Community

Every year, high-achieving students from all majors share results from faculty-guided research with the LMU community at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. Below are descriptions of 10 selected student research projects from the Seventh Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, … Read more 

Internships with the Greek Film Festival

In 2015, Loyola Marymount University’s Classics and Archeology Department partnered with the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival to offer internships to students in LMU’s School of Film and Television. Read … Read more