LMU officials broke ground on the university’s $110 million Life Sciences Building, which is expected to be finished in time for the 2015-16 academic year. The new facility will feature state-of-the-art technology for students as well as renewable energy sources.
The Shingo Prize is the most prestigious award in the field of lean engineering, and this is Oppenheim’s second. Along with 13 co-authors, he’s been honored for the book “The Guide to Lean Enablers for Managing Engineering Programs.”
Goodwin, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian, will speak at the undergraduate ceremony on May 11. Speaking at the graduate commencement on May 12 is Tom Mueller ’92, a rocket scientist with the private space company SpaceX.
LMU graduate student Stephen Walden got his idea for a start-up company while digging in his parents’ garden. Now, thanks to the incubator lab at LMU’s College of Business Administration, that spark of inspiration is becoming a reality.
The grants are intended to stimulate research and programs that enhance diversity. They’ll go to programs in the School of Education, the Academic Resource Center, the Office of Black Student Services, and the William H. Hannon Library.
- Life Sciences Construction Projects Calls on Engineering Students April 1, 2013
- Life Sciences Building Going Up; $110M Project Promotes Hands-on Learning May 6, 2013
- Doris Kearns Goodwin to Speak at Graduation May 3, 2013
- CBA Students Score High in Investing Competition May 2, 2013
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