The School of Education continued its rise through the rankings, and is now third among Jesuit colleges nationwide. The College of Business Administration’s part-time MBA program shot up to 39.
Rosalynde Leblanc Loo will use the funding from the award to conduct further research into the work of renowned choreographer Bill T. Jones — in particular, his work “D-Man in the Waters,” created in 1989 about the AIDS crisis.
The 2014 Huffington Ecumenical Symposium, “From the Rising of the Sun to Its Setting: Chant and Contemporary Liturgical Music, East and West,” will take place Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21-22, 2014 at Loyola Marymount University.
The exhibition, which runs Jan. 25 to March 16, continues LMU’s focus on the theme of restorative justice though the display of works created by artists both within and outside of prison walls.
The gifts include a lifetime endowment to Seaver College to support faculty and students in biology or environmental sciences, and a gift to one professor’s lab to help fund the study of birds in the local ecosystem.