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Six LMU Students Awarded Fulbright Grants

Six Loyola Marymount University students have earned Fulbright grants for 2016-17 — setting an LMU record for the largest number awarded in a single year. The students were selected from a group of 13 finalists – another record number for LMU – whose names were released earlier this year. Those earning grants for study, research […]

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LMU International Business Ethics Competition Celebrates 20-Year Milestone

Loyola Marymount University’s International Business Ethics Case Competition marked its 20th anniversary April 20-23 with its largest contest to date in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1996 by Professor Thomas White, LMU’s Conrad N. Hilton Chair in Business Ethics, the competition that began as a campus event today draws colleges and universities from around the world. […]

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LMU Team Wins $25,000 Grand Prize in Texas Business Competition

A team from Loyola Marymount University’s College of Business Administration clinched the top spot and a $25,000 prize in Texas Christian University’s annual business ethics competition for students around the world. Franky Bernstein and Gabriel Borden, LMU seniors and partners in the start-up company InterWallet, competed against 46 schools in TCU’s Values and Ventures Competition […]

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LMU Graduate Programs Ranked Among Top Schools Nationwide by U.S. News & World Report

Loyola Marymount University’s College of Business Administration, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and the School of Education clinched top spots on U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings of the nation’s best graduate schools. The College of Business Administration placed 10th for its graduate entrepreneurship specialty and 13th for marketing in the 2017 rankings – […]

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M-School’s Jackets for Homeless People

There are more than 44,000 homeless people in Los Angeles County, less than one-third of whom live in shelters. In all, 10 percent are veterans, a quarter are dealing with substance abuse, and 3 in ten live with mental illness. More than 2,000 are minors, many of whom live alone on the streets.