In 2017, a group of entrepreneurs, professors and business leaders worked with 1,500 microenterprises across the manufacturing, commerce and service industries in Lomé, Togo. The goal was to teach these self-employed business owners basic financial and marketing practices.
There are 69,580,000 Gen Zers, Americans born between 1997-2012. Emphatically, to paraphrase Kurt Vonnegut, they all want the dignity of being heard. Ask anyone involved in Loyola Marymount University’s E2024, the fifth iteration of…
In 1986, Loyola Marymount University received an unexpected $44 million gift from Beverly Hills oil heiress Liliore Green Rains. Under the stewardship of President James N. Loughran, S.J. and a visionary academic administration committed to faculty and research development, the landmark gift would change the course of the university’s history.
With the exciting development of the Inclusive History and Images Project (IHIP), Margarita R. Ochoa, saw a unique opportunity to offer students the chance to be involved in the project through a uniquely designed semester-long course.
My first day at the White House started with 5:30 a.m. coffee — in reach but out of frame, in the hastily tidied, Zoom-friendly corner of a spare bedroom in Los Angeles. It was…
The Psychology Applied Research Center at LMU empowers underserved communities to address inequity and improve services ranging from mental health to drug prevention and childhood obesity.
With transportation being one of the leading causes of greenhouse gas emissions, riding a bike is a legitimate and easily accessible way to join the fight to combat climate change.