LMU has been an incubator of imagination and new ideas for over a century. Our vibrant academic community encourages students to ask big questions and challenge the status quo. That’s why LMU graduates leave prepared to lead in a changing world, making their mark in business, science, technology, entertainment, and beyond.
Unleashing Innovation and Imagination
For Demian Willette, associate professor of biology, overfishing is one of the most consequential challenges facing the world today. He’s diving into the issue head-on with a team of student researchers with a goal of ensuring a sustainable future.
Physics faculty Emily Hawkins and a team of researchers released a study that sheds light on the habitability of a Saturn moon.
LMU’s M-School connects marketing students to real-world projects and a thriving community of business partners.
The event brought together leaders from tech and K-16 education to discuss the benefits and perils of disruptive technologies.
LMU will establish a new Aerospace Propulsion Lab with a gift from space pioneer Tom Mueller, M.S. ’13, founding executive at SpaceX.
Inspired by U.N. Sustainable Development goals, students developed and pitched real-world projects to company sponsors.