Leavey Center Hosts Urban Issues Lecture Series
The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles (LCSLA) at Loyola Marymount University is hosting its 11th Annual Urban Issues Lecture Series, Thursday evenings through April 3. All lectures begin at 5 p.m. and are free and open to the public.
The Urban Issues Lecture Series is an inter-departmental educational curriculum and forum that was established by the LCSLA eleven years ago. The annual 8-10 lecture series brings together top government officials and community leaders for discussion, interaction with students and the public, and movement towards collective action. Fernando Guerra, Ph.D., Leavey Center Director is the series' moderator.
The remaining lectures in the series are as follows:
February 28 Commentators of L.A.
March 13 Public Safety and Public Health in L.A.
March 20 Transportation in L.A.
March 27 Environment in L.A.
April 3 Education, Workforce Preparation and Training in L.A.
April 10 Economic Development and Housing in L.A.
For more information about the Leavey Center and the Urban Issues Lecture Series, please visit www.lmu.edu/csla or call 310.338.4565.