Women's History Month at LMU
March 1-31, 2021
This March, LMU honors Women’s History Month. Join us as we celebrate and promote gender equity, on and off the bluff.
Alliance of Women Philanthropists Virtual Speaker Series: Jameela Jamil
March 24, 2021 5-6p.m. PST
Women in Economics
March 8, 12-1:30 p.m. PST
Resilience and Grit: Stories from Black Female Entrepreneurs
March 16, 4-7 p.m. PST
President’s Award Conferral Ceremony: Honoring Bob and Helen Singleton
March 16, 5-6 p.m PST
In Six Words
The LMU’s Anti-Racism Project’s In Six Words series gets to the heart of our community’s struggles and fight against the unjust and unequal experiences that plague our society, in hopes of sparking conversation, understanding, and empathy. March stories will highlight the joys, struggles and ways of overcoming obstacles for all people who identify with the gender of women, inclusive of gender fluidity. As such, we invite stories from persons who identify as genderfluid, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, or non-binary.
Celebrating Women in Athletics
This March, LMU Athletics honors the female athletes who demonstrate excellence on and off the field. Follow along on @lmulions as together we honor our student-athletes, alumni, coaches, and staff throughout the month.
Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary
The Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary founded Marymount College, which affiliated and later merged with Loyola University to become Loyola Marymount University; their emphasis on teaching the fine and performing arts was one of their unique contributions when the institutions merged.
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange
The Sisters of Saint Joseph of Orange have been part of the LMU Community since the affiliation and merger of Loyola University and Marymount College and, since that time, around one-third of the Sisters have participated in the LMU community as administrators, staff, faculty and students.