2011-2012 Ignatian Imagination in the World:

The Future of Education, Faith and Justice

What kind of university will Loyola Marymount University be? What will be the emphasis and the direction of the institution? On the occasion of LMU's centennial, the 2011-2012 Bellarmine Forum -- now concluded -- examined these and other vital questions through an ongoing series of free-of-charge, public events. 

 


 


 

New 'Whisper Room' Videos Posted

Sr. Scores of people have stepped inside a small portable video studio and shared their thoughts. about LMU's past, present and future.

 

'Health Now' Announced As 2012 Bellarmine Forum Theme

Just announced: The 2012 Bellarmine Forum will be titled, "Health Now: Questions, Controversy and the Promise of Prevention." Events will occur Wednesdays through Saturdays from October 24 through November 10, 2012. The Forum's director is associate professor Hawley C. Almstedt, PhD, RD.


Dr. Kevin Starr, Historian and author, Delivers Mission Day Keynote

This year’s Mission Day—one of the signature events celebrating LMU AT 100 and the Bellarmine Forum —was held on January 26. Dr. Kevin Starr, noted California historian and author of "Loyola Marymount: A Centennial History," gave the keynote address to an overflow crowd of administrators, staff, faculty, and students in Sacred Heart Chapel. Dr. Starr’s talk was entitled “The DNA and Mission of LMU." Watch the video

 


Support for the 2011-2012 Bellarmine Forum – Ignatian Imagination in the World: The Future of Education, Faith, and Justice – is generously provided by Fred Segal Santa Monica. Loyola Marymount University, the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, the Bellarmine Forum, and Bellarmine Forum organizers Prof. K.J. Peters, Prof. Steven Mailloux, and Maureen Fitzsimmons thank Fred Segal Santa Monica for the backing.