Junior Wins Engineering Scholarship

Jon Kaneshiro - Junior Wins Engineering Scholarship

The Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC) awarded civil engineering major Jon Kaneshiro ’16 a SEAOSC scholarship at its Student Scholarship Awards Ceremony in Monterey Park in early February. … Read more

Physics Major Wins SACNAS Award

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The Society for the Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) honored physics major Rhys Taus ’15 with a student presentation award at the 2014 SACNAS Conference held … Read more

Changing the Face of Healthcare

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Could ‘lean’ practices—as seemingly simple as reducing batch sizes, displaying visual checklists and changing laboratory layouts—effectively change the face of U.S. healthcare? Absolutely, said Bohdan W. Oppenheim, systems engineering professor, … Read more

Tips to Healthier Eating

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We’ve all been there. It’s the New Year and we resolve to eat healthier. Fast forward a month—how is that resolution faring? While 40 percent of Americans make New Year’s … Read more

2014-2015 Noyce Scholars

Ruby-Ann Manalaysay (Biology, 2015), Justino Franco (Civil Engineering, 2016) and Joanathan Isosaki (Mathematics, 2016) have been selected as Noyce Scholars for the 2014-15 academic year. Lion’s Roar, LMU’s Robert Noyce … Read more

From the Classroom to the Operating Room

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The story of how Christian de Virgilio, M.D., F.A.C.S. ’82 became a well-respected surgeon and professor of surgery is an adventure in itself, punctuated with near-misses. During his address to … Read more