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Company Overview of Loyola Marymount University
Loyola Marymount University is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, graduate, and research programs in the fields of business, social sciences, science, law, and medicine. The schools of the university include Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, College of Business Administration, College of Communication and Fine Arts, College of Science and Engineering, Loyola Law School, School of Education, and School of Film and Television. Loyola Marymount University was founded in 1911 and is based in Los Angeles, California. The university has endowment assets of $237.6 million.
One LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045-2659
Founded in 1911
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Loyola Marymount University Key Developments
Loyola Marymount University Opens Life Sciences Building for Research and Learning
Sep 1 15
Loyola Marymount University opened life sciences building for research and learning. The 100,000-square-foot, 3-story building houses programs in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, environmental science, health and human sciences, and urban ecology. In its labs and classrooms, undergraduates will have access to equipment and technology. The next generation of scientists are ready to start their work at Loyola Marymount University's new Life Sciences Building, a $110 million project that sets the standard for science education in the 21st Century. The building's main academic features include: 35 research and teaching laboratories, 9,000 square feet of faculty research space, A 273-seat auditorium with adjoining terrace. The Life Sciences Building is also notable for its open design. The teaching laboratories have glass walls, allowing students and guests to observe the activity inside these rooms. This transparency encourages the sharing of knowledge, said Paul Zajfen, FAIA, design principal at CO Architects, which designed the building. The building was constructed and designed to qualify for LEED Gold rating, a recognition reserved for projects that show a high level of sustainability. Including the green roof, the building's highlights in that area also include: More than 8,200 square feet of solar panels that produce approximately 10% of the facility's energy needs; A research garden to provide materials for natural science, botany and other classes; A solar screen on the west facade to reduce radiant heat; Independent climate control, chilled beams, and natural ventilation; Energy savings through daylight harvesting and high-performance glass.
Loyola Marymount University Announces Executive changes
Mar 27 15
The Loyola Marymount University Board of Trustees has elected Timothy Law Snyder, as the president of the university after a nationwide search. Snyder will assume his new position effective June 1, 2015. Previously, Snyder was vice president for academic affairs at Loyola University Maryland from 2007 to 2014. Snyder will replace President David W. Burcham, who will step down on May 31. He was named president of LMU in 2010 after serving as LMU's interim president and provost, and prior to that as dean of Loyola Law School.
Loyola Marymount University President David W. Burcham to Step Down on May 31, 2015
Oct 7 14
Loyola Marymount University President David W. Burcham announced that he will step down at the end of the current school year. Burcham, 63, became the university's 15th president in October of 2010, after serving as provost, executive vice president, dean of Loyola Law School and a professor of constitutional law. In all, he will have spent 24 years at the university when he leaves office on May 31, 2015.
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