Spring greetings from LMU Extension and wishing you and yours a blessed Holy Week. Public worship will be held on campus during the week, including the Paschal Triduum, and you can find the schedule online here. All are welcome!
Here is what’s happening this week in LMU Extension and around the University:
- University offices will be closed for Good Friday on Friday, April 14. Happy Easter!
- The application period for the Yoga Therapy Rx program beginning Fall 2017 will open Friday, May 5.
- LMU Extension is now on Instagram! Follow us on @lmuextension.
- Center for Religion and Spirituality Assistant Director Elsy Arévalo was featured on the recent episode of Nuestra Fe en Vivo on EWTN. Check it out on YouTube!
- Lecture on Monday, April 10 at 6 p.m.: “US-Asia Relations under the Trump Administration: Challenges and Opportunities” with Terry McCarthy, President and CEO of the Los Angeles World Affairs Council. Presented by the LMU Center for Asian Business.
Classes beginning this Week
- Group-Counseling Techniques with Instructor David Kane meets at the LMU campus beginning Tuesday, April 11 at 7:15 p.m. This course will provide an introduction to the dynamics of group interaction in substance addition counseling settings. This course counts towards the certificate in Alcohol and Drug Counseling.
- Bhakti Yoga: Loving the Divine with Instructor Johanna Bennett meets at the LMU campus beginning Monday, April 17 at 7 p.m. In this course, students will explore bhakti through academic learning, and participatory and experiential devotional practices to engage students to explore bhakti first hand. This course counts towards the certificate in Yoga Philosophy.
- The next session of six-week Online Professional Development classes offered in partnership with ed2go begins Wednesday, April 12. Dozens of online classes in a variety of subjects are available. View the catalog.
Two new Advancement courses for K-12 Teachers have been approved. Enrollment is open:
- Implementing Creative Projects in Literacy (Grades 6-12): In this course, we will explore the connection between literacy and creativity to better understand how students can effectively articulate their ideas, collaborate, and communicate with each other.
- Facilitating Discussions About Violence and Trauma in the Classroom (Grades K-8): This course will provide effective strategies for both teachers and young students to work through their thoughts and feelings about tragic world events.
Thanks for reading and, as always, we invite you to sign up for our monthly e-newsletter and email announcements, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Questions? Contact LMU Extension at (310) 338-1971 or email email@example.com.