MSMU has been awarded a grant to explore gender studies on the U.S.-Mexico border.
More students should study GIS (geographic information systems) at the Mount, as it's used in many industries
Bob Perrins, PhD, will turn his historian efforts to documenting the Mount's first 100 years
Sixteen nursing research posters were judged during the eighth annual nursing research poster symposium
This year's Report was very specific, examining the effects of COVID-19 on women and girls in California
Student serves as correspondent covering various Latin American countries
MSMU and the Women’s College Coalition (WCC) come together to investigate the value of women's colleges.
Research results were unveiled at a recent virtual conference for Licensing International
Catalina Pereira '13 successfully defended her PhD thesis at Cornell
Seniors polish their teleconferencing skills to give final presentations
Cathy Garcia '13 researches ways to slow progress of pancreatic cancer as grad student at Yale University
Mount students can add co-author to their list of accomplishments in two prestigious journals.
Peter Tan is associate professor and chair of the philosophy department.
The American Journal of Undergraduate Research Journal to Publish the Mount’s Gender Disparities Article
Liturgical Justice Through Sacred Song Lecture on Oct. 28 by Dr. Kim Harris
The National Institute of Health has awarded MSMU a $400k Grant to Research Chronic Diabetes Progression.
Robert Sanchez is an assistant professor of philosophy who specializes in Mexican and Latin American philosophy.
Students showcase skills, research at academic conferences, competitions.
A closer look: How has history impacted the poor health outcomes of black mothers and infants?
Collectif 2018: Professor explores her own experiences as a female engineer from the lens of feminist theory.
STEM scholars share research from highly selective summer research programs.
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A look at the MSMU filmmakers who have brought to life the CSJ Oral History Project.
National women’s commissions gathering in Los Angeles features an MSMU flavor.
MSMU partners with Take The Lead to equip more women to lead in media and entertainment.
Honors scholars are doing work that’s making an impact well beyond the Mount’s campuses.
MSMU's latest research report shines a spotlight on gender inequities among California's workforce.
Students cross boundaries of nation and discipline to research cancer with a wide-angled lens.
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University-wide symposium highlights student and faculty research.
MSMU and L.A. Mayor’s Office team up to recognize L.A. women.
2018 Report shines light on persistent gender inequities in California workplace.
L.A. mayor cites University's gender equity research as a "light to expose shortcomings."
Stephen Inrig, PhD, associate professor, appeared as a guest expert on L.A.'s ABC-7.
Recent publications, presentations and media appearances by University faculty.
Studying the sciences at a liberal arts university represents the best of both worlds.
Professor co-authors book analyzing lessons learned from global response to AIDS pandemic.
From the lab to the field to the water, summertime is research time at the Mount.
When women flourish, we all flourish. Learn more from our 2017 Report on the Status of Women & Girls in California.
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