Name, image and likeness deals are injecting a new infusion of money into college athletics, with some athletes at top D 1 institutions looking at income streams of $25,000 to $30,000. How will the NIL years shape mid-majors like LMU?Read more
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Kara Allen, Ed.D. ’14, CIO, on the Spurs’ Role in San Antonio
Kara Allen Ed.D. ’14, chief impact officer, is the San Antonio Spurs’ face in their community. Putting seats at the table where decisions are made — putting a Spurs voice at community tables but also adding community voices at the Spurs’ table.
Eric Strauss on Climate Change
The impact of climate change on Southern California — in heat, ocean temperatures and coastal damage — is now evident, with more on the way, says Eric Strauss of the LMU Center for Urban Resilience. The worst effects will likely be distributed unequally. Our goal, he says, is not climate change reversal but adaptation.
Ernesto Colín ’99, M.A. ’01
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted far more than the day-to-day operations of America’s schools. “What happened here is that the pandemic has revealed the fissures that we have in education settings and amplified all of them,” says Ernesto Colín, LMU professor of education. Colín talks about what we’ve confronted and what we’ve learned.