July 16, 2014

Sabbath school examines 3 images of New Testament's moral vision July 19

Michael Orlich, M.D., Ph.D., presents the next installment in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class's summer-long series, Compelling Moral Visions Sabbath, July 19. Dr. Orlich, who heads the preventative medicine residency program at...
July 18, 2014

Special Basic Sciences Seminar

"Stem Cells in Ischemic Tissue Repair: Mobilization, Homing, and Metabolism" presented by Gangjian Qin, M.D., FAHA, associate professor, Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute, department of medicine - cardiology, department of pharmacology,... (Friday, July 18, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
July 10, 2014

Sabbath school begins new ethics series July 12

Dr. Roy Branson will present "Compelling Moral Visions: A Third Way of Doing Ethics" Sabbath, July 12, inaugurating a two month series of classes examining how vision is as important as virtue or obligation in deciding what we ought to do and how
July 15, 2014

Innovation Seminar

Please join us for a dynamic presentation by Dr. Molly Coye, chief innovation officer and director of the Institute for Innovation in Health at UCLA, on the importance of innovation and sustainable business models in health care. Register at (Tuesday, July 15, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm; Centennial Complex room 3111)
June 11, 2014

Sabbath school: Poet Isaiah inspiration for Herbert, Houseman, Graves (June 14)

Robert Dunn, Ph.D, will present "Isaiah: Poet to the World, Part II" Sabbath, June 14, in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class. Dr. Dunn, emeritus professor of English at La Sierra University, has long taught courses on the Bible as...
June 12, 2014

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June 5, 2014

'Will the real second Isaiah please stand up?' June 7

Wonil Kim, Ph.D., will ask "Will the Real Second Isaiah Please Stand Up?" in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class June 7. Dr. Kim will focus on the part of Isaiah that begins with Chapter 40. Dr. Kim is associate professor of Old...
June 5, 2014

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June 5, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"Neuroprotective Strategy for Repetitive Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Is HBO a Magic Bullet?" presented by Lei "Helen" Huang, M.D., research assistant professor, department of anesthesiology and department of basic science, division of... (Thursday, June 5, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
May 29, 2014

Candy or medicine? Pharmacy APhA chapter teaches children medicine safety

The Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy's chapter of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) partnered with the Youth Rx Abuse Program to participate in the Loma Linda University Children's Hospital Children's Day Wednesday, May 7. More...
May 29, 2014

Class explores Isaiah, post-Babylonian Judaism's transformation May 31

Douglas Clark, Ph.D., will present "Jerusalem for the Jews vs. Jerusalem for the World" to the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sabbath, May 31. A part of an extended examination of Isaiah, the Old Testament book most quoted in the...
May 29, 2014

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June 3, 2014

Special School of Medicine Basic Sciences Department and School of Public Health Seminar

"Epigenetic Clock and DNA Methylation Age" presented by Steve Horvath, Ph.D., Sc.D., professor, departments of human genetics and biostatistics, University of California, Los Angeles. Hosted by Charles Wang, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., professor,... (Tuesday, June 3, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
May 29, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"Quantitative Proteomics for Exploiting Novel Mechanisms of Action of Anti-cancer Drugs and Environmental Toxicants" presented by Yinsheng Wang, Ph.D., professor of chemistry and director of the environmental toxicology graduate program,... (Thursday, May 29, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
May 22, 2014

Medicine celebrates centenary with family '20s carnival event June 1

The Loma Linda University School of Medicine will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the school's first graduating class with an evening of fun for the whole family Sunday, June 1. The evening will feature 1920s carnival-themed fun with free...
May 22, 2014

Humanities program sponsors E.G. White panel discussion May 31

The Loma Linda University School of Religion Humanities Program presents "Scholars Discover Ellen--Finally," a panel discussion featuring Ronald L. Numbers, an editor of "Ellen Harmon White: American Prophet" (Oxford, 2014) Sabbath, May...
May 22, 2014

Isaiah, Yahweh, and the Assyrian gods topic of Sabbath school class May 24

Douglas Clark, Ph.D., will continue the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class series on Isaiah with "Yahweh and the Assyrian Gods" Sabbath, May 24. Isaiah, in captivity, was conversant with the stories about deities circulating among the...
May 22, 2014

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May 27, 2014

Special Basic Sciences Seminar

"Flexibility of Cell Fate within the Osteoblast Lineage" presented by Henry M. Kronenberg, M.D., professor, department of medicine, Harvard Medical School. Hosted by Subburaman Mohan, Ph.D., senior research career scientist, director of... (Tuesday, May 27, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
May 22, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"Prefrontal Control of Fear Memory Accuracy" presented by Edward Korzus, Ph.D., assistant professor, department of psychology, University of California, Riverside. Hosted by Wei-Xing Shi, Ph.D., professor, departments of pharmaceutical and basic... (Thursday, May 22, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
May 15, 2014

LLUH's 'Life on the Line' to air on KVCR-TV beginning May 21

"Life on the Line," Loma Linda University Health's first nationally aired TV show, will begin airing on public television station KVCR Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at 5 p.m. starting May 21. Narrated by host journalist Lisa Ling and...
May 15, 2014

Meet Isaiah, 'Poet for the World,' May 17

Robert Dunn, Ph.D., will explain how the stirring images and words of Isaiah have made their way into poetry worldwide Sabbath, May 17. Prophets such as Isaiah have been described as "poets of God's elective presence," and Dr. Dunn will...
May 15, 2014

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May 15, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"Maternal Protein Restriction and the Early Programming of Metabolic and Physiological Function" presented by Simon C. Langley-Evans, Ph.D., D.Sc., deputy head of biosciences, University of Nottingham (UK). Hosted by Dr. Lawrence D. Longo,... (Thursday, May 15, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
May 8, 2014

LLU employees: Deadline for health plans signup is May 15

As the new Loma Linda University Health Plan year approaches, eligible employees must re-enroll in one of two health plans to maintain or begin coverage. There are two plan options: the enhanced version of the current medical plan is now...
May 8, 2014

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May 8, 2014

Handel's 'Messiah' and Isaiah 40: Sabbath school examines Isaiah's call May 10

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class continues its in-depth study of the book of Isaiah with "Isaiah: Messenger of Good Tidings." As one of the longest books in the Old Testament and certainly one of books most quoted in the New...
May 8, 2014

EBS and Basic Sciences Seminar

"Scorpion Neurotoxins and Their Ion Channel Targets: Molecular Genetic and Physiological Bases of Adaptive Traits that Mediate Species Interactions" presented by Ashlee Rowe, Ph.D., Michigan State University. Bark scorpions defend themselves by... (Thursday, May 8, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
May 1, 2014

Sabbath school begins Isaiah series with context, Isaiah's call May 3

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class will begin "Isaiah: Call of Glory," a series of celebrations and analyses of the most famous of the prophetic books in the Old Testament Sabbath, May 3. Isaiah, the Mount Everest among Old...
May 1, 2014

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April 24, 2014

Wesleyan scholar presents Baldwin lecture on Wesley, Adventists May 3

Randy Maddox, Ph.D., will present "John Wesley's Passion for Holistic Faith and Life: A Precedent for Adventists?" for the second annual Dalton Baldwin Memorial Lecture Sabbath, May 3. Adventist theologian and Loma Linda University professor of...
April 24, 2014

Visiting scholar concludes Adventist identity series with look to future April 26

Reinder Bruinsma, Ph.D., culminates his Sabbath school series on Adventist Identity Sabbath, April 26, with a look to the future of Adventism, asking "Where Will Our Adventist Commitment Take Us?" Dr. Bruinsma is a widely published author,...
April 24, 2014

Pharmacy introduces new community residency

The Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy will launch a new residence program in July 2014 focused on long-term care, compounding, travel vaccination/immunization and durable medical equipment. The new PGY1 community pharmacy residency is only...
May 6, 2014

San Diego Zoo Safari Park Tiger Trail

Come see a Eurasian eagle owl, a cheetah, a dog serval and a Burmese python. Door prizes sponsored by the San Diego Zoo include San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park tickets and a one-night stay at a Sea World-area hotel. (Tuesday, May 6, 11:00 am–1:00 pm; Campus Mall (between University Church and Prince Hall))
April 24, 2014

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April 17, 2014

San Bernardino Symphony to perform on campus in May

The concert, free to the public, will feature music by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, including a special performance by a renowned piano soloist.
April 17, 2014

School of Medicine alumna passes; memorial service to be held April 28

It is with great sadness that the Loma Linda University Campus Chaplains announce the passing of Dr. Teleka Cassandra Patrick. She will be remembered as brilliant, beautiful and highly accomplished. Dr. Patrick, a native of Queens, N.Y.,...
April 17, 2014

Allied Health homecoming features hands-on cooking class with chef

Roll up your sleeves for a hands-on cooking class with Chef Cory Gheen during the Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions 18th annual Alumni Homecoming Weekend Friday, May 2. The class will include a meal, a recipe from Chef...
April 17, 2014

Visiting scholar answers 'Why Am I Still Adventist?' April 19

Many members of the Adventist church have asked themselves, "Why Am I Still a Seventh-day Adventist?" Dr. Reinder Bruinsma, Loma Linda University School of Religion visiting scholar, will share his answer to that question with the Roy Branson and...
April 17, 2014

Dentistry graduating seniors offer free dental screenings

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry graduating seniors will screen patients requiring certain dental treatment, including fillings and cleanings, as part of their dental licensing examinations. Patients who qualify for the exam requirements...
April 17, 2014

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April 17, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar (April 17)

"Ketamine for Neonates: Toxic or Therapeutic?" presented by Dr. Kanwaljeet "Sunny" Anand, professor and division chief, UTHSC department of pediatrics; division of critical care medicine, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital; Children's Foundation... (Thursday, April 17, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
April 10, 2014

OGF explores 'Mental Health and the Church' April 12

Marlene Ferreras, from Azure Hills Church, Jana Boyd, from Christian Counseling Service, and Kenny Boyd, of Loma Linda University, will address "Living Life Together: Mental Health and the Church" for the Oak Glen Fellowship Sabbath, April 12, at...
April 10, 2014

Allied Health Homecoming weekend features special events, CE opportunities May 1-4

The School of Allied Health Professions will celebrate its 18th Annual Homecoming and Continuing Education Convention May 1 through 4.

April 10, 2014

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April 17, 2014

3rd Thursday Faculty Meeting

"Loma Linda University Projects in San Bernardino" presented by Richard Hart, M.D., Dr.P.H., president, Loma Linda University. A light lunch will be provided for the first 30 attendees. (Thursday, April 17, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm; Faculty Reading Room)
April 10, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"Topoisomerase Cleavage Complexes: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" presented by Yves Pommier, M.D., Ph.D., head, Molecular Pharmacology Group; laboratory chief, Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute. Hosted by Eileen Brantley, Ph.D.,... (Thursday, April 10, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
March 31, 2014

Psychology education pioneer passes

It is with great sadness and fond memories that the Loma Linda University School of Behavioral Health announces the passing of Dr. Peter Strutz--colleague, mentor, academic and friend. Dr. Strutz was well known for his role at Loma Linda...
April 3, 2014

Pharmacy hosts basketball tournament and auction fundraiser May 10

The Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy will host a Basketball Tournament and Auction Fundraiser Saturday, May 10. All proceeds will go toward the 2014 Romania Medical...
April 2, 2014

Visiting scholar begins 'Real Adventist' series for Sabbath school April 5

Reinder Bruinsma, Ph.D., visiting scholar to the School of Religion during Spring Quarter, will lead a month-long series for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class: Will the Real Adventist Please Stand Up. This first Sabbath of the...
April 3, 2014

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April 9, 2014

Special Basic Sciences Seminar

"Cherry-picking Glioblastoma Cancer Cells for Analysis--Why the Majority Is Not Always Right When Analyzing Phosphorylated Drug Targets and Proteomic-genomic Correlations" presented by Claudius Mueller, Ph.D., research assistant professor, George... (Wednesday, April 9, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
April 3, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar

"Transcriptome-to-metabolome Biosimulations for In Silico Experiements/testing on Biology, Pathology and Therapy" presented by Clyde F. Phelix, Ph.D., associate professor of anatomy and biology, department of biology, The University of Texas at... (Thursday, April 3, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
March 27, 2014

Support CHDMM, community outreach at 2014 ABC Invitational session April 3

The Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine (CHDMM) presents its annual Apprenticeship Bridge to College (ABC) Invitational 2014 Thursday, April 3. The event is part of the selection process for the ABC program that provides high...
March 26, 2014

'The Future of Adventist History': Sabbath School concludes White series March 29

Six of the lecturers in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class series devoted to the soon-to-be-published book, "Ellen Harmon White: American Prophet," will gather Sabbath, March 29, to discuss "The Future of Adventist History." The
March 26, 2014

Bioethics center celebrates 30 years with lecture series by Victoria Sweet April 26

The Center for Christian Bioethics celebrates its 30th anniversary with two lectures by Victoria Sweet, M.D., Ph.D., Sabbath, April 26. Dr. Sweet, an associate clinical professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, is a...
March 26, 2014

Former union president, author subject of 'Conversations with Authors' April 19

The Center for Christian Bioethics presents the latest in its ongoing Conversations with Authors series Sabbath, April 19, this time featuring Reinder Bruinsma, Ph.D., and hosted by David Larson, Ph.D. Dr. Bruinsma is former president of the...
March 27, 2014

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March 20, 2014

Humanities program presents original production of 'Pilgrim's Progress' musical

The Loma Linda University School of Religion Humanities Program, in collaboration with LifeHouse Theater, presents "Pilgrim's Progress" April 4 through 6 and April 11 through 13. Loma Linda University professor Kenneth Wright wrote this...
March 20, 2014

Wholeness workshop explains use of tablets in health care April 9

Heather Thomas, Ph.D., OTR/L, will present "Use of the iPad in Health Professions" Wednesday, April 9, part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series of workshops. Dr. Thomas will demonstrate how an iPad, iPhone or Android device can be used as...
March 20, 2014

Sabbath school looks at 'Ellen White a Hundred Years On' March 22

Gilbert Valendtine, Ph.D., will present "Ellen White a Hundred Years On" Sabbath, March 22, drawing on a chapter he wrote for the soon-to-be-released book from Oxford University Press titled "Ellen Harmon White: American Prophet." Dr. Valentine...
March 20, 2014

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March 27, 2014

Special Basic Sciences Seminar

"Positional Adaptability in the Design of Mutation-resistant Nonnucleoside HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors: A Supramolecular Perspective" presented by Aldo Bruccoleri, Ph.D., faculty research professor of chemistry at Canadian University... (Thursday, March 27, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
March 13, 2014

Sabbath school asks, 'Ellen White--Feminist?' March 15

Katherine Parsons, M.Phil., will explore 'Ellen White--Feminist?' Sabbath, March 15, in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class. An assistant professor of history at La Sierra University, Ms. Parsons will juxtapose Ellen White's words...
March 13, 2014

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March 13, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar

"Host Defense Pathways-TLRs, Inflammasomes and Innate Immunity" presented by Chandrashekhar Pasare, Ph.D., assistant professor, department of immunology, University of Texas-Southwestern Medical Center. Hosted by Kimberly Payne, Ph.D., associate... (Thursday, March 13, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
March 6, 2014

Wholeness workshop: Domestic violence red flags, professional responsibilities (March 12)

Heather Javaherian, O.T.D., OTR/L, will present "Domestic Violence: Realities, Red Flags and Your Role as a Healthcare Professional" Wednesday, March 12, as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series of workshops. Domestic violence is a social...
March 6, 2014

Sabbath school examines ties between the Christian Connection and the SDA Church March 8

Authors of chapters from the soon-to-be-released "Ellen Harmon White: American Prophet" continue presenting their research Sabbath, March 8. Bert Haloviak, for many years director of the Office of Archives and Statistics for the Seventh-Day...
March 6, 2014

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March 11, 2014

Special Basic Sciences Seminar

"Stoking the Fire: Molecular Mechanism of Necrosis-induced Inflammation" presented by Francis Chan, Ph.D., associate professor, department of pathology, University of Massachusetts Medical School. Hosted by Carlos A Casiano, Ph.D., professor of... (Tuesday, March 11, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
March 6, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"B Cells Support a Dominant Th17 Cytokine Signature in Human Type 2 Diabetes" presented by Barbara Nikolajczyk, Ph.D., associate professor, Fellow of the Obesity Society, department of microbiology, Boston University. Hosted by Kimberly Payne,... (Thursday, March 6, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
March 8, 2014

Oak Glen Fellowship (March 8)

Dilys Brooks, associate campus chaplain, will present "My Brother's Keeper" to the March meeting of the Oak Glen Fellowship Sabbath, March 8. Join Dr. Richard and Judy Hart at their home in Oak Glen at 10:30 a.m. on the second Sabbath of each... (Saturday, March 8, 10:30 am–12:00 pm; 39277 Harris Road, Yucaipa)
February 27, 2014

Panel discussion examines community health, biblical mandate to care March 8

The School of Religion humanities program presents a panel discussion titled "Bed-side/Community-wide Health: the Medical-Ethical Complex Bias," discussing community health and the biblical mandate to care for the poor Sabbath, March 8. The...
February 27, 2014

Devotional authors to participate in APC breakfast signing event March 7

More than 50 authors from the Loma Linda University School of Medicine's latest devotional book, "Evening Rounds," will attend a signing event held in conjunction with the Annual Postgraduate Convention (APC) weekend Friday, March 7. Copies of...
February 27, 2014

Sabbath School continues exploration of E.G. White with 'Theological Ideas of a Prophet' March 1

Fritz Guy, Ph.D., will explore "Theological Ideas of a Prophet," a presentation drawn from the chapter he wrote for Oxford University Press' "Ellen Harmon White: American Prophet," Sabbath, March 1. Dr. Guy says that the more he has studied Ellen...
February 27, 2014

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February 27, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar

The second annual Giuseppe Molinaro Lecture "Regulation of Leukocyte Function and Territoriality by Lymphoid Stroma" presented by Shannon Turley, Ph.D., associate professor, microbiology and immunobiology, Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber... (Thursday, February 27, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
February 19, 2014

LLUH employees: Update emergency contact information in PeoplePortal

Beginning Monday, March 10, Loma Linda University Health employees will use PeoplePortal to manage emergency contact information. Currently employees must update emergency contact information in both PeoplePortal and myLLU. The transition to...
February 20, 2014

Bioethics center presents APC bioethics events March 7

The Center for Christian Bioethics will host a half day of bioethics-related events during the annual Loma Linda University School of Medicine Alumni Postgraduate Convention (APC) Friday, March 7. Ronald Garet, Ph.D., J.D., will present the Jack...
February 20, 2014

Learn how to 'Ace the Interview' at Wholeness workshop Feb. 26

Teresa Davis will present a workshop titled "Ace the Interview!" Wednesday, Feb. 26, as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series. Manager of Loma Linda University Medical Center People Services, Ms. Davis will offer information on different...
February 20, 2014

'Portrait of a Lady': Sabbath school examines E.G. White and the roles of contemporary women Feb. 22

Jonathan Butler, Ph.D., will draw a "Portrait of a Lady" for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Feb. 22. Dr. Butler's presentation will be taken from his chapter-length biography of Ellen White included in the soon-to-be-published
March 3, 2014

Heritage Research Center Book Sale (March 3–March 7)

This year the Heritage Resource Center has a large selection of Seventh-day Adventist Books, periodicals and other special items. The Heritage Resource Center is located within the Vernier Radcliffe wing of the Del E. Webb Memorial Library, across (Monday, March 3, 8:00 am–Friday, March 7, 12:00 pm; Heritage Research Center)
February 20, 2014

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series (Feb. 20)

"Of Mice and Microgravity: Does Spaceflight Alter Metabolic Function?" presented by Karen R. Jonscher, Ph.D., associate professor, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus. Hosted by Michael Pecaut, Ph.D., associate research professor,... (Thursday, February 20, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
February 20, 2014

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February 13, 2014

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February 13, 2014

Panel of young adults discuss Adventism's future Feb. 15

The Loma Linda University School of Religion, the School of Religion Humanities Program and the Adventist Today Foundation present "Will the Next Generation of Young Adults Remain Adventist?" Sabbath, Feb. 15. Monte Sahlin will moderate a panel...
February 13, 2014

Ethics of decision-making for the 'Unbefriended Patient': Bioethics Grand Rounds Feb. 26

Joan Henriksen Hellyer, Ph.D., RN, coordinator of the Clinical Ethics Consultation Service at Mayo Clinic, will present "Decision Making for the Unbefriended Patient" as part of the Center for Christian Bioethics Grand Rounds Wednesday, Feb....
February 13, 2014

New LLUP 'Servant God' book signing event March 9

Authors of "Servant God: The Cosmic Conflict Over God's Trustworthiness" will sign copies of the book at the Redlands Barnes and Noble store Sunday, March 9. The book, published by the Loma Linda University Press, makes the case that God's...
February 13, 2014

E.G. White scholar explores 'White's Prophetic Family' for Sabbath School Feb. 15

Ronald Graybill, Ph.D., will present "Ellen White's Prophetic Family" to the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Feb. 15. Based on a chapter Dr. Graybill wrote for a new book from Oxford University Press titled "Ellen Harmon White:...
February 6, 2014

Wholeness workshop takes on résumés Feb. 12

Lori Hamilton, director of Loma Linda University Medical Center People Services, will present "Résumés: Rough or Ready" as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series Wednesday, Feb. 12. Ms. Hamilton reviews countless résumés from applicants each...
February 6, 2014

Upcoming Bioethics Grand Rounds explore medical futility, ethics in dentistry

The Center for Christian Bioethics continues its Bioethics Grand Rounds with two upcoming presentations. The first features David Chooljian, M.D., J.D., a pulmonary and critical care medicine physician with the VA Loma Linda Healthcare System,...
February 6, 2014

Sabbath school to feature editor of book on White, American religion Feb. 8

This spring, Oxford University Press will publish "Ellen Harmon White: American Prophet." As a preview, Terrie Aamodt, Ph.D., one of the book's editors, will introduce the book to the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class Sabbath, Feb....
February 8, 2014

Agape Concert (Feb. 8)

Join us for an evening full of beautiful performances that celebrate and portray love in unique ways. This event is hosted by the first year LLU Occupational Therapy students to raise funds for future mission trips thorughout the year. The... (Saturday, February 8, 6:00 pm–9:00 pm; Randall Amphitheater)
February 6, 2014

Mammoth resort offers special deal to LLU

Mammoth Mountain resort has extended an offer with special savings to all Loma Linda University employees and students Feb. 20 through Feb. 25. Stay in the Mammoth Mountain Inn, slopeside at the Main Lodge, for rates starting at $130 per night....
February 6, 2014

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January 30, 2014

15th Faculty Development Showcase slated for Feb. 25-28

Packed with information for faculty, the Loma Linda University 15th annual Faculty Development Showcase will offer sessions, workshops and seminars on the theme "Engaging Students" Feb. 25 through Feb. 28. All faculty are invited to participate...
January 30, 2014

February Oak Glen Fellowship examines White and vegetarianism

Theodore Leveterov, director of the Heritage Research Center, will present "Chicken, Ducks, and 'Other Good Stuff'--Ellen White and Vegetarian Diet" for the Oak Glen Fellowship Sabbath, Feb. 8. The Oak Glen Fellowship is held the second Sabbath...
January 30, 2014

How Adventists rediscovered their own history: Sabbath school recounts historians' story Feb. 1

Roy Branson will be telling "The Story of Rediscovering Adventist History" to the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sabbath, Feb. 1. As an increasing number of Adventists trained as professional historians in the 1970s, they began...
January 27, 2014

'Evening Rounds' now available at LLU Bookstore, Amazon.com

"Evening Rounds"--a devotional book composed of stories by students, alumni, faculty and friends of the Loma Linda University School of Medicine--is now available in paperback, hardcover and Kindle versions. Sequel to the 2009 devotional book...
January 16, 2014

Roundtable to discuss GC women's ordination meeting Feb. 1

The Loma Linda University Center for Christian Bioethics presents "Dispatches from the Women's Ordination Front: First-hand Reports on a Crucial Four-day Meeting," a roundtable discussion on the Jan. 21-25 General Conference Theology of...
January 16, 2014

Retreat brings women 'Together Transformed' Feb. 1

The annual Loma Linda University Women's Retreat will be held at Benedict Castle in Riverside Feb. 1. This year's theme is "Together Transformed." For the last 12 years, the Campus Chaplains have hosted a one-day retreat for students, staff and...
January 22, 2014

University email system to automatically protect secured information beginning Jan. 27

Loma Linda University will begin routing all outbound email through a data-loss prevention service beginning Monday, Jan. 27. The data-loss prevention service will evaluate outbound email for specific text that is likely to be secured...
January 22, 2014

Ethics film series continues with screenings of 'The Attack' Jan. 29-30

The Center for Christian Bioethics will screen "The Attack," the latest in its ongoing Ethics in Great Films series, Wednesday, Jan. 29, and Thursday, Jan. 30. Based on Yasima Khadra's internationally bestselling book, "The Attack" is the story...
January 23, 2014

Alexander workshop explores innerweave of personal, spiritual, professional goals and LLU mission Jan. 29

Wil Alexander, Ph.D., will present a workshop titled "Being One Together on a Continuing Mission" Wednesday, Jan. 29, as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series. Dr. Alexander, Loma Linda University School of Medicine professor of family...
January 22, 2014

Dentistry graduating seniors offer free dental screenings

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry graduating seniors will screen patients requiring certain dental treatment, including fillings and cleanings, as part of their dental licensing examinations. Patients who qualify for the exam requirements...
January 23, 2014

Sabbath school explores Adventism's biblical disagreements Jan. 25

Richard Rice, Ph.D., will conduct a new, in-depth exploration of "Why Adventists Disagree About the Bible" for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sabbath, Jan. 25. Dr. Rice's presentation is a summary of a major address he...
January 16, 2014

First LLU film festival explores 'I Was a Stranger' Jan. 24, 25

The Loma Linda University School of Religion Humanities Program presents the first LLU Film Festival, screening four films with a common theme--"I Was a Stranger"--exploring issues of legality, identity and humanity. Discussion panels after the...
January 16, 2014

How important is Adventist unity? asks Sabbath school Jan. 18

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class will explore "Adventist Church Unity: How Important is It--Really?" Sabbath, Jan. 18. Most assign unity a very high value for Adventism. But are there even higher values that sometimes flourish...
January 16, 2014

Auditions open for 'Pilgrim's Progress' musical

The Loma Linda University School of Religion is holding open auditions for its musical play "Pilgrim's Progress," to be performed April 4-6 and 11-13. Audtitions will be held Tuesday, Jan. 28, in the University Church Fellowship Hall from 6 p.m....
January 9, 2014

Annual Faith, Health and Wholeness Conference explores ethics of witnessing in health care Jan. 17-18

The Loma Linda University Health Center for Spiritual Life and Wholeness is sponsoring the 6th Annual Faith, Health and Wholeness Conference, this year entitled "To Share or Not To Share" Jan. 17 and 18. The conference will look at the ethics of...
January 9, 2014

Dentistry's Clinic with a Heart to provide free community dental services Jan. 12

The Loma Linda University School of Dentistry's 24th Clinic with a Heart will provide free limited dental care to the community Sunday, Jan. 12. Registration opens at 6:30 a.m. and will close when all patient care times have been filled. A...
January 9, 2014

Adventism's current currents series examines ordination minority report Jan. 11

David Larson, Ph.D., will discuss "Slaves, Sacrifice and Sex: Biblical Trajectories Today" Sabbath, Jan. 11. Dr. Larson will launch his discussion by looking at the minority report of the North American Division Commission on ordination of...
January 9, 2014

Medicine presents 'Evening Rounds' devotional

The Loma Linda University School of Medicine has released its second devotional book, "Evening Rounds," sequel to the 2009 devotional book "Morning Rounds." A compilation of 365 stories written by students, alumni, faculty and friends of the...
January 2, 2014

Sabbath school begins 'Current Currents in Adventist Thinking' series with NAD report on Women's ordination Jan. 4

David Larson, Ph.D., will present "Unity Thorugh Diversity: The North American Division Report on Ordination of Women" Sabbath, Jan. 4, for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class and is the first in a four-week series devoted to Current...
January 2, 2014

Train with a friend for free at Drayson Center

Make exercise fun and stay on track with your fitness goals this year. The Loma Linda University Drayson Center is offering a fitness special through Feb. 28: Purchase any personal training package and invite a friend to train with you for...
December 23, 2013

Professor, proponent of anarchism explores 'Peace on Earth' Dec. 28

Gary Chartier, J.D., Ph.D., associate dean of the La Sierra University Zapara School of Business, will make a timely and provocative presentation to the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class--"Anarchism and 'Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward
December 18, 2013

Sabbath school explores meaningful books Dec. 21

Members of the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class will share books that they'll be giving--or have requested--as Christmas presents this year Sabbath, Dec. 21. More importantly, they will explain why these books are important,
December 18, 2013

University Church presents 'Simplicity of Christmas'

The Loma Linda University Church Junior High School Sabbath School class presents "The Simplicity of Christmas" Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 19-21, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Take a guided tour through the nativity scenes of Biblical Bethlehem...
December 18, 2013

2014 Allied Health graduating class celebrated at 'hoodie' ceremony

The Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions dean's and alumni offices partnered to establish a new tradition to recognize the school's graduates: the Senior "Hoodie" Ceremony. With more than 500 students comprising the...
December 12, 2013

15th Faculty Development Showcase slated for Feb. 25-28

The 15th Faculty Development Showcase event, formerly the Education Conference and Faire, will be held from Tuesday, Feb. 25, through Friday, Feb. 28, in the Centennial Complex Chen Fong Conference Center. The event will feature Dr. Elizabeth...
December 12, 2013

Wholeness workshop delivers wake-up call on sleep Jan. 15

Cameron J. Johnson, M.D., will present a workshop titled "Sleep: A Psychiatrist Delivers a Wake-up Call" Wednesday, Jan. 15, the latest in the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series. The workshop will highlight the importance of sleep and cover the...
December 12, 2013

Reports from theological conferences subject of Sabbath School Dec. 14

Religion professors from Loma Linda University and La Sierra University will share recent experiences attending four annual gatherings of theologians for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sabbath, Dec. 14. "Dispatches from the...
December 12, 2013

Parking Department to relocate to new parking structure offices

The Loma Linda University Parking Department will move to a new office in the new West Hall parking structure. The new office is located on the southeast corner of the lower level, just past the elevators. To prepare for the move, the current...
December 21, 2013

A Christmas Trilogy (12/21)

Featuring three choirs--the LSU Vocal Octet Alumni Choir, the William Chunestudy Men's Choir and the William Chunestudy Chorale--and three short concerts--"A Gentle Christmas," "Deck the Halls" and "Here We Come a Caroling"--in three venues, all... (Saturday, December 21, 4:00 pm–4:00 pm; La Sierra University)
December 5, 2013

Pharmacy to host reception for exhibition by two LLU photographers

Students, faculty and staff are invited to view a collection of sixty-two fine art photographs during a special reception 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday Dec. 5, at the School of Pharmacy's Shryock Hall.  The photographs are featured in a collection
December 5, 2013

SAHP dean receives ASAHP pluralism award

Dr. Craig Jackson, dean of the Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions, received the Cultural Pluralism Award at the 2013 Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) Conference in October. The Cultural Pluralism...
December 5, 2013

'Eternal Chains' and the fall of angels in NT prophets subject of Sabbath School Dec. 7

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class will venture into an unusual and evocative theme, "Eternal Chains in the Nether Gloom: The Fall of Angels in the Minor Prophets of the New Testament," Sabbath, Dec. 7. Warren Trenchard, Ph.D.,...
December 5, 2013

Loma Linda University hams to meet, hold elections Dec. 8

The Loma Linda University Amateur Radio Club, K6LLU, will hold an organization meeting Sunday, Dec. 8, to elect officers and board members and to update club records. The club provides public service and emergency communications for Loma Linda...
November 22, 2013

Conversation with author Gary Chartier Dec. 7

The Center for Christian Bioethics presents the latest in its Conversations with Authors series featuring Gary Chartier, J.D., Ph.D., professor of law and business ethics and associate dean of the Zapara School of Business at La Sierra...
December 5, 2013

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December 14, 2013

Oak Glen Fellowship (12/14)

"Christmas in the Glen": Join us for singing of carols, sharing of stories and enjoying a variety of special music. Join Dr. Richard and Judy Hart at their home in Oak Glen on the second Sabbath of each month, October through May. Dress is... (Saturday, December 14, 10:30 am–1:00 pm; 39277 Harris Road, Yucaipa)
December 17, 2013

LLU Employee Christmas Breakfast

This event is open to LLU/LLUSS employees only. (Tuesday, December 17, 7:00 am–11:00 am; Centennial Complex Chen Fong Conference Center (4th floor))
December 2, 2013

Occupational therapy hosts research colloquium Dec. 5

The School of Allied Health department of occupational therapy will host its Graduate Research Colloquium Thursday, Dec. 5, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Centennial Complex Damazo Amphitheatre. The evening will include the first Annual Huecker
November 26, 2013

Nov. 30 Sabbath school to examine 2 Peter, today's 'Great Disappointment'

Dr. David Larson will present "2 Peter: Coping with today's 'Great Disappointment'" on Nov. 30. Dr. Larson considers 2 Peter's discussion on coping with the delay of the Second Coming of Christ as one of the most profound in the New Testament.
November 20, 2013

NT prophets series continues with examination of Stephen Nov. 23

Aly Benitez will present the next class in the ongoing Minor Prophets of the New Testament, "Stephen: To See God’s Glory," Sabbath, Nov. 23. Ms. Benitez, chaplain at Loma Linda University Medical Center–Murietta, will explore the most prominent...
November 21, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar

"Migraine and Stroke: Experimental Insight into a Clinical Association" presented by Cenk Ayata, M.D., assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and assistant in neurology and neuroscience at Massachusetts General Hospital. Hosted by John H.... (Thursday, November 21, 4:00 pm–4:50 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
November 11, 2013

Screening of 'Girl Rising' highlights importance of education Nov. 14

"Girl Rising," a feature film about the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to transform societies, presents the remarkable stories of nine girls around the world, told by celebrated writers and voiced by renowned actors. Join...
November 14, 2013

Wholeness series passes 'Wisdom for Living' Nov. 20

Jim Greek, D.Min., will facilitate a panel discussion during a workshop titled "The Foxfire Effect: The Art of Passing Forward Wisdom for Living," part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series, Wednesday, Nov. 20. Dr. Greek, director of chaplain...
November 14, 2013

'Jude--Faith Again for the First Time' continues study of NT Minor Prophets Nov. 16

Bernard Taylor, professor of religion at Loma Linda University, will discuss "Jude--Faith Again for the First Time" Sabbath, Nov. 16. The one-chapter book of Jude is the next-to-the last book of the New Testament and continues the Roy Branson and...
November 18, 2013

Department of Preventive Medicine Distinguished Speaker Series

The department of preventive medicine, as part of its Distinguished Speaker Series, presents Joan Sabaté, Ph.D., Dr.P.H., who will present "Nut Consumption and Risk of Heart Disease and Diabetes--Epidemiologic Evidence." Accreditation Statement:... (Monday, November 18, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm; Cutler Amphitheater)
November 14, 2013

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November 14, 2013

16th annual Basic Science Research Symposium

"Focus on the BRAIN Initiative" Mortensen Lecture keynote speaker: William T. Newsom, Ph.D., professor of neurobiology, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; co-chair of the Brain Initiative Advisory Committee, Stanford University School of Medicine.... (Thursday, November 14, 8:30 am–5:30 pm; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center)
November 11, 2013

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November 8, 2013

Say 'Goodbye Diabetes' during seminar Nov. 17-19

Clinical nutritionist and lifestyle medicine specialist Dr. Wes Youngberg will present information from his book "Goodbye Diabetes" during a three-night seminar series Nov. 17 through Nov. 19. Dr. Youngberg earned a doctorate in clinical...
November 14, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series (Nov. 14)

"Stroke Neuroprotection For the Aging Brain: Interactions of Estrogen/IGF-1 / MicroRNA" presented by Farida Sohrabji, Ph.D., professor of neuroscience and experiemental therapeutics, Texas A&M Health Science Center. Hosted by Jerome Badaut,... (Thursday, November 14, 4:00 pm–4:50 pm; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center)
November 7, 2013

Allied Health film festival highlights service projects Nov. 7

The Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions presents the second Annual Mission Film Fest, featuring service projects in which students, staff and faculty have participated locally and internationally, Thursday, Nov. 7. Dr....
November 7, 2013

'God Takes the Witness Stand' in 1 John for Sabbath school Nov. 9

Ivan Blazen, Ph.D., will present "1 John: When God Takes the Witness Stand" Sabbath, Nov. 9. Dr. Blazen's presentation continues the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class series, Minor Prophets of the New Testament, an ongoing study of the...
November 11, 2013

The State of Technology (Nov. 11)

The Office of University Information Services will present The State of Technology. Learn about some of the latest advances in technology on campus including: Video Live: (Monday, November 11, 12:00 pm–1:30 pm; Faculty Reading Room)
November 9, 2013

Oak Glen Fellowship (Nov. 9)

"Global Education: A Resident's Experience" Join Dr. Richard and Judy Hart at their home in beautiful Oak Glen the second Sabbath of each month from October through May. Dress is casual, but bring a jacket or wear layered clothing. Get to know... (Saturday, November 9, 10:30 am–12:00 pm; 39277 Harris Road, Yucaipa)
November 7, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series (Nov. 7)

"Antenatal Maternal Stress and Fetal Programming" presented by George Saade, M.D., professor, department of obstetrics and gynecology; director, division of maternal-fetal medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch. Hosted by Lubo Zhang,... (Thursday, November 7, 4:00 pm–4:50 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
November 6, 2013

Wholeness series examines professional success, accomplishment Nov. 6

Craig Jackson, J.D., M.S.W., will present a workshop titled “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” Wednesday, Nov. 6, as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series. Dr. Jackson is dean of the Loma Linda University School of Allied Health...
October 31, 2013

Heretics in 2, 3 John subject of Sabbath School Nov. 2

Dr. John Jones will present "Will the Real Heretic Please Stand Up?" a study of 2 and 3 John, two short books at the end of the New Testament. The presentation will continue the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class's Minor Prophets of the...
October 31, 2013

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October 31, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"An Unfinished Journey: From Apollo 11 to Radiobiology Translational Research" by Marcelo Vazquez, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor and director of clinical and translational radiobiological research, department of radiation medicine and James M.... (Thursday, October 31, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
October 25, 2013

Malamulo missionary doctors to present at MIG-DMA vespers Nov. 1

Dr. Ryan Hayton and Dr. James Crounse will share stories from the Malawian mission field for a joint Mission Interest Group (MIG)-Deferred Mission Appointees (DMA) vespers service Friday, Nov. 1, at 5 p.m. Dr. Hayton (2005) and Dr. Crounse (2007)...
October 23, 2013

'Breaking the Silence' event remembers victims of domestic violence Oct. 24

To commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Loma Linda University and Option House, Inc., will host "Breaking the Silence," a candlelight vigil for victims of domestic violence Thursday, Oct. 24. "Breaking the Silence" is an opportunity...
October 23, 2013

Wholeness series workshop explores managing parental expectations in professional school Oct. 30

Graham Stacey, Ph.D., will moderate a panel of individuals as he presents a workshop titled "Parental Expectations and Perfectionism: Getting Through or Going Crazy in Professional School" as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series Wednesday,...
October 23, 2013

Sabbath school examines 2 Peter, today's 'great disappointment' Oct. 26

Dr. David Larson will present "2 Peter: Coping with Today's 'Great Disappointment'" Oct. 26. Dr. Larson considers Second Peter's discussion of how to cope with the delay of the Second Coming of Christ as one of the most profound in the New...
October 23, 2013

CrossTraining Bible study helps men find Biblical answers to tough questions

What's the definition of a man? How does God want to equip men to serve and follow Him? Join CrossTraining Tuesdays from noon to 12:50 p.m. in the Councilors Student Pavilion Conference Room to learn how God led and interacted with men in the...
October 23, 2013

Proposal submission open for Faculty Development Showcase

The Faculty Development Showcase Week is a biennial event sponsored by the Faculty Development in Education Committee under the auspices of the University Faculty Council. This event features a variety of activities that include plenary lectures,...
October 23, 2013

Campus Ministries welcomes new staff member

The Campus Ministries team extends a tremendous thank-you to an outgoing staff member--and welcomes a new one. Jael Amador, formerly coordinator of events and student outreach, is leaving Campus Ministries to devote her time to her doctorate...
October 24, 2013

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October 17, 2013

Power of Pink event offers mentoring, support to female students Oct. 24

As an institution that prepares men and women to become health professionals, Loma Linda University recognizes the need to foster an environment that encourages and develops successful female leaders. Research has shown that mentoring is...
October 17, 2013

NT scholar explores I Peter, life's challenges Oct. 19

Professor Rob McIver, Ph.D., will teach the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sabbath, Oct. 19, discussing "I Peter: Living in the Light of Life's Challenges." Professor MacIver's presentation continues the class's study of the Minor...
October 24, 2013

3rd Thursday Faculty Meeting

"Integrating Faith into Global Health!" presented by Dr. Donn P. Gaede, Loma Linda University School of Public Health. Dr. Gaede teaches in the areas of international health administration and management. His current research is in HIV/AIDS... (Thursday, October 24, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm; Faculty Reading Room)
October 17, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"How the Alpha-1a Adrenergic Receptor Induces Either Cell Proliferation or Antiproliferative Hypertrophy Dependent Soley on Agonist Concentration" presented by Daniel P. Morris, Ph.D., assistant research professor, department of anesthesiology,... (Thursday, October 17, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
October 17, 2013

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October 9, 2013

Bioethics center kicks off Ethics in Great Films series with 'Something the Lord Made' Oct. 23-24

The Center for Christian Bioethics begins its Ethics in Great Films series with a free screening of "Something the Lord Made" Wednesday, Oct. 23, and Thursday, Oct. 24. This Emmy-award-winning film tells the true story of an interracial...
October 9, 2013

Bioethics Grand Rounds examines guns, public health Oct. 30

The Center for Christian Bioethics presents the first Bioethics Grand Rounds of the 2013–2014 academic year: "Gun Violence & The Public Health." Presenter Daniel Giang, M.D., associate dean, graduate medical education, for the Loma Linda...
October 9, 2013

New Sabbath School series explores New Testament minor prophets Oct. 12

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class begins a new six week series Sabbath, Oct. 12: The Minor Prophets of the New Testament. The series kicks off with "James: The Brother of Jesus Addresses Christian Jews Throughout the Empire,"...
October 10, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

"Intranasal insulin, drugs and stem cells bypass the blood-brain barrier to treat Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke and other brain disorders" presented by William H. Frey II, Ph.D., professor and director of the Alzheimer's Research Center,... (Thursday, October 10, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
October 9, 2013

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September 30, 2013

Astrophysicist to explore 'Our Place in the Universe' Oct. 5

Robert Piccioni, Ph.D., will present "Our Place in the Universe," an examination of our scientifically improbable universe and how people fit into the grand cosmic scheme Sabbath, Oct. 5. Dr. Piccioni earned his doctorate in high energy physics from
October 3, 2013

Wholeness series takes on falling in love--and staying there--Oct. 9

Carla Gober, Ph.D., director of Loma Linda University Center for Spiritual Life and Wholeness, will present the next workshop in the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series titled "Falling in Love and Staying There" Wednesday, Oct 9. Objectives of the...
October 3, 2013

Use badge as debit card for selected copiers, printers, vending machines

Staring Oct. 1, the new Loma Linda University eAccounts system gives students, staff and guests the ability to deposit money online to use their LLUH ID badge as a debit card for selected copiers, printers and vending machines on...
October 3, 2013

Sabbath school shares books during 'Harvest of Summer Reading' Oct. 5

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class will celebrate an annual event--A Harvest of Summer Reading--Sabbath, October 5. Members of the class and visitors will share books they have read the last few months that they feel have enriched...
October 3, 2013

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October 3, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

The Neural Control of Breathing: Modulation by Cytokines presented by Dr. Christopher Wilson, associate professor of perinatal biology, associate professor of physiology basic science, and associate professor of pediatrics. Hosted by Dr. Lubo... (Thursday, October 3, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
October 12, 2013

Oak Glen Fellowship (10/12)

"International Missions from the Student's Perspective" presented by the Loma Linda University Mission Interest Group. Join Dr. Richard and Judy Hart at their home in Oak Glen on the second Sabbath of each month from October through May. Dress... (Saturday, October 12, 10:30 am–1:00 pm; 39277 Harris Road, Yucaipa)
September 26, 2013

The basics of Christian belief the subject of Sabbath School class Sep. 28

Anthony Zuccarelli, Ph.D, asks "What Does God Want From Me? Faith?" of the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sep. 28, examining the basics of Christian belief. Dr. Zuccarelli earned his doctorate in biophysics from the California...
September 26, 2013

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September 19, 2013

University celebrates commitment to God with Convocation Chapel Oct. 2

Loma Linda University students, faculty and staff are invited to attend Convocation Chapel to celebrate the University's commitment to God Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the University Church sanctuary. This annual service brings together students, staff,
September 19, 2013

Sabbath School examines Jesus as revolutionary Sep. 21

Peter Cimpoeru, Ph.D., asks "Was Jesus as Revolutionary?" during the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class Sabbath, Sep. 21. Dr. Cimpoeru will bring to the subject not only his scholarly studies in intellectual and political history, but...
September 12, 2013

Sabbath School explores 'Kingdom of God' as metaphor (9/14)

Henry Lamberton, Psy.D, has wanted for many years to expand our understanding of the familiar biblical concept of the Kingdom of God. Sabbath, Sep. 14, Dr. Lamberton will discuss "The Kingdom of God: The Scope and Power of a Metaphor" for the Roy
September 26, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series (9/26)

"State of Basic Science" Welcome new faculty and graduate students 2013-2014 Presented by Penelope Duerksen-Hughes, Ph.D., associate dean, basic sciences and translational research. (Thursday, September 26, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
August 31, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School (Aug. 31)

Health topic: "Lifestyle Disease and Risk Reduction" by Lap Le. Reducing and preventing chronic diseases for good. Bible lesson: "Reformation: The Outgrowth of Revival" (Lesson 9) by Dr. Dos Santos. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a health... (Saturday, August 31, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
August 20, 2013

Nominate employees committed to spiritual wholeness for Spiritual Life Service Awards

The LLUH Spiritual Life and Wholeness committee seeks to recognize employees who exhibit a special commitment to the spiritual wholeness of others.
August 24, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School (Aug. 24)

Health topic: "Healing Love in Nature" by Aunt Coleen. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a review of the lesson and a health topic each Sabbath. Sponsored by the LLUC Health Ministries Committee and the LLUSPH preventive care program. (Saturday, August 24, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
August 26, 2013

CHDMM and Department of Basic Sciences Distinguished Seminar Series in Health Disparities

The Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine and the department of basic sciences Distinguished Seminar Series in Health Disparities. "Disparities in Health: Troubling Patterns, Promising Interventions" by David R. Williams, Ph.D.,... (Monday, August 26, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
August 15, 2013

CHDMM, Behavioral Health sponsor Black Men's Health Fair Aug. 18

The Loma Linda University School of Medicine Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine (CHDMM) and the School of Behavioral Health will sponsor a Black Men's Health Fair Sunday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kansas Avenue...
August 15, 2013

Sabbath school examines Paul, I Cor. 13 and 'Foundation of the New Community' Aug. 17

Michael J. Orlich, M.D., will present "Love Just Is: Paul and the Foundation of the New Community" Sabbath, Aug. 17, in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class. He will focus on one of the most famous chapters in the Bible, I...
August 8, 2013

University to begin 40 Days of Prayer

Summer Quarter is almost at an end and Fall Quarter, which heralds the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year, looms in the horizon. As the University prepares to welcome new and returning students, it is fitting for the University community to...
August 8, 2013

Sabbath School to examine Jeremiah, roles of women and role reversal Aug. 10

Sigve Tonstad, M.D., Ph.D., will present a lecture titled "'A Woman Shall Encompass a Man': When the New is the Norm" Sabbath, Aug. 10 to the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class.Dr. Tonstad, a professor in both the School of Religion and the
August 1, 2013

Health Disparities Research Symposium to feature over 50 research presentations

The Loma Linda University Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine (CDHMM) will host the 13th Annual Health Disparities Research Symposium Wednesday, Aug. 7. The keynote speaker will be Dr. John Matsui, assistant dean, biological
August 1, 2013

Paul the 'eternal enemy of woman'? Sabbath school explores Paul and women

The great playwright George Bernard Shaw expressed an attitude of many contemporary thinkers when he said that Paul was the “eternal enemy of Woman.” Laura Alipoon, Ed.D, chair of radiation technology in the Loma Linda University School of Allied...
August 3, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health topic: Interview with Dr. Ellsworth Wareham, retired surgeon at 95. Bible lesson: "Obedience: The Fruit of Revival" (Lesson 5) by Dr. Dos Santos. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a review of the lesson and a health topic each... (Saturday, August 3, 10:15 am–Thursday, August 1, 11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
July 25, 2013

MIG-DMA vespers to feature Cameroon missionaries

The Mission Interest Group (MIG) and Deferred Mission Appointees (DMA) will host a vespers service Aug. 2. Bill and Trixy Colwell, missionaries from Cameroon, will be presenting. Dr. Trixy Colwell (SM 2006) is medical director and physician at Buea
July 25, 2013

Attorney will explore 'Paul and the State' July 27

Donna Carlson, M.D., J.D, will lead a discussion Sabbath, July 27, titled "Just Following Orders? Paul and the State." Dr. Carlson, a pediatrician trained at Loma Linda University, received her law degree, with honors, from the University of...
July 30, 2013

Preventive Care Clinic Open House

Join us to celebrate Loma Linda Universty Health Drayson Center Preventive Care Clinic at an open house. The event will include free wellness profiles and testing. Light refreshments will be served. (Tuesday, July 30, 3:00 pm–7:00 pm; Drayson Center)
July 18, 2013

Sabbath school to discuss homosexuality in the time of Paul

David Larson, PhD, professor of religion and longtime director of the Center for Christian Bioethics at Loma Linda University, will lead a discussion on Paul and homosexuality this Sabbath, July 20, in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class.
July 12, 2013

Reading, literacy camp still has spaces available

The School of Allied Health Professions department of communication sciences and disorders is holding an intensive phonological awareness and literacy camp July 22 through Aug. 2. The program is designed for incoming kindergarten through third...
July 11, 2013

Paul on pleasure and context of Galations subject of Sabbath School July 13

Roy Branson, Ph.D., will present "The End of Fun? Paul and Pleasure?" to the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sabbath, July 13. Dr. Branson, director of the Center for Christian Bioethics, will explore the Greek and Roman cultural...
June 27, 2013

Free 66ers game for all employees, students, and volunteers

All employees, students, and volunteers are invited to the annual All Star Appreciation Day baseball game on Wednesday, July 17, at 7:00 p.m. at the Inland Empire 66ers Stadium. Read on to learn how you can receive up to six free admission tickets plus enter to win great prizes, including a trip to Hawaii.
July 3, 2013

Sabbath school begins 'Paul Among the People' series July 6

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class will begin a new series titled Paul Among the People. Dr. Roy Branson will lead the opening meeting with "Reimagining Paul in His Own Time" July 6. For seven Sabbaths, the class will study how Paul
June 27, 2013

Series concludes with reprise of 'Healing in the Bible' June 29

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class culuminates its Healing in the Bible series with "Healing in the Scripture--A Reprise" Sabbath, June 29. Throughout the series, the class has explored the various meanings of healing throughout...
June 27, 2013

See Angels, Twins matchup July 23

The Office of Student Affairs has discounted tickets to see the Anaheim Angels and the Minnesota Twins Tuesday, July 23, at 7:05 p.m. Tickets, regularly $24, are $18 in section V408, rows G, H and J. Tickets include a surfing rally monkey plush...
June 29, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School (June 29)

Health topic: An interview with Dr. Moses Christian by Dr. Dos Santos. Lessons from an 85-year-old marathon runner. Bible lesson: "Lest We Forget! (Malachi)" (Lesson 13) by U'Rainnah Broussard. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a review of... (Saturday, June 29, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
July 15, 2013

Professional Adventists for Safety and Security (July 15-16)

Topics, speakers and events include Faith-based security NICU/PICU disaster responses FBI Special Agent Cugno FBI Special Agent Kerry Smith Tour of the Sim Lab Active shooter response Disaster preparedness Health lifestyles K-9 (Monday, July 15, 8:00 am–Tuesday, July 16, 5:00 pm; Centennial Complex room 3111)
June 20, 2013

'Loma Linda 360' wins five Emmy Awards

Loma Linda University Health's TV show, which portrays the resilience of humankind and celebrates life, won Emmys in multiple categories at the 39th Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards on June 15.
June 21, 2013

Biblical paralytic meets college group June 22

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class' ongoing series, Healing in the Bible, continues Sabbath, June 22, with a presentation from Vaughn Nelson titled "Luke's Paralytic Meets a La Sierra Men's Group" (Luke 5:17-26). Vaughn Nelson...
June 20, 2013

Commencement photos: celebration of education

Loma Linda University held its second and final round of graduation ceremonies Sunday, June 16, awarding diplomas to graduates of the Schools of Behavioral Health, Nursing, Religion, Public Health, and Allied Health Professions. These photos capture a few of those happy moments.
June 13, 2013

Physician to explore dying, healing for 'Healing in the Bible' series June 15

Michael J. Orlich, M.D., will discuss "Dying Apart, Healing Together (Psalm 77)" Sabbath, June 15, with the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class. Dr. Orlich is director of the preventative medicine residency program for the School of...
September 19, 2013

Save the Date: Faculty Colloquium Sept. 19

The 2013 Annual Faculty Colloquium will be held Thursday, Sept. 19. Program details and registration form will be sent to all faculty mid-summer. (Thursday, September 19)
May 30, 2013

Nominate LLUH employees who are living whole

The Living Whole employee wellness program is looking for employees to highlight and acknowledge. Honorees will be nominated by fellow employees.
June 3, 2013

Farmer's market night at LLU grand opening June 11

A new certified farmer’s market featuring organic produce, fresh fruits, and vegetables from local farmers, as well as prepared foods will celebrate its grand opening Tuesday, June 11, from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Loma Linda Farmer’s Market will...
June 5, 2013

Celebrate dads, grads: Save $50 on selected Apple products at Campus Store

Through Friday, June 14, employees, faculty, and staff save an additional $50 off any purchase of a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air in celebration of Father’s Day and graduation. Also this month, save 25 percent off on select third-generation iPad...
June 6, 2013

'Sabbath' topic of next presentation in Healing series June 8

John Jones, Ph.D., will lead a discussion titled "The Sabbath and Healing in the Early Church" Sabbath, June 8, for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class. Dr. Jones, professor of religion at the La Sierra University H.M.S. Richards...
June 8, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health topic: "Is It Worthwhile To Live In the Blue Zone?" by Dr. Dos Santos. What is the advantage to living a long life? Is it worthwhile to live longer in this current world? Bible lesson: "First Things First! (Haggai)" (Lesson 10) by Dr. Dos... (Saturday, June 8, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
May 30, 2013

Healing series continues with Hezekiah's prayer June 1

David Larson, Ph.D., will present "Hezekiah & Prayer: Plead and Regret What You Receive (2 Kings 20:1-11; Isaiah 38:1-22)" Sabbath, June 1, for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class. The Bible reports that the Lord gives King Hezekiah...
June 5, 2013

Psychology Department Open House - Celebrate Louis Jenkins, Ph.D.

The psychology department invites everyone to attend an Open House Wednesday, June 5, from noon to 2 p.m. to celebrate Louis Jenkins, Ph.D. After 17 years of service at Loma Linda University and 12 years as chair of the psychology department,... (Wednesday, June 5, 12:00 pm–2:00 pm; Central Building, 11130 Anderson Street, Fireside Lounge)
June 1, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health lecture: "Heart-healthy Diabetes-Friendly Diet For You and Your Loved Ones" by Cheri Watkins, M.S. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a review of the lesson and a health topic each Sabbath. Sponsored by the LLUC Health Ministries... (Saturday, June 1, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
May 23, 2013

Health policy fellow engages with community to create healthier Loma Linda

One Loma Linda resident and School of Public Health student is working hard to make sure Loma Linda remains a “Blue Zone” and is as healthy as it can be. Andrejs Galenieks is a Randall Lewis Health Policy Fellow in the M.P.H. health policy and...
May 23, 2013

Sabbath school continues Healing series with 'Waters' May 25

Dr. Roy Branson will present "The Waters of Baptism and the Healing of the Cosmos" Sabbath, May 25. Dr. Branson, director of the Center for Christian Bioethics, will continue the Healing in the Bible series and focus on New Testament passages,...
May 23, 2013

Student Affairs offers discounted baseball tickets

The Office of Student Affairs has tickets available for the Sunday, June 30, game between the Dodgers and Phillies. Tickets for the Dodgers-Phillies game are $10 for the VIP top deck, section 11, rows G-H. The game starts at 1:10 p.m. at Dodgers
May 16, 2013

Poet, activist to read selections May 23

Sonia Sanchez, award-winning poet and activist, will present "The Artist as Creator of Social Values," part of the Loma Linda University School of Religion's Art That Health Arts and Lectures series Thursday, May 23. Ms. Sanchez has published...
May 25, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School May 25

Health topic by Cheri Watkins, M.S. Bible lesson: "Trusting God's Goodness (Habbakuk)" (Lesson 8) by Dr. Dos Santos. An offical LLUC Sabbath School with a review of the lesson and a health topic each Sabbath. Sponsored by the LLUC Health... (Saturday, May 25, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
May 16, 2013

Public Health team competes in Health Care Executives' competition at CSUSB

Loma Linda University School of Public Health Master of Business Administration students Edwin Hernandez, Chintan Somaiya, Natalie Eloskof and Travis Young, together with their faculty advisor Brian Weed, M.A., competed on Friday, April 26, at...
May 16, 2013

Series begins exploration of healing May 18

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class starts a new series, Healing in the Bible, looking at metaphors and themes about healing that run through the Old and New Testaments This Sabbath, May 18. This first Sabbath of the series, Roy...
May 2, 2013

San Bernardino Symphony to perform on LLU campus mall May 19

On Sunday, May 19, from 5 p.m. to 6:45 p.m., LLU Health will host the San Bernardino Symphony as it presents its final concert of the year on the LLU campus mall. The concert is complimentary to employees, faculty, students, and their families. The community is also invited to attend this very special event.
May 9, 2013

The pink event offers mentoring, support to female students May 16

As an institution that prepares men and women to become health professionals, Loma Linda University recognizes the need to foster an environment that encourages and develops successful female leaders. Research has shown that mentoring is...
May 9, 2013

Creation and 'The Openness of God' subject of Sabbath School May 11

Richard Rice, Ph.D, will discuss "Creatio Ex Nihilo: It's Not All About Nothing" Sabbath, May 11, in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class. Dr. Rice, professor of religion at Loma Linda University, has written several books. His best...
April 4, 2013

Claremont theologian to speak for inaugural Baldwin Memorial Lecture May 18

John B. Cobb Jr., Ph.D., distinguished Claremont theologian, will deliver the inaugural lecture of the newly established Dalton Baldwin Memorial Lectureship Sabbath, May 18, at 3:30 p.m. in the Centennial Complex Damazo Amphitheater. A response,...
May 15, 2013

San Diego Zoo Australian Outback Tour

Come walkabout and enjoy a red kangaroo, koala, kookaburra, moluccan cockatoo, cane toad and blue tongued skink. The San Diego Zoo is sponsoring a door prize: a San Diego Zoo gift basket including complimentary tickets to the zoo and a one-night... (Wednesday, May 15, 12:00 pm–2:00 pm; Campus Mall)
October 20, 2013

HALL Seventeenth Annual Scholarship Banquet

Speaker: Dr. Louie F. Rodriguez, California State University San Bernardino. Tickets: Singles, $140; couples, $275; students and pastors, $65; table for eight, $1,100. Tickets can be purchased at the Office of Diversity or by mail: HALL... (Sunday, October 20, 4:30 pm–10:00 pm; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center)
May 2, 2013

Help early elementary students with reading at literacy camp

The School of Allied Health Professions department of communication sciences and disorders is offering an intensive Phonological Awareness and Literacy Camp for incoming kindergarten through third grade students who are presenting with difficulty...
May 2, 2013

Sabbath school poet-prophet series wraps up May 4

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class will conclude its ongoing series, Prophets: Poets Aflame with God’s Passion, Sabbath, May 4, with a wrap-up of weeks studying the Minor Prophets of the Old Testament: "The Fire This Time: Two...
April 30, 2013

One-day prayer retreat May 4 invites you to 'Pause'

When was the last time you paused--ceased the breakneck pace of your life--to breathe and take in beauty and be? What would you hear the Lord whisper that you can't hear over the everyday events and voices in your life that scream at you? Pause...
April 30, 2013

See Dodgers take on Giants June 25

The Los Angeles Dodgers will play the San Francisco Giants Tuesday, June 25, at 7:10 p.m. Tickets in section 9RS, rows g-h, are $18 at the Office of Student Affairs and include a promotional beach towel giveaway. For more information, call...
April 26, 2013

Entrusted: Christians and Environmental Care (April 26-27)

Exciting live animals at Entrusted: Christians and Environmental Care symposium. Registration open Friday, April 26, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at Damazo Amphitheater, Centennial Complex. (Friday, April 26, 8:00 am–Saturday, April 27, 5:00 pm; Damazo Amphitheater, Centennial Complex)
April 25, 2013

PossAbilities Triathlon will close local roads

The 11th annual PossAbilities Triathlon will take place near and around Loma Linda University Sunday, April 28. To ensure the safety of the event's participants, the following road closures and restrictions will be in effect: 4 a.m. to 10...
April 25, 2013

CrossTraining Bible study teaches God's plan for men

In the Bible, men were called to build an ark, or kill a giant, or face a mighty army with just a few others. Others were asked to leave home for a far-off land or endured great loss. Have you wondered if you would be strong enough to meet those...
April 25, 2013

Roundtable examines guns, public health May 11

The Center for Christian Bioethics presents a roundtable discussion titled Gun Violence and Public Health Sabbath, May 11, at 3 p.m. The roundtable will feature Tae Kim, M.D.; Daniel Giang, M.D.; Kathleen Clem, M.D.; and Ehren Ngo, M.S. The...
April 25, 2013

Divinity school dean to introduce Malachi again, for the first time April 27

John Webster, Ph.D., will lead the Roy Branson & Friends Sabbath School in readings and study of the last book of the Old Testament in "Malachi: Reading Malachi Again...As if for the First Time" Sabbath, April 27. The last verses of the last...
April 27, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health topic: "Alcohol and Health: Delineating the Facts" by Ellen Kim Cho, M.P.H. Effects of alcohol on CVD and cancer. Bible lesson: "Lord of All Nations (Amos)" (lesson 4) by Elder Beecher. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a review of... (Saturday, April 27, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
April 18, 2013

Communication sciences and disorders offers children's low-cost speech therapy program

The School of Allied Health Professions department of communication sciences and disorders will offer a low-cost, group speech therapy program for preschool children, ages 3-5, beginning in early October. The program is designed for children...
April 18, 2013

Help Dentistry students pass boards, receive free dental care

Graduating seniors from the Loma Linda University School of Dentistry are screening patients who need particular kinds of dental treatment, including fillings and dental cleanings, to receive care during students' dental licensing exams. Patients...
April 18, 2013

Explore the world of poet-prophet Zachariah April 20

Of the Minor Prophets, the book of Zechariah is the longest and the one quoted most often in the New Testament. From the Gospels through to the Book of Revelation, the Christian church remembered striking images in Zechariah. Dr. Roy Branson,...
April 20, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health topic: "Stress Management--Is That Possible?" Stress definitions, causes and consequences. Stress coping skills. Speaker's struggles with stress and more. Bible lesson: "A Holy and Just God (Joel)" (Lesson 3) by Elder Beecher. An... (Saturday, April 20, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
May 2, 2013

Passport to Benefits - LLU Employee Benefits Fair

Grand prize valued at $500, sponsored by Human Resource Management. Open enrollment is May 1-15. (Thursday, May 2, 8:30 am–1:00 pm; Lawn between the University Church and Prince Hall)
April 11, 2013

Screening of 'The Cove' explores ethics of animals for entertainment, food May 1-2

The Center for Christian Bioethics presents a free screening of "The Cove" Wednesday, May 1, and Thursday, May 2, part of its continuing Ethics in Great Films series. The film follows Ric O'Barry, a former dolphin trainer turned activist, to a...
April 11, 2013

Haggai and great poets reflect on acts of restoration April 13

Melissa Brotton, Ph.D., will present "Haggai: The Shaking of the Nations; the Filling of the Temple" at the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Sabbath, April 13. Dr. Brotton continues Prophets--Poets Aflame with God’s Passion, an ongoing...
March 27, 2013

Allied Health alumni weekend includes whole person care course, more CE opportunities

The School of Allied Health Professions 17th Annual Homecoming and Continuing Education convention will include continuing education options April 17-21, including Interdisciplinary Approach to Whole Person Care April 18. All health care...
April 13, 2013

Oak Glen Fellowship - Protecting the Vulnerable: The Story of Child Abuse Among Us (April 13)

"Protecting the Vulnerable: The Story of Child Abuse Among Us" presented by Dr. Clare Sheridan and Dr. Amy Young-Snodgrass Join Dr. Richard and Judy Hart at their home in beautiful Oak Glen on the second Sabbath of each month, October through... (Saturday, April 13, 10:30 am–12:00 pm; 39277 Harris Road, Yucaipa)
April 5, 2013

LLU Chivalry Week challenges men, honors women

Is chivalry really dead, as skeptics claim? Are we longing for something lost that cannot be revived? Can it exist in a world with a mentality of "what's in it for me?" During Chivalry Week, the Campus Chaplains--in collaboration with Student...
April 4, 2013

Rubidoux pastor to speak for Spring Week of Renewal April 8-12

Pastor Michael Kelly, pastor of the Mount Rubidoux Seventh-day Adventist Church, will be the featured speaker for the Spring Week of Renewal. Join University@Worship each morning at 11 a.m. in the University Church or online at
April 4, 2013

'MissRepresentation' questions media's portrayal of women, girls

The Loma Linda University Campus Chaplains, School of Public Health, School of Behavioral Health and the Domestic Violence Task Force will host a screening of "MissRepresentation" Wednesday, April 10. "MissRepresentation" is an award-winning...
April 4, 2013

Echoes of Habbakkuk's 'righteous live by their faith' subject of Sabbath school April 6

Peter Cimpoeru, Ph.D, will continue the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School series Prophets--Poets Aflame with God's Passion Sabbath, April 6. Dr. Cimpoeru's presentation, "Habbakkuk: The Righteous Live by Their Faith," will explore how...
April 6, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School (April 6)

Health news by Mitch Barlow. Health topic: "Mission Trip to Ukraine Update" by Galina Rudenko. Bible lesson: "Spiritual Adultery (Hosea)" (Lesson 1) by Elder Beecher. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a review of the lesson and a health topic (Saturday, April 6, 10:15 am–11:30 am)
April 4, 2013

SOLD OUT: See Dodgers take on Brewers for $10

Tickets for this event have sold out. Call Student Affairs at ext. 44510 for information on other discounted events.
March 27, 2013

CHDMM hosts ABC Invitational April 1

The Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine (CHDMM) will hold its annual Apprenticeship Bridge to College (ABC) Invitational Monday, April 1, at 5 p.m. at the Wong Kerlee International Conference Center. The event is part of the...
March 27, 2013

Sabbath School continues prophet series with exploration of Micah

Doug Clark, Ph.D., will lead the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School in an exploration of "Micah: The Voice of the Poor for the Poor" Sabbath, March 30. Micah, an eighth-century poet-preacher from a small village near Jerusalem, is quoted...
March 28, 2013

MIG-DMA vespers features LLU National Auxiliary

The Mission Interest Group (MIG) and the Deferred Mission Appointees (DMA) vespers will feature the LLU National Auxiliary on Friday, April 5. Sharan Bennett and Merle Hildebrand, co-chairs of Missions of the LLU National Auxiliary and spouses of
March 21, 2013

Vote for Oakwood in Retool Your School grant program

Oakwood University is participating in the Home Depot's Retool Your School program and needs your help: The Home Depot's fourth annual Retool Your School Campus Improvement Grant Program will award up $50,000 in grants to a Historically Black...
March 21, 2013

Campus Tech Store pays sales tax on third-gen iPads through end of March

The Loma Linda University Campus Tech Store offers all third-generation iPad purchases tax-free during the month of March. In addition, when you buy a third-generation iPad, also save 50 percent on any qualifying iPad accessory. The Loma Linda...
March 21, 2013

Prophet-poets series continues with examination of Hosea March 23

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class series Prophets--Poets Aflame with God's Passion continues Sabbath, March 23, when David Larson will lead a study of Hosea titled "Hosea: God's Pain and Healing." Hosea, one of the 12 books of the...
March 21, 2013

Parking structure construction to affect availability

Effective Thursday, March 21, 25 spaces on the top floor of the parking structure will be fenced off. To offset the reduction, spaces on the ramp between the first and second floor will be reopened. Parking officers will be on hand to give...
May 14, 2013

OASIS: A Day of Renewal for All Employees

A Journey of Transformation Keynote speaker: Lori Ciccarelli, director of community relations at Mammoth Hospital Presented by Employee Spiritual Care and Wholeness. Register on the OWL Portal for $24; cost includes a light breakfast and lunch. (Tuesday, May 14, 9:00 am–4:00 pm; Azure Hills SDA Church)
March 14, 2013

'Pedaling on the Dark Side of Sports' seminar examines performance enhancing drugs April 3

Sean Wilson, Ph.D., will present "Pedaling on the Dark Side of Sports" Wednesday, April 3. The revelation of the systematic and long-term use of performance enhancing drugs by Lance Armstrong, many of his teammates and others in the professional...
March 14, 2013

Sabbath school begins new series on prophet-poets March 16

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class will begin a new six-week series titled Prophets—Poets Aflame with God’s Passion probing the writings of six biblical prophets, starting Sabbath, March 16, when Roy Branson will start the series by...
February 28, 2013

New class offers on-site exploration of marine biology

Dr. Stephen G. Dunbar, marine biologist and associate professor of earth and biological sciences, will lead an introductory, college-level course on the animals and ecology of some of Southern California's most interesting rocky shores. Be...
March 16, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health news by Cheri Watkins, M.S. Health topic: "Laughter Is the Best Medicine." Laughter for stress management and overall health. Bible lesson: "Sabbath: A Gift from Eden" (Lesson 11) by Elder Beecher. An official LLUC Sabbath School with a... (Saturday, March 16, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
April 1, 2013

Distinguished Speaker Series--"CHIP: Reversing Chronic Disease with Hands and Feet"

The Department of Preventive Medicine presents Hans Diehl, Dr.H.Sc., M.P.H. FACN, "CHIP: Reversing Chronic Disease with Hands and Feet," as part of its Distinguished Speaker Series. Free CME is available. The first 20 attendees will receive a free (Monday, April 1, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm; Cutler Amphitheater)
March 6, 2013

Apple authorized store now operating on LLUH campus

Faculty, students, and staff of Loma Linda University Health are benefiting from an Apple retail store located within the Barnes & Noble Campus Store.
March 21, 2013

Remodeled Barnes & Noble Campus Store open for business

A number of dignitaries and their representatives were on hand Friday, February 15, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebration marking the grand re-opening of the fully renovated Barnes & Noble Campus Store.
March 7, 2013

Workshop gives interviewing tips to 'showcase your best'

Lori Hamilton, director of Loma Linda University Medical Center People Services, will present "Interviews: Showcasing Your Best" as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series Wednesday, March 13. Landing a professional position in today's...
March 7, 2013

Adam Smith and the self subject of March 9 Sabbath School

David Larson, professor of religion at Loma Linda University, will proceed with the second part of "Capitalism and Socialism: Which is More Christian" at the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class Sabbath, March 9. Dr. Larson will explore...
March 7, 2013

N.O.W. program helps employees lose weight

Say N.O.W. (No to Overweight), a program from the Living Whole Employee Wellness Program, provides employees with weight management options, creating a personalized weight management plan that meets employees' individual needs. To begin, call...
March 7, 2013

Minority high school students take look at health professions at CAPS My Campus event

Community-Academic Partners in Service (CAPS) hosted another successful My Campus: Minority Youth in the Health Professions event Sunday, February 24, thanks to the hard work and dedication of volunteers and staff. The quarterly My Campus events...
March 7, 2013

SOLD OUT: Student Affairs offers Lakers-Clippers game tickets for $65

Tickets for this event are no longer available.
March 9, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School March 9

Health news: Hildemar Dos Santos, M.D., Dr.P.H. Health topic: "Secrets to Health and Longevity" interactive and open discussion. Lessons from the five Blue Zones. Bible lesson: "Stewardship and the Environment" (Lesson 10) by Dr. Dos... (Saturday, March 9, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
February 28, 2013

Branson Sabbath School begins two week look at capitalism, socialism

"Capitalism or Socialism: Which is More Christian?" will be discussed at the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class Sabbath, March 2, and Sabbath, March 9. The discussion will be led by John Jones, associate professor of New Testament...
March 9, 2013

Oak Glen Fellowship: "What Price Is Too Great?"

"What Price is Too Great? The James and Sarah Appel Story" Join Dr. Richard and Judy Hart in their home in Oak Glen the second Sabbath of each month from October through May. Dress is casual, but bring a jacket or wear layered clothing. Get to... (Saturday, March 9, 10:30 am–12:00 pm; 39277 Harris Road, Yucaipa)
February 25, 2013

Experience 2013 tour to explore Bible history

Picture yourself standing before the Western Wall of the temple in Jerusalem or walking through the fabled city of Petra. Make that picture reality. Professors Bailey Gillespie and Richard Rice will lead Experience 2013, a two week tour of Israel,
February 25, 2013

Wholeness workshop explores disabilities

Seventeen year-old Chase Boyd and his father, Anthony Boyd, D.D.S., LLU School of Dentistry faculty member, will present “Chase-ing the Dream: Where Disabilities Are Not Marginalized” as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series Wednesday, Feb....
February 28, 2013

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series: Giuseppe Molinaro Lecture

"Why Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Patients Make Autoantibodies" by Dwight Kono, M.D., professor of immunology, department of immunology and microbial science, Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. Hosted by Dr. Carlos Casiano, basic sciences. (Thursday, February 28, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm; Alumni Hall Amphitheater)
February 21, 2013

Sabbath school guests report in advance of vegetarian roundtable

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class welcomes two distinguished Adventists to report on "Christian Adventists Transforming the Nations: In-person Dispatches from the Front" Sabbath, Feb. 23. Marianne Thieme, LL.B., leader of the...
February 21, 2013

Unique faculty program offers 'formative dialogues' on teaching

A unique LLU program, Formative Dialogues on Teaching, makes available to any faculty member an opportunity to have a friendly, informal and completely confidential dialogue on classroom experiences with a Colleague of the Formative Dialogues on
February 21, 2013

Department of Traffic moves to new office

In preparation for its move to its new offices, the Department of Transportation, Parking and Traffic will be closed Thursday, Feb. 21, and Friday, Feb. 22. The office will resume normal business hours Monday, Feb. 25. The new office is located...
February 14, 2013

Christians and philanthropy series continues

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class will continue its exploration of Christians and money with "Follow the Money: Philanthropy from Early Christians to Loma Linda" Sabbath, Feb. 16. The discussion will be led by three individuals...
February 13, 2013

'Poetry at Bedside' and end-of-life caregiving

The Center for Spiritual Life and Wholeness presents "Beyond Advance Directives: Poetry at the Bedside," presented by Stephen J. McPhee, M.D., emeritus professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. McPhee uses poetry
February 16, 2013

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health news: "A Current Events Update." Health topic: "Keeping It Positive" by Herbert Atienza. A look at how what goes on in your brain affects what happens to your body. Bible lesson: "Through a Glass, Darkly" (lesson 7) by Dr. Dos... (Saturday, February 16, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
February 12, 2013

Nursing hosts blood drive

The Loma Linda University School of Nursing will host a blood drive Wednesday, Feb. 20, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Drayson Center. Each donor will recieve a free Mimi's Café appetizer voucher. To sign up or for more information, visit
February 7, 2013

Opportunities beyond the Pharm.D.

While the factors that influence pharmacy students to enter into residency programs are diverse, three outcomes of residency programs lend validity to their value: gaining knowledge, adding experience and enhancing career opportunities. According to
February 7, 2013

Learn how to 'get your foot in the door' at résumé workshop

Lori Hamilton, director of Loma Linda University Medical Center People Services, will present a workshop titled "Résumé: Getting Your Foot In the Door" as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series Wednesday, Feb. 13. A well-crafted,...
February 7, 2013

'Healers' conference celebrates African-American influence on nation, church

The School of Religion "The Art that Heals" humanities arts and lecture series presents "African American Seventh-day Adventists: Healers in a Multi-cultural Nation" Sabbath, Feb. 16. People of the African Diaspora have helped to influence the...
February 6, 2013

Sabbath School examines lessons for modern Adventism from Augustine

David Larson, Ph.D., will examine Augustine's views on wealth and Christian philanthropy with "Scattering Coins to Redeem Sins" Sabbath, Feb. 9. Augustine, one of the greatest theologians in the history of Christianity, reflected not only the...
January 31, 2013

Bioethics Grands Rounds features president of dental ethics society

The Center for Christian Bioethics and the School of Dentistry present a Bioethics Grand Rounds featuring Alvin Rosenblum, D.D.S., with a presentation titled "The Moral Challenges A New Health Professional May Face." Dr. Rosenblum is a retired...
January 31, 2013

International vegetarian conference kicks off with roundtable

The Center for Christian Bioethics and the School of Public Health department of nutrition will host a pre-conference session of the 6th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition. The roundtable discussion will consider what values drive...
January 31, 2013

Exploration of early Christians' relationship with wealth continues

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class will continue exploring early Christians and wealth as Katherine Parsons will introduce Paulinus of Noal and Jerome of Rome and Jerusalem, figures from the 4th and 5th centuries, in "Early...
January 23, 2013

Wholeness series namesake reveals the 'heart'

Wil Alexander, Ph.D., will present a workshop titled “The Awakened Heart” as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series Wednesday, Jan. 30. How aware are you of the part of you that was formed before your brain, that moves in place 72 times a...
January 24, 2013

Sabbath school links historical, modern Christians and philanthropy

John Jones, Ph.D., will plunge into a historic struggle of the early Christian church--"Romans and Christians Clash Over Wealth and Philanthropy: Symmachus, Senator of Rome vs. Ambrose, Bishop of Hippo, 340-403"--Sabbath, Jan. 26. At a time when...
January 24, 2013

Pharmacy program assists local underserved senior citizens

The Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy continues to send students, faculty and staff to local Telacu senior housing communities to help underserved seniors choose between the many Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. Titled the...
January 24, 2013

Clippers take on Jazz

The Los Angeles Clippers will meet the Utah Jazz in the Staples Center Saturday, Feb. 23. The Office of Student Affairs has tickets to the 7:30 p.m. game in section 334, rows 10-12, for $45 (regularly $50 plus fees). For more information, call...
January 17, 2013

SIMS Cameroon trip a success

Between Dec. 26 and Jan. 6, Students for International Mission Service (SIMS) and the Buea Adventist Health Center in Cameroon partnered together to host a large-scale health fair on the health center campus. Led by Jan Nick, Ph.D., associate...
January 16, 2013

Living Whole challenges university employees to 'Step It Up'

The Living Whole Employee Wellness Program invites Loma Linda University employees to join Step It Up, a two-month walking competition where teams compete for prizes. The program is easy: Join a team (4 members, including a team captain), choose...
January 17, 2013

Ethics film series continues with 'The English Surgeon'

The Center for Christian Bioethics will present two screenings of "The English Surgeon," 2010 Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Science and Technology Programming, Wednesday, Jan. 30, and Thursday, Jan. 31. "The English Surgeon" touches on a...
January 17, 2013

Sabbath school begins news series on wealth, Christianity

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class begins "Through the Eye of a Needle," a five-week series that begins Sabbath, Jan. 19. After Roman Emperor Constantine converted to Christianity in 312, Christians debated what church members...
January 9, 2013

Screening explores slavery and role of healthcare professionals in fight for freedom

It is estimated that the number of people in slavery in the world is 27 million. That's today. And that's the highest number in all of human history. California is a top destination for human trafficking in the United States because of its...
January 10, 2013

Researchers: Deadline for APC posters Jan. 16

Researchers are invited to submit abstracts for the Annual Postgraduate Convention (APC) 2013 scientific poster session now through Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 5 p.m. Abstracts submitted after the deadline will not be considered for acceptance. APC...
January 10, 2013

Belief and certainty subject of Sabbath School

David Larson, Ph.D., will plunge into a question many thoughtful persons have asked themselves--"How Much Certainty Must I Have To Be a Genuine Believer?"--for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class Sabbath, Jan. 12. Serious pilgrims...
January 10, 2013

See Monsterjam, Supercross at Angels Stadium

The Office of Student Affairs has tickets to the Saturday, Jan. 26, Monster Jam and the Saturday, Feb. 2, AMA Supercross, both at Angels Stadium in Anaheim. Monster Jam tickets in sections 427 and 429 are $20 (regularly $25). AMA Supercross...
January 2, 2013

Sabbath school explores poetry and the spiritual experience

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class will explore "Eye of the Soul: Poetry in the Spiritual Experience" on Sabbath, Jan. 5. Michael J. Orlich, M.D., director of the preventive medicine residency at Loma Linda University; Margaret...
January 3, 2013

LLA Young Alumni return for vespers, games

Loma Linda Academy welcomes back its young alumni for vespers and basketball Saturday, Jan. 5, in the high school gymnasium. Vespers will begin at 6 p.m. At 6:45 p.m., a team of young alumni will take on the current varsity team. Refreshments...
December 27, 2012

Race may play role in mental health treatment access, says research

According to newly published research, Asian and Latino parents were less likely to seek mental health treatment for their children than were parents of other races. Jim Banta, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Public Health's department
December 26, 2012

Sabbath school explores Christendom's early hymns

Roy Branson, will explore "The Earliest Christmas Hymns: How the Christians of Jerusalem sang the Old Testament in a New Key" Sabbath, Dec. 29. The similarities between Hannah's Hymn (I Samuel 2) and Mary's Hymn (Luke 1) is an example of how the...
December 19, 2012

Learn to infuse sacred into everyday at Spiritual Care Conference

The Center for Spiritual Care and Wholeness presets the 5th annual Spiritual Care Conference, titled "Sacred Time, Sacred Space," Friday, Jan. 18, and Sabbath, Jan. 19. The conference will explore ways to infuse the sacred into everyday clinical...
December 20, 2012

Public Health provides preparedness training at Mexican Consulate

The Loma Linda University School of Public Health teamed with the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program to provide an emergency preparedness and response training for the San Bernardino community. The...
December 13, 2012

Students: Address stress, become 'resilient'

Cameron Johnson, M.D., will present a workshop titled "The Resilient Student: Coping with Stress and Anxiety" Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013, as part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series. The workshop will help students understand how stress reduces
December 13, 2012

MIG-DMA vespers features Thailand missionary doctor

The Deferred Mission Appointees (DMA) and the Mission Interest Group (MIG) vespers will feature Dr. Nick Walters, a missionary doctor from Thailand, Friday, Jan. 4, 2013. Dr. Walters graduated in 1992 from the Loma Linda University School of...
December 13, 2012

Campus Store to celebrate reopening with Christmas party

The Loma Linda University Campus Store and Campus Computer Store has been under construction since the end of November. Construction and remodeling are finished and the store is celebrating with a grand reopening event. Visit the store anytime
December 13, 2012

Professor tells story of women's ordination in Anglican, Adventist churches

Gil Valentine, Ph.D., will present "Flying Bishops and the Ascent of Women to Ordination: The Anglican Experience" for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class Sabbath, Dec. 15. Dr. Valentine will tell the story of how the Anglican...
December 5, 2012

CAPS Christmas Fiesta brings early gifts to community children

Even cloudy skies couldn't dampen the Christmas spirit at the Community-Academic Partners in Service (CAPS) annual Christmas Fiesta Dec. 1. The event hosted over 240 children from San Bernardino at the SACHS Norton Clinic who were partnered with...
December 6, 2012

La Sierra professors report on biblical conference

Three professors from La Sierra University will recount their encounters with some of the leading scholars in the fields of biblical studies and religion for the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class Sabbath, Dec. 8. "Adventists in...
December 6, 2012

See stars of Disney films on ice

The Office of Student Affairs has tickets to the Disney on Ice "Dare to Dream" show at Citizens Bank Arena in Ontario Wednesday, Dec. 26, at 7:30 p.m. The tickets are $14 in sections 112 and 114. For more information, call Student Affairs at...
November 28, 2012

Documentary screening, panel discussion explore women's issues

Maternal mortality, gender-based violence, sex trafficking and forced prostitution are some of the issues facing women and girls worldwide. These issues prompt questions: How can we turn oppression into opportunity for these women? How do we...
November 29, 2012

DMA-MIG vespers features Chadian love story

Dr. James and Sarah Appel will present their story for the Deferred Mission Appointee (DMA) and Mission Interest Group (MIG) vespers Dec. 7, at 5 p.m. The Appel's great love for the Lord and for serving others paved the way for their first...
November 29, 2012

Personal trainer inspires, reveals keys to fitness success

Charles Rollins, a certified personal trainer, will present the next Wil Alexander Wholeness Series workshop, "Jumpstart Your Fitness Journey," Wednesday, Dec. 5. Mr. Rollins is owner and managing director of Charles Rollins Fitness, an...
November 15, 2012

Save on Lopers marathon training program

The Living Whole Employee Wellness Program is offering Loma Linda University Health employees an opportunity to train with the Lopers Club for the 2013 Los Angeles Marathon--and save $40 doing it. Sign up for the Lopers Club by visiting
November 30, 2012

Printing Services offers special holiday services

In time for the holidays, Loma Linda University Printing Services announces several holiday offers for employees, students and the Loma Linda community. Is your department or family sending Christmas cards this year? Customize your personalized...
November 26, 2012

'Tis the season to give at the Campus Computer Store

The LLU Campus Computer Store has been gathering ribbons and wrapping paper in preparation for a flurry of holiday sharing and giving. Unwrap a new Apple MacBook Pro, or surprise someone special this Christmas with an iPad Mini. Visit the LLU...
November 14, 2012

Roundtable examines election results and Loma Linda

The outcome of the 2012 election means "Obamacare" will not be repealed. But will the program be expanded? In what direction--and how fast? And how will the Affordable Care Act affect Loma Linda University, the University's mission, or the...
November 15, 2012

Sabbath School class concludes with 'Metaphors of Salvation'

John Jones, Ph.D, will explore biblical "Metaphors of Salvation" Sabbath, Nov. 17. Dr. Jones will present the final in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School series that has explored how scripture and the Christian church have envisioned...
November 15, 2012

Discounted tickets to Clippers, Thunder game at Student Affairs

The Los Angeles Clippers will take on the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 7:30 p.m. The Office of Student Affairs has tickets for $52 (regularly $55) in sections 305, 314 and 322. Tickets include a free Chris Paul bobblehead. For...
November 7, 2012

Physician reenacts ethics case history in drama and poetry

The Center for Christian Bioethics presents a unique Bioethics Grand Rounds titled "Half A Miracle: A Case History As Drama," featuring Brenda Butka, M.D. Dr. Butka, director of pulmonary medicine at Vanderbilt University, is a physician by day...
November 8, 2012

DMA-MIG vespers features Elisa Brown

Elisa Brown, M.B.A., will present “The Management Side of Missions” at a joint DMA-MIG vespers to those interested in overseas service Friday, Nov. 16, at 5 p.m. Currently director of the M.B.A. program in health care administration and...
October 31, 2012

Wholeness series examines new perspective on technology, Christianity

H. Craig Hadley, M.Div., will present a workshop titled "Pause: When Technology Ceases to Interrupt," part of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series, Wednesday, Nov. 7. Mr. Hadley is fascinated by the intersection where Christians--with 2,000 years...
November 1, 2012

Sabbath school class continues 'Models of Redemption' series

Mark Carr will present the next in the Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School Class' Models of Redemption series Sabbath, Nov. 3, with "Redemption as Drama: The Great Controversy Model." Dr. Carr, a professor of religion at Loma Linda University,
November 1, 2012

Student Affairs offers NBA tickets

The Office of Student Affairs has discounted tickets to the following basketball games: The Clippers and the Spurs play Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $34 in section 216, rows 8 through 10. The Clippers play the Heat Wednesday,...
October 24, 2012

Wholeness series begins with exploration of 'life, love and relationships'

The Wil Alexander Wholeness Series celebrates its 10th year with a series of nine workshops related to personal and professional wholeness. For the first, Carla Gober, Ph.D., will present "Getting It Together: Life, Love and Relationships"...
October 25, 2012

Healthy Loma Linda strives to improve community's health, raise quality of life

The City of Loma Linda and Loma Linda University, in partnership with the national Health Communities Initiative, are reenergizing their longstanding commitments to health. As part of this effort, Healthy Loma Linda will host the first community...
October 25, 2012

Bioethics center screens 'A Separation'

The Center for Christian Bioethics will host two screenings of award-winning film "A Separation" as part of its Ethics in Great Films series. "A Separation," winner of both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe, is set in contemporary Iran and...
October 25, 2012

Pharmacy students demonstrate mission-focused learning at Market Night

The Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy demonstrated its ongoing commitment to mission-focused learning opportunities by engaging students in a community outreach program designed to bring medication information and prescription drug facts to
October 17, 2012

'Conversations with Authors' series features Adventist 'statesman'

The Center for Christian Bioethics presents "Conversations with Authors," featuring Bert B. Beach, Ph.D., Sabbath, Oct. 27. Dr. Beach, director emeritus of the department of public affairs and religious liberty for the World Seventh-Day Adventist
October 18, 2012

CAPS seeks volunteers for My Campus event

Community-Academic Partners in Service (CAPS) is hosting the My Campus event and is looking for LLU student volunteers from each of Loma Linda University's schools to showcase their chosen health professions to minority high school...
October 18, 2012

'Loma Linda 360' begins 4th season

Featuring stories of hope and courage, "Loma Linda 360" is an inspiring look into the resilience of humankind and a celebration of life.

October 18, 2012

Heritage Research Center celebrates reopening

The Heritage Research Center at Loma Linda University will host a grand reopening celebration Sabbath, Oct. 27, at 3 p.m. Highlights of the program will include a lecture given by James R. Nix, director of the Ellen G. White Estate, followed by...
October 18, 2012

Clippers take on Spurs

The Los Angeles Clippers will battle the San Antonio Spurs in regular season matchup Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. The Office of Student Affairs has tickets for $34 (regularly $40 plus fees) in Section 216, rows 8, 9 and 10. For more...
October 11, 2012

Pharmacy moves into new Shryock Hall home

As of Tuesday, Sep. 26, the School of Pharmacy is open and operating in its new location in Shryock Hall. For the school, the move into a modernized Shryock Hall fulfills a goal articulated by Dr. W. William Hughes, dean of the school, to...
October 11, 2012

Sabbath school begins new redemption series

The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School will begin a new series, Models of Redemption, that looks at understandings of redemption found in the Bible and in the Christian Church. This Sabbath, Oct. 13, Roy Branson, associate dean of the LLU...
October 11, 2012

See L.A. basketball teams in preseason matchup

The Los Angeles Clippers will take on the the Los Angeles Lakers in a preseason game Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at the Staples Center. Tickets are $45 ($50 plus fees) in sections 316 and 320 from the Office of Student Affairs. (Limit four...
October 4, 2012

Film festival highlights Allied Health Haiti mission trip

“We went there to help one person at a time.” —Carissa, School of Allied Health Professions student Experience the first Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions interdisciplinary mission trip to Haiti at the SAHP Mission Film...
October 4, 2012

Sabbath School explores influential authors, books

What books have moved you, expanded your horizons, drawn you into deeper experiences? The Roy Branson and Friends Sabbath School class resumes Sabbath, Oct. 6, and invites you to share descriptions of books and authors that have recently...
October 6, 2012

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health news by Dr. Mitch Barlow. Health topic: "Mr. Bean Part II" by Dr. Dos Santos. The health benefits and the importance of making beans part of daily meals. Bible lesson: "The Great Controversy: The Foundation" (Lesson 1) by Jessica... (Saturday, October 6, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
October 11, 2012

Leadership Essentials 2012: The Power of Diversity

Seminar leader: Cari Dominguez, senior vice president for human resources and chief talent and diversity officer of LLU/LLUH Loma Linda University and Loma Linda University Health value the diversity of individuals, whether that diversity is... (Thursday, October 11, 10:00 am–12:00 pm; LLUMC Lobby Level Amphitheater)
October 13, 2012

Oak Glen Fellowship

"Tales from the Mission Field" by the Loma Linda University Mission Interest Group. Join Dr. Richard and Judy Hart at their home in beautiful Oak Glen on the second Sabbath of each month, October-May. Casual dress; bring a jacket or wear... (Saturday, October 13, 10:30 am–12:00 pm; 39277 Harris Road, Yucaipa)
September 27, 2012

MIG-DMA Vespers features Malawi, Honduras missionary doctors

Missionary doctors serving in Malawi and Honduras will present testimonies and experiences at the MIG-DMA Vespers Friday, Oct. 5, at 5 p.m. Dr. Cristy Shank (LLU SM 2004) has been at Malamulo Seventh-day Adventist Hospital in Malawi since...
September 27, 2012

Panel to discuss presidential candidates, religion

"Obama/Biden vs. Romney/Ryan, Conflicting Religious Views," a panel discussion, will be held in the Damazo Amphitheater Saturday, Oct. 13, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The panelists will be John Cobb, a professor of theology at Claremont School of...
September 27, 2012

Global Health Care Conference examines mission hospitals

A Global Health Care Conference is scheduled at Loma Linda University Oct. 18 through 21. The conference theme is "Adventist Mission Hospitals: Reclaiming the Vision." In addition, the conference will feature two international vespers programs...
September 27, 2012

Get to know Seventh-day Adventists

Loma Linda University and Loma Linda University Medical Center are blessed with employees from many faith traditions, but employees from outside the Adventist tradition might have wondered what someone meant when speaking about the "gift of...
September 29, 2012

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health news by Dr. Mitch Barlow. Health topic: "Health teeth and mouth care tips" by Mohammed Al Saif, D.D.S., M.P.H. (c). Lifestyle importance of keeping your mouth and teeth healthy. Bible lesson: "Keeping the Church Faithful" (Lesson 13) by... (Saturday, September 29, 10:30 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
October 17, 2012

Emotional Health, Spirituality, and Domestic Violence: When Faith Hurts and Heals

Did you know that one in four women is a victim of domestic violence? Would you be able to identify someone who's a victim of domestic violence or what resources are available to help her? This class will address various aspects of domestic... (Wednesday, October 17, 11:00 am–2:00 pm; Behavioral Health Institute)
September 19, 2012

Medicine alumnus solves major diseases in Ethiopia with simple methods

Loma Linda University School of Medicine alumnus Larry Thomas, M.D. (class of 1974), approached a woman in Western Ethiopia. She thought he simply wanted to take her photo and kindly obliged. Dr. Thomas took some general shots, and then moved in...
September 20, 2012

Convocation Chapel celebrates University's commitment to God

Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the Convocation Chapel Service Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 11 a.m. in the University Church sanctuary to celebrate Loma Linda University's commitment to God. The service brings administrators, students,...
September 13, 2012

Gateway program introduces teens to health careers

Fifty-seven students and new graduates of area high schools spent the last two weeks of June on campus to learn about careers in the health science field. Called Gateway to the Health Professions, the program inspires teens to know that their...
September 13, 2012

Advanced imaging and microscopy core facility celebrates first anniversary

Sean M. Wilson, Ph.D., and Steven M. Yellon, Ph.D., co-directors of the advanced imaging and microscopy core facility at Loma Linda University School of Medicine, are celebrating the facility’s first anniversary this year, highlighting its...
September 15, 2012

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health news by Dr. "Mitch" Barlow. Health topic: "Addiction: Is it sin or disease?" by Mihran Ask, M.D. Is addiction a moral condition that requires prayer or a medical condition that requires treatment? Bible lesson: "Promise to the... (Saturday, September 15, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
September 6, 2012

New SIMS mission trip visits Honduras

Students for International Mission Service (SIMS), with a trip led by Stephen Dunbar, Ph.D., offered tremendous medical mission opportunities for Loma Linda University students at El Venado, Honduras. El Venado lies on the southern tip of...
September 8, 2012

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health news by Dr. "Mitch" Barlow. Health topic: "Top toxic ingredients in cosmetics" by Grace Esebanmen, Ph.D.(c). A short discussion of the top toxic ingredients common in cosmetics, their effects on human health and how to reduce exposure to... (Saturday, September 8, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
September 6, 2012

Volunteers needed for women's health conference

Loma Linda University Health System presents the fifth annual Speaking of Women's Health Conference, "Feed the Appetite, Nourish the Soul," Nov. 16 at the Ontario Convention Center. The event focuses on health issues of importance to all women,...
August 22, 2012

Last day to nominate employees for Spiritual Life Service Awards

Thursday, Sept. 20, is the last day to nominate an LLUAHSC employee who exhibits a special commitment to the spiritual wholeness of colleagues, patients, students or others. Awardees will receive their awards at the Spiritual Life and Wholeness Banquet Tuesday, Oct. 30.
August 30, 2012

Believe in making a difference with Believe Walk

The Stater Bros. Charities and Inland Women Fighting Cancer will celebrate cancer survivors and raise awareness with the 5th Annual Believe Walk in Redlands Sunday, Oct. 7. According to its Web site, the Believe Walk is one of the largest...
August 30, 2012

LLU research shows humor enhances short-term memory in elderly

Gurinder Bains, M.D., a Ph.D. student in rehabilitation sciences, was invited to speak and present research on how humor improves memory in the elderly at two recent conferences--both the 25th conference of the Association for Applied and Therapeutic
August 25, 2012

Blue Zone Sabbath School

Health news by Dr. "Mitch" Barlow. Health topic: "John Burden, Co-founder of Loma Linda," by Coleen Doran, Adventist Pioneer Life Storyteller Ministry, tells about a life devoted to health reform and medical missionary work. Bible lesson: "The... (Saturday, August 25, 10:15 am–11:30 am; Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, Shearer-Heidar Room C1116)
August 23, 2012

Zambia missionary doctors to present at MIG-DMA vespers

Drs. Paul and Janie Yoo will share stories from the mission field in Zambia for MIG-DMA Vespers Friday, Aug. 31. Attend for an opportunity to be inspired by the experiences of service abroad. Both are graduates from LLU: Paul (SD 2008) is a...
August 22, 2012

Dentistry opens Hugh Love Center for Research & Education in Technology

The Loma Linda University School of Dentistry hosted a ribbon cutting and open house for its groundbreaking Hugh Love Center for Research and Education in Technology on Wednesday, August 22, in Prince Hall room 2270. Consistent with the school's
August 23, 2012

Public Health partners with consulate for Binational Health Week event

The Loma Linda University School of Public Health and the Mexican Consulate in San Bernardino have partnered to prepare for the 12th annual Binational Health Week (BHW) event in San Bernardino Oct. 1-14. According to its Web site, since its...
August 23, 2012

Overseas heart surgery team reaches out to Egypt

Twenty-eight members of the Loma Linda University Medical Center overseas heart surgery team recently traveled to Alexandria, Egypt, to demonstrate a number of cardiothoracic procedures to that nation's physicians and surgeons. They also...
August 15, 2012

PossAbilities mentor honored as City of Rialto's 'Man of the Year'

Eric Arrington, a volunteer for the PossAbilities program at the Loma Linda University Medical Center East Campus, was named the City of Rialto's "Man of the Year" on June 29 at the annual awards luncheon in Pomona. Senator Gloria Negrete McLeod of
August 16, 2012

New Haiti program to improve rehab services

The School of Allied Health Professions just launched a program in Haiti to deal with one of the country's most glaring needs--rehabilitation treatment for the disabled. Sixteen Haitians are now studying for a certificate that will allow them to
August 9, 2012

Blue Zone Sabbath School symposium presents updates to AHS

The Blue Zone Sabbath School presents the first Loma Linda Health Symposium Sabbath, Sept. 15, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Church. The symposium, which will present updates to the landmark Adventist Health Study, will...