UCLA Law's new Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits builds on the vision of LMI founder and UCLA Law alumnus Lowell Milken ’73, who has utilized his own legal background to inform his work as both a businessman and a philanthropist.
Lowell Milken Family Foundation gift to NAMI West LA is the largest in the nonprofit’s history.
The Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes (LMC) has announced 11 winners of the 6th annual ArtEffect Project, an international art competition that challenges middle and high school students to honor unsung heroes through art.
2020 marks 20 years of advancing the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching’s mission of building educator excellence to give all students the opportunity for success.May 29, 2020
Charles Rounds III, a senior at Power Academic and Performing Arts Complex in Jackson, Mississippi, won the $6,000 grand prize in the ArtEffect Project, a student art competition sponsored by the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes. Charles’s “Saved by Science” depicts Dr. Eugene Lazowski, who saved thousands of Polish Jews during World War II by injecting them with a harmless bacteria that caused them to test positive for typhus. We spoke with Charles about his winning work, making art during the COVID-19 pandemic and how he plans to use his artistic talents to revitalize his community.
An anniversary edition celebrating twenty years of education excellence through the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching.
Media Interviews at Devon Willis-Jones Milken Educator Awards Assembly