The GSEP Diversity Council presented “Inspirational Journeys: Preparing Women for Lives of Purpose, Service, and Leadership,” which focused on how the “glass ceiling” is no longer an accurate metaphor for the limits women face.
Alumna Establishes First Mental Health Department in Kuwaiti Hospital
The GSEP Alumni Office hosted the third annual reception for the presentation of the California Association of Bilingual Education (CABE) Visionary Award.
GSEP’s Multicultural Research and Training Lab (MRTL) held its biennial conference for doctoral students in clinical and counseling psychology.
Bryant-Davis authored an article on human trafficking in The Encyclopedia of Psychological Trauma.
Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology celebrates those who paved the way for the desegregation of schools in the United States.
Prominent scholars were invited by the Diversity Council at GSEP to look at the effects immigration has on those moving to California.
Our trip to China was a part of one of the classes in the Ed.D. in organizational leadership, and it had many valuable applications for work and life.
GSEP students and alumni are practicing in new cultures and foreign languages, building international ties as part of a global community.
Dr. Mercedes Fisher has been invited by the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles to create an interactive environment for the museum’s Tools for Tolerance program.
Old Spanish proverbs are finding new use as a psychotherapeutic technique thanks to Dr. Aaron Aviera.