Students Learn How to Transfer Theoretical Knowledge to Actual Work Site Situations
GSEP is pleased to announce new additions to their faculty; Dr. David Stevens, Dr. Robert Barner, Dr. Carrie Castaneda-Sound, and Dr. Judy Ho.
Alumni Working with Unique Charter School System Support At-Risk Teens
Rosalyn Heyman, a longtime administrator in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LA USD) and member of the GSEP Board of Visitors, is establishing an endowed chair in K-12 leadership.
GSEP is pleased to introduce its inaugural Summer Institutes, to be held at the Malibu campus, July 26 – 30, 2010.
Today, we are facing major social and economic issues around the world. GSEP has developed a program in which participants are encouraged to explore the root causes of these issues.
Dr. Anthony Collatos, assistant professor of education, was awarded a $195,000 grant from the prestigious California Community Foundation.
The GSEP Alumni Office hosted the third annual reception for the presentation of the California Association of Bilingual Education (CABE) Visionary Award.
The Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) Superintendent Advisory Council announced the selection of Dr. Trudy Arriaga, superintendent of Ventura Unified School District, as the recipient of the 2010 Superintendent of the Year Award.
GSEP’s doctoral programs in the Education Division offer a wide range of professional possibilities after graduation.
Rather than take the road more traveled, Melissa Nickert, chose to travel across the United States educating educators about working with autistic children.
As any parent knows, children can be a handful. GSEP’s master of arts in education help teaching credential students become well balanced teachers.
Research Promotes Development, an initiative from the Fall/Winter 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
Mention the name “Pat Lucas,” and you will be greeted with smiles and fond stories.
GSEP is proud to establish the Pat Lucas Center for Teacher Preparation to honor Pat Lucas.
A perspective by Kimberly Anderson-Jefferson from the Spring/Summer 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
GSEP Receives $50,000 Grant from Microsoft for Exploration of Future Learning Environments.
Dr. Asamen, professor of psychology, and Dr. Church, assistant professor of education, were named recipients of the Howard A. White Excellence in Teaching Award.
Through various research and development efforts, GSEP is poised to play an important international role in helping to shape new directions for schools.
MAETC alumna Hannah Limb was the recipient of the first Visionary Award given by the Pepperdine California Association for Bilingual Education.