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Organizational Leadership Archives
While India was not originally on my must-visit list, I thought it would be a rich environment for my first scholarly journey.
Dr. Michael Moodian (EdD ’07), organizational leadership alumnus, organized and served as a panelist for the first major debate in U.S. history to incorporate the use of Twitter.
GSEP’s doctoral programs in the Education Division offer a wide range of professional possibilities after graduation.
A perspective by Nicole Johnson from the Fall/Winter 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
One of the most rewarding aspects of completing the Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership was the opening of new doors and amazing opportunities.
20 GSEP organizational leadership (OL) doctoral students set out to organize a career day at Lennox Middle School (LMS) in Lennox, 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.
Leadership can be read about and covered in class. But how do you create the experience of being a leader in a global community in a classroom?
GSEP student, Foster Mobley, watched the Santiago, Chile’s voters elect the first female president of any South American country.
GSEP would like to congratulate Dr. Kurt Takamine on his many accomplishments and receiving the Distinguished Educator of the Year award.
Instead of packing our books and heading to campus, we traveled to Costa Rica, where the doctoral program in organization change held a class session on global policy.
Dr. McCall is the honoree behind Pepperdine’s new endowment scholarship fund, awarded to students who are pursuing a doctoral degree in organizational leadership.
Kenneth Starr, newly appointed dean of the Pepperdine School of Law, spoke to the Organizational Leadership doctoral program’s Law and Dispute Resolution class.
Throughout his career in aviation maintenance, Foster noted that very few of his colleagues were from minority groups.
The Longs developed the Champions project in Taiwan. It teaches students about character, values, and decision making, all centered around the concept of love.