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Annual Celebration of Excellence Recognizes Student Scholarship Recipients, Donors, and Waves of Service Honoree
On October 7, GSEP will hold its annual Celebration of Excellence in recognition of the 2010-2011 student scholarship recipients and appreciation of donors and friends of the University.
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GSEP is pleased to introduce its inaugural Summer Institutes, to be held at the Malibu campus, July 26 – 30, 2010.
GSEP has expanded its Web presence to the most popular social networking sites redefining communication today.
GSEP offers a financial aid program that provides more than 75 percent of the student body with some type of assistance.
GSEP received a $100,000 gift from alumna Merilyn O’Neal to establish a merit-based scholarship for graduate students in educational administration.
Special honor was given to Emeritus Professor of Education, Dr. Chester H. McCall, Jr., who is the namesake of a new fellowship at GSEP.
Lani Fraizer’s passion for student computer clubs has become part of her academic journey as well as her career.
Students and alumni networked with local mental health-industry and K-12 educational employers during GSEP’s second annual career fair.
On-campus counseling centers provide clinical psychology graduate students with real-world experience while serving the community.
GSEP honored scholarship recipients, donors, and friends at the second annual Celebration of Excellence Scholarship Recognition Dinner.
Dr. Susan Hall and student Nicole Klasey created a student group connected with the Southern California Student Chapter of the CAPS, west region.
The Graduate School of Education and Psychology Career Services office hosted three career fairs in March.
The Scholarship Recognition Dinner now includes the student recipients of each fund, allowing for true appreciation between scholarship donor and recipient.
Dr. McCall is the honoree behind Pepperdine’s new endowment scholarship fund, awarded to students who are pursuing a doctoral degree in organizational leadership.
Pursuing a graduate degree is generally acknowledged to be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life.
New career services for students and alumni with resume writing, interview preparation, workshops and special events, employment listings, and more.
The Irvine Graduate Campus Counseling Clinic is currently conducting a project on postpartum depression, a topic that has received much attention in recent months.
Pepperdine’s Weisman Museum of Art is presenting Chihuly: Los Angeles, an exhibit of the works of internationally acclaimed contemporary glass artist Dale Chihuly.