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.
Urban Initiative Archives
In honor of Black History Month, the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) Diversity Council hosted a discussion entitled “Social Justice, Faith, and the Pepperdine Community” as a part of the committee’s biannual Multicultural Issues Impacting Community Speaker Series.
Dr. Anthony Collatos, assistant professor of education, was awarded a $195,000 grant from the prestigious California Community Foundation.
On January 27 the GSEP Urban Initiative leadership and partners gathered to discuss how to expand their collaborations in the year ahead.
The Urban Initiative deepens the link between GSEP professional preparation programs and the education and mental health needs of those in urban settings.
A perspective by Meghan Owenz from the Summer 2008 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
GSEP’s faculty members are developing a learning community for Urban Fellows (UFP).
Faculty and Administration from the Graduate School of Education and Psychology have begun meeting to formulate an exciting new program initiative.