Pepperdine has undergone significant growth this year, both in the number of students and the space to accommodate them.
Fall 2003 Volume 21 No 2
For educators Hasty Arnold and Andy Johnsen, their work is just as much about outreach as it is academics.
Student Stephen Pender argues that the best way to heal disease and feed mouths is to provide them with a means to eventually earn those necessities themselves.
Scientific research is beginning to confirm what animal lovers have known all along: Animals are good for your health.
Lowe, along with a growing number of colleagues, has identified a new and disturbing trend in how today’s society views the institution of marriage.
John L. Baker is the first face visitors see when they visit the GSEP campus and he is the first voice they hear when they call.
For the first time, GSEP’s Education and Psychology Divisions chose to hold two distinct commencement ceremonies this year.
GSEP’s historic time of expansion continues up the coast to Malibu, where the newly constructed Drescher Graduate Campus has just opened.
GSEP and the Graziadio School of Business and Management will move to a new 112,466-square-foot facility at the Howard Hughes Center in West Los Angeles.
California Superintendents Discuss Leadership in Turbulent Times at GSEP’s Ninth Annual “Call To Leadership”
The Education Division of GSEP renewed one of its proudest traditions as it hosted the ninth annual “Call to Leadership” event.
Faculty Authors for the Fall 2003 Issue of the Colleague.
Old Spanish proverbs are finding new use as a psychotherapeutic technique thanks to Dr. Aaron Aviera.
Students research issues of interest and prepare position statements, then they have the unique opportunity to present their findings to key decision makers.
Pepperdine’s Volunteer Center offers students an opportunity to attend PepReach, a residential summer program designed to mentor aspiring LA high school students.
Six years ago, the Olaf H. Tegner Endowed Scholarship Fund was established for aspiring teachers at GSEP.
Donor honor roll for the Fall 2003 Issue of the Colleague.
E. Romayne Hertweck retired from MiraCosta College, Sharon Wilson founded SWilson Consulting Service, Patrick Rodgers established Integrity Training Systems, and more alumni updates.