Our faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to think outside the box to find new methods of solving complex issues and to find creative techniques to improve upon established procedures.
Fall-Winter 2011 Volume 28 No 2
Dr. Drew Erhardt and Dr. Edrick Dorian teamed up to develop the MoodKit, a new mood-improvement application for the iPhone.
Most would suggest that inspiration travels from teacher to student, but in Ty Kastendiek’s unconventional teaching career, the flow is more circular.
Early childhood education practitioners must diligently seek to improve their methods and learn new teaching techniques.
I was ready abandon teaching entirely when I came across an ad looking for innovative educators wanting to teach at a full-time online charter school.
What sustains a community? I asked myself that question a lot while I was in Haiti this past June.
By following some simple rules, one can feel more connected with the people of India and they will embrace your effort to learn about their culture.
COASTAL funds paid for almost 200 hours of one-on-one counseling for children at the Union Rescue Mission’s facility for homeless mothers and children.
GSEP held its annual Celebration of Excellence in recognition of student scholarship recipients and in appreciation of donors and friends of the University.
This fall GSEP introduced its Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program.
Dr. Church spearheaded efforts for four GSEP MAETC students to present a poster session on their action research projects.
The California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) selected Pepperdine University as the Chapter of the Year for 2011.
Dr. Margaret J. Weber has been named a Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in higher education.
Pepperdine University is launching its fourth annual Career Week starting February 6, 2012.
CNCS honored Pepperdine University as a leader among institutions of higher education for their support of volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.
Pepperdine looks to encourage teachers to cultivate their creativity through collectivity and technology.
Alumni and faculty authors published during the 2010-2011 academic year.
Erin G. Rank and Dr. Randy E. Clark were honored with the 2011 Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Did the title of this article cause you to pause? Are you asking yourself, “What does networking have to do with self-care?”