While our path will change, requiring us to prepare and adapt, we will also remain dedicated to our heritage and traditions.
Spring 2006 Volume 24 No 1
This year marks the 35th anniversary of the School of Education at Pepperdine University.
Faculty and Administration from the Graduate School of Education and Psychology have begun meeting to formulate an exciting new program initiative.
Bill and Nancy Mortensen are concerned about the current state of public education and they are investing in the training of high-quality teachers at GSEP.
LAUSD continues to return each year to recruit at GSEP. Over the past five years, an average of 45 students have been hired by the district.
Dr. Susan Hall and student Nicole Klasey created a student group connected with the Southern California Student Chapter of the CAPS, west region.
The M.A. in education and teaching credential program challenges students to put the teaching theory they have learned in the classroom into practice.
Joseph Lane, 21, was born and raised in Compton. He grew up on his own, raised his younger brother, and struggled through high school with little support.
GSEP student, Foster Mobley, watched the Santiago, Chile’s voters elect the first female president of any South American country.
Lieutenant Andrea H. Cameron describes her life as United States Navy Human Resources Officer.
The Graduate School of Education and Psychology Career Services office hosted three career fairs in March.
The Committee on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association granted full reaccreditation to GSEP’s doctor of psychology program in clinical psychology.
The Voyage Project Speaker Series provides students, faculty, staff, and guests the opportunity to continue their exploration of faith.
The Scholarship Recognition Dinner now includes the student recipients of each fund, allowing for true appreciation between scholarship donor and recipient.
GSEP would like to congratulate Dr. Kurt Takamine on his many accomplishments and receiving the Distinguished Educator of the Year award.
At the annual Superintendent Advisory Council dinner, the GSEP “Superintendent of the Year” award was presented to Dr. Robert Fraisse.
Fannye M. Steele has retired from the Fullerton Elementary School District, Michael P. Dennis was recently admitted to the World Entrepreneur Organization, and more alumni updates.
Ned Doffoney, Ed.D., received the Distinguished Alumnus award at the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology commencement.