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Spring-Summer 2009 Volume 26 No 1
Healthy relationships are essential to our future. Without them, the hope of creating strong households and communities will not be realized.
Situated in Los Angeles, GSEP faculty, students, and alumni have an exclusive opportunity to apply their skills in a particularly creative manner.
They traveled to deliver computers to remote mountain villages as part of a project to promote youth leadership and social change through the use of technology.
Celina Guich’s international experiences inspired her volunteerism for various nongovernmental organizations, including a refugee camp in Buduburam, Ghana.
“One of the reasons for going back to school was to learn more about how to help others who were so disconnected from their appetite, feelings, and body,” said Cooper.
A perspective by Dr. Rene Hernandez-Cardenache from the Spring/Summer 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
A perspective by Wendy McElfish from the Spring/Summer 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
A perspective by Kimberly Anderson-Jefferson from the Spring/Summer 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
On January 27 the GSEP Urban Initiative leadership and partners gathered to discuss how to expand their collaborations in the year ahead.
GSEP Receives $50,000 Grant from Microsoft for Exploration of Future Learning Environments.
GSEP Thanks Pepperdine University Alumna Evelyn B. Blake for Establishing Endowed Scholarship.
Alumni and Faculty Authors for the Spring/Summer 2009 Issue of the Colleague.
Dr. Asamen, professor of psychology, and Dr. Church, assistant professor of education, were named recipients of the Howard A. White Excellence in Teaching Award.
The GSEP Superintendent Advisory Council selected Dr. Sharon McClain as the recipient of the 2009 Pepperdine University Superintendent of the Year award.
GSEP’s Multicultural Research and Training Lab (MRTL) held its biennial conference for doctoral students in clinical and counseling psychology.
Bryant-Davis authored an article on human trafficking in The Encyclopedia of Psychological Trauma.
Doctor of psychology student Kimberly Smith was appointed to the American Psychological Association’s Graduate Student Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs.
Todd Coston was named Standout Colleague of Excellence for Online Teaching, Jon Pease established the nonprofit Not the Target, and more alumni updates.
Dr. Neva Chauppette received the Distinguished Alumnus Award at the GSEP commencement.