At the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, we recently reached several milestones. Last year we celebrated our 35th anniversary as a graduate school.
Winter 2006-07 Volume 25 No 1
The Boone family’s endowment of the Pat and Shirley Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine University will benefit the lives of American families.
The University celebrated the 20th anniversary of the founding of GSEP’s Doctor of Psychology program and honored all those who have contributed to its success.
As a recent founder of her own nonprofit organization, Mara Taylor’s contributions now resonate strongly in local communities and around the globe.
When Robin Worley visited a home for street kids in Haiti and learned that 300,000 children in that country are slaves, she was moved to action.
On-campus counseling centers provide clinical psychology graduate students with real-world experience while serving the community.
Our trip to China was a part of one of the classes in the Ed.D. in organizational leadership, and it had many valuable applications for work and life.
After much research and deliberation the project committee I was part of decided to apply for a City of Los Angeles Community Beautification Grant.
Leadership can be read about and covered in class. But how do you create the experience of being a leader in a global community in a classroom?
deMayo has mentored more than a hundred doctoral students, who are now practicing psychologists improving the lives of individuals and families throughout California.
The CCTC found the ELA and ELAP programs in strong accordance with their vision to strive towards excellence and valued guidance for California children.
Dr. John Fitzpatrick, superintendent in residence at GSEP, was awarded the recognition of outstanding support for education (R.O.S.E.).
The Graduate School of Education and Psychology’s Dr. Susan Hall and Dr. Edward Shafranske are Howard A. White Award for Teaching Excellence recipients.
Dean Margaret J. Weber participated in the fourth annual session on Women’s Leadership at Exeter College of the University of Oxford.
GSEP honored scholarship recipients, donors, and friends at the second annual Celebration of Excellence Scholarship Recognition Dinner.
The Office of Professional Development at GSEP received a five-year accreditation from the American Psychological Association.
Faculty Authors for the Winter 2006-07 Issue of the Colleague.
Dr. Edward Shafranske, professor of psychology, was named a Fellow of the Society of Clinical Psychology by the American Psychological Association.
Dr. Lloyd James Hedstrom, Professor Emeritus and Dr. John C. Holmes received the Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Donor Honor Roll for the Winter 2006-07 Issue of the Colleague.
Kay Kudo has recently retired from the State of Hawaii’s Department of Education, Christopher Harz initiated a special congressional hearing in Washington DC, and more alumni updates.