As the Graduate School of Education and Psychology continues to change and grow, we took this year to reexamine and contemplate our vision for this institution.
Winter-Spring 2005 Volume 23 No 1
The entire class environment is a creation of imagination and each student is tapped into an academic world that extends far beyond the confines of one classroom.
Criminal Minds: Counseling Inmates at Terminal Island Federal Prison Takes Skill, Optimism, and a Heavy Dose of Courage
Laurie Schoellkopf (Psy.D. 1993) is Terminal Island’s licensed clinical drug abuse psychologist, a position that, years ago, she would never have imagined holding.
Kimberly Small approaches her directorship of the Sierra School not just as a job, but as a personal mission.
Surprised that homework contributed so dramatically to school dropout, we analyzed research reports and talked to hundreds of teachers, parents, and students.
In the summer of 1999, one month after the bombing of Kosovo had ceased, I took a trip to my hometown, Lebane, Serbia, to visit my family and friends.
We sat in our lab groups dressed in medical scrubs and armed with scalpels as we waited for the brains.
Faculty Authors for the Winter/Spring 2005 Issue of the Colleague.
Ronald Glahn, 2002 graduate of the Educational Technology doctoral program was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship.
Kenneth Starr, newly appointed dean of the Pepperdine School of Law, spoke to the Organizational Leadership doctoral program’s Law and Dispute Resolution class.
Pepperdine’s Weisman Museum of Art is presenting Chihuly: Los Angeles, an exhibit of the works of internationally acclaimed contemporary glass artist Dale Chihuly.
Pepperdine offered its newest undergraduate freshman seminar course, Developing Healthy Relationships, taught by Dr. Lowe and his wife, Dr. Emily Scott-Lowe.
With funding, Pinkett pairs children from the community with adults who provide tutoring, mentorship, and support.
Douglas Clark, a third-year doctoral student in Pepperdine’s Educational Technology program, has been named a Child Care Bureau Research Scholar.
After two years as the associate dean of education, Dr. Robert Paull has stepped down from the office and is returning to the classroom to teach.
Jennifer Neuhauser left the Pacific and returned to her South Dakota to serve as the science curriculum specialist for the Department of Education.
M. Ardell Broadbent married Mario E. Castaneda, Isidoro Franco teaches in Los Angeles, Dr. Linda Kantor Goodwin is living in the Memphis, and more alumni updates.
Donor honor roll for the Winter/Spring 2005 Issue of the Colleague.
While enrolled in the master’s program, Michael White underwent surgery on his shoulder, which ultimately did not heal properly and required him to wear a body cast.
Former GSEP adjunct faculty and alumna Jessica Nagler is scheduled to publish her first book, Jun Q’anil: One Who Walks the Way, in March 2005.
Richard A. Alonzo received the Distinguished Alumnus Award at the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology commencement.