First-year David Haruntunyan and Professor Krista Lucas talk about the requirements and benefits of being a Biology major. They said it has heavy coursework but can lead to a variety of careers.
President Jim Gash announced Biology Professor Jay Brewster as his selection for the next provost on April 19. Brewster, a scientist, Church of Christ member and Pepperdine dad, shares his hopes and ambitions in his new role.
Pepperdine announced its newest provost, Biology Professor Jay Brewster. Brewster has worked at Pepperdine for 24 years and will assume his role as provost Aug. 1.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Smayana Kurapati, a first-year Biology major from Thousand Oaks, Calif., who is excited for things on campus to get back to normal after a remote year.
Relationships at Pepperdine are often serious, which leads to long term relationships and marriage. These relationships, of all shapes and sizes, appear plentiful in the Pepperdine community.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The tenth installment introduces transfer junior Branden Garcia, who discusses his service in the army and how he plans to continue helping people.
Biology and sociology are essential to understanding the complexities of race and social constructions.
Photo by Jenna Gaertner In the afternoon of Nov. 8, the Woolsey fire began its rampage on the Santa Monica Mountains. A combination of high winds, low humidity and drought conditions led to the burning of over 800 structures and almost 100,000 acres, which included 83 percent of Santa Monica Mountain federal parkland, according […]
Photo by Symphony Barnes Starting this year, Pepperdine’s incoming Biology students have the opportunity to be a part of a new Natural Science Division program, First-Year Students As Scholars (SAS). The program enrolls first-year Biology majors in one of four different first-year seminar courses. The first of the four seminar options is “Plant Adaptation to […]
Most people think of beaches simply as territories for playing volleyball or getting a good tan — not many view them as ecosystems. Through the nonprofit organization Beach Ecology Coalition along with projects in her biology classes, Professor of Biology Karen Martin works to spread the message that beaches aren’t just sandy playgrounds. “Most people […]