The pilot year of the Spiritual Leadership Cohort Scholarship will begin in fall 2022. Assistant Chaplain Shaya Aguilar said the goal of the cohort is to teach students how to be faith leaders while also offering them mentorship along their journey.
Chief Development Officer and Vice President for Advancement Lauren Cosentino attended Pepperdine as an undergraduate and has worked at the University ever since. Cosentino said she felt God called her to Pepperdine and created a path for her that she never thought she would go down in the administrative field of higher education.
The Board brought back board buddies for a second semester. The program allows students to expand their social network by connecting upperclassmen with underclassmen to attend the Board’s events and do other off-campus activities together. Upper level students in the program also have a chance to mentor younger students and serve as leaders in the Pepperdine community.
Pepperdine’s five Young Evangelicals for Climate Action fellowship members advocate for change and preservation of God’s creation through individual projects based around sustainability. Each student — all women — work with the University’s administration and other students on a faith-based mission to create a healthier planet.
Rabbi in Residence Ari Schwarzberg enriches Jewish and Christian students’ learning experience with mentorship and convocation opportunities.
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Convocation Office and University Chaplain seek to unite Pepperdine students and faculty through student-led club convocations.
Art by Peau Porotesano In the four years since I graduated from high school, there are exactly four people with whom I have remained in contact. Three of them are friends I’ve known for years, and one of them is my high school literature teacher and newspaper adviser — a 70-something-year-old firecracker of a woman […]