A Pepperdine visiting professor throws himself into contention for California governor. The campaign announcement arrives as the recall movement for the current Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to heat up.
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Seven members of the Pepperdine faculty have signed a statement responding to denouncements of Dean Peterson.
Provost Rick Marrs sent an email to the Pepperdine community Oct. 26 addressing the School of Public Policy email marketing campaign sent Oct. 12. Marrs expressed concern for community members of color who were hurt by the campaign and Pepperdine’s affiliation with partisan ties.
Pete Peterson, dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, responded to his controversial email and petition against The 1619 Project in the Oct. 21 President’s Briefing. President Jim Gash also shared the University’s response to community members.
The Pepperdine community had a wide range of reactions to the School of Public Policy’s petition against The New York Times’ The 1619 Project and Dean Pete Peterson’s Oct. 12 email to Conservative News Subscribers. Several faculty organizations, alumni groups and student groups shared petitions and letters against and in support of Peterson.
The School of Public Policy mourns Floyd Black, a first-year student who died Monday unexpectedly.
In response to Betsy DeVos’ announced visit to the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, Assoicate Professor of Teacher Education Carrie Birminham wrote this letter to the editor.
For Secretary DeVos, changing the education system is a matter of changing the status quo.
Photo by Zach Le The School Public Policy is starting off the school year with a new interim dean, Pete Peterson. Peterson serves as the executive director of the Davenport Institute here at Pepperdine and assumed the position after inaugural dean James R. Wilburn transitioned into a new role as dean emeritus. “I think the […]