David Harutunyan sits in his dorm room and does Biology homework March 22. A pig appeared on the screen as Harutunyan did a dissection module. Photo by Timothy Gay Pursuing a degree in Biology gives students a greater understanding of the natures of life, students and faculty said. To receive a bachelor of science, students complete four lower-division biology and chemistry … [Read more...] about Dive Into the Majors: Biology
First-year Melanie Tadros snorkels in the Red Sea in June 2019. Tadros also swam in the Mediterranean Ocean during her stay in Egypt.Photos courtesy of Melanie TadrosFirst-year Melanie Tadros, from Northridge, CA, is an avid singer and a "Grey's Anatomy" fan who dreams of becoming a doctor. Tadros said her high school chemistry class combined with the American medical drama … [Read more...] about Fresh Faces: First-year Pursues Medicine in Hopes of Healing Others
Art by Brooke Muschott The year was 1977. Disco music was groovy. It was actually cool to wear shiny polyester. Personal computers of any usefulness were only a few years away. And after years of planning, the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft were launched two weeks apart in August and September of that year aboard Titan-Centaur heavy-lift rockets. Together, these two spacecraft … [Read more...] about We have left the solar system … or have we?
This summer, Pepperdine will be hosting the John Stauffer Endowment for Undergraduate Summer Research in Chemistry, giving 10 to 12 chemistry students the opportunity to do intensive research for 11 weeks. The John Stauffer Charitable Trust has made the program possible, by offering up to $1 million in a challenge grant, matching the University per dollar raised with the … [Read more...] about $1 million granted for Chemistry Summer Research