Sasheen Shailee Colegrove Raymond built a life of success with odds against her. Since receiving a $10,000 scholarship from the Morongo Indian Reservation to attend Pepperdine’s graduate program in Global Leadership and Change, Raymond said she plans to take policy and social issues head-on to leave a positive mark on the world.
Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Kingsley B. Jones, doctoral student at the Graduate School of Education and Psychology died Dec. 6. The GSEP community remembers Jones as a passionate advocate for social change and Black empowerment, among other notable leadership accomplishments.
Pepperdine’s decision to hold the fall 2020 semester online uniquely impacts international students, who face different challenges than domestic students.
Female faculty at Pepperdine, outnumbered by their male counterparts, are managing to gain equality little by little.
Photos by Cassandra Stephenson The Pepperdine facility in Calabasas opened a portion of its first floor for use as study space for students Wednesday. The space now provides study spaces, study carrels, five study rooms, a copier and printer, and librarians for students to use Sundays through Thursdays from 5 p.m. until midnight. As the […]
In light of the recent racist comments on Yik Yak, a group of faculty members from the Graduate School of Education and Psychology sent a letter to the Graphic addressing the incidents. READ: BSA, ICC and Administration React to Yik Yak December 8, 2015 Dear Pepperdine Community: In light of the recent events surrounding the […]
Photo by Marisa Padilla Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Psychology Helen Easterling Williams took up the reins this year as the leader of GSEP. Williams is the first African-American female dean of a school at Pepperdine, according to President Andrew K. Benton. Former Dean of GSEP Margaret Weber announced her retirement in January, […]
Photo Courtesy of Pepperdine University Helen Easterling Williams will serve as the new dean of the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, according to a June 27 press release. She is the president of Health Education & Welfare International and has served two decades in higher education leadership. “I am delighted that our careful process lead us […]
Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Psychology Margaret Weber announced Tuesday that she would retire at the end of this academic year. “My husband and I have been talking about it for a number of years,” she said. “As Ecclesiastes says, there’s a time for everything, and now is that time.” President Andrew […]