The time international students have in the United States is limited. That is why Sharon Wakio provides resources and opportunities to serve international students and help their transition to the U.S.
Pepperdine’s Encino Graduate Campus will close May 2022, at the end of the building’s lease. Operations will transition to Calabasas and West LA campuses.
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.
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Poster Courtesy of American Masters Pictures A special screening of the Maya Angelou documentary “And Still I Rise” drew in a crowd of Malibu residents and LA filmakers to Elkins Auditorium on the evening of Friday, Nov. 11. The screening was organized by Pepperdine’s Institute for Entertainment, Media & Culture. Before the screening, Dean Helen […]
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 […]
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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 Mike Parker Pepperdine’s Department of Public Safety is conducting a “joint emergency training drill” on the Malibu campus Wednesday and Thursday, according to a press release. This year’s two-day training exercise marks the tenth year that DPS has partnered with law enforcement and fire agencies as an ongoing commitment to the safety […]