Pepperdine students presented their work at the all-day annual Seaver College Research and Scholarly Achievement Symposium on Friday, March 25. Vice Provost Lee Kats said the conference-style event is a chance to celebrate the hard work of students and their faculty mentors.
Pepperdine announced a new center launching April 1 — the Center for Faith and the Common Good. Byron Johnson, a Baylor professor of Social Sciences, will help Pepperdine establish the center alongside President Jim Gash.
Pepperdine shared a second draft of its interim COVID-19 Vaccine Policy for community review May 12. The updated policy would make vaccination mandatory for students, staff and faculty for the fall 2021 semester.
An inside look at the nightly neighbors in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Plants in the Santa Monica Mountains are still recovering from Woolsey and the process will take at least another decade.
Santa Monica Mountains’ mountain lions face problems of genetic diversity
TIAA-CREF Institute Takes Interest in Waves of Innovation Program
The Waves of Innovation Committee received approximately 100 proposals containing innovative ideas from students, faculty and staff by the Oct. 15 deadline, according to Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives Lee Kats, who heads the committee. The deadline for proposal submission was the first step in the program, which is an initiative for which […]
To inspire innovation and communication, President Andrew K. Benton and his team launched an initiative on April 3 to allow “students, faculty and staff to contribute creative ideas and suggestions to further enhance the reputation and operation of the University.” Chair of the committee that oversees Waves of Innovation Lee Kats wrote in an email […]