Picture this: It’s right before the first day of classes and the official class schedule is out. The class titles are confusing and the professors are unknown. The only place to go is to Rate My Professors.
The university’s response plan to the Omicron variant poses significant health and safety risks for faculty members. Following similar policies from neighboring universities could have been beneficial in mitigating the risk of COVID-19.
COVID-19 presents everyone with challenges, but working mothers are severely impacted. Three female faculty members at Pepperdine discuss their experience helping their children with online learning while balancing teaching, researh and service.
Students, faculty and staff are focused on the return of in-person campus life, but the rising prominence of virtual learning suggests Zoom may be used well into the future. Different members of the Pepperdine community consider how they will incorporate Zoom into post-pandemic student life.
Students aren’t the only ones suffering in online classes.
Just like in the classroom, there are protocols students and professors should follow while attending virtual classes.
Pepperdine student absence policies have more impact on their lives than just in the classroom.
After experiencing unprecedented challenges, the Pepperdine community — especially professors — has proved not only courageous, but also compassionate.
Technology in the classroom is too distracting.
Seaver faculty openly discuss questions they have wrestled with spiritually and intellectually at “When Learning Rocks Your Faith”