Pepperdine faculty and students have been busy with a variety of research projects.
Learn about the latest developments in Pepperdine research news:
- Assistant Professor of Economics Michael Olabisi Named Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow
- A biologist's, Seaver's Javier Monzón, encounter with a wild animal leads to the exploration of a species new to New York City.
- "Justice for All: Study Abroad Leads to Legal Reform in Uganda"-- A first-person essay by SOL's Jim Gash.
- Seaver Professor Paul Contino Publishes Research on "Geoffrey Hill's "Hard-Won Affirmation""
- Eric Hamilton's paper reports exploratory work that investigates inter-generational collaboration between students and teachers in a digitized version of the maker movement.
- Nicole Nakamatsu Presents Research at National Park Service Symposium
- Drones and Aerial Surveillance: SOL professor Gregory McNeal's paper part of a Brookings series focused on the future of civilian robots.
- Seaver distinguished professor Dan Caldwell's article addresses the effects of jet lag and its impact on modern diplomacy.
- SPP's Luisa Blanco publishes "Study on Crime and Investment in Latin American and the Caribbean" with USAID.
- "Walking" Fish: Biologist Karen Martin's Featured Video and Research on Grunions for National Geographic
- Publisher Awards Graziadio's Dr. Gary Mangiofico for Scholarly Excellence
- Stella Erbes, Milt Shatzer, and Robert Williams Featured in eCampus News
- Professor Kris Knaplund Honored in Harvard Law Women Inspiring Change Exhibit
- Pepperdine University Now Hosts Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, Under Co-Editor-in-Chief Craig R. Everett
- Healing History: GSEP Professor Daryl Rowe Seeks the Emotional Emancipation of African Americans
- The Nexus of Vocation and Calling: Graziadio School Professor Ed Rockey Seeks Meaning in his Work
- Ronald Batchelder Receives the Duncan Black Prize for the Best Paper in Public Choice
- Freddy Vasquez Presents "The Myth About Spanish Conquest" at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research
- Five Seaver Alumni Earn Prestigious Fulbright Scholarships
- GSEP's Social Entrepreneurship Students Compete for $5,000 in Funding for Their Social Business Ideas
- Advertising in the Digital Age: Ginger Rosenkrans Receives Grants to Explore Mobile and Social Media Ad Effectiveness
- Seaver Students and Professors Collaborate on an Interdisciplinary Study of Prostitution
- Recent Faculty Grant News from Research and Sponsored Programs, Featured in Wavefront
- Professor David Holmes Wins the Theresa Enos Anniversary Award for his Essay in Rhetoric Review
- Faculty-Student Publication by Seaver's Dr. Tomás Bogardus and Chad Marxen
- Thomas J. Stipanowich's Reflections on Nelson Mandela in "A Legacy of Reconciliation"
- Buyer Beware: Graziadio School Professor Nelson Granados Uncovers How New Information Changes the Online Retail Space
- A Bit of History Repeating: Two scholars and a Student Explore Why Looking Back Helps Move Public Policy Forward
- Rodney L. Honeycutt's Collaborative Research on Cichlid Fishes in the Neotropics
- Pepperdine Seaver Students Sweep Sigma Tau Delta's Annual Conference
- Victoria's Web: Victoria Lekson's Keck Scholarship and Research on the Web Strength of Native Malibu Spiders
- Religion, Nationalism, and Co-authors Joel S. Fetzer and J. Christopher Soper
- Undergraduate Shiloh Rainwater Publishes Research on "China's Arctic Strategy"
- Exploring "God, Freedom, and Human Dignity" with Ron Highfield
- Brain in Motion: GSEP Professor Louis Cozolino Reveals How Our Brains and Relationships Shape How We Learn