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David A. Levy, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology
Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Phone: (818) 501-1626
E-mail: david.levy@pepperdine.edu
Location: Encino Graduate Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • Celebrity psychology
  • Critical thinking
  • Cross-cultural diversity
  • Media psychology
  • Addictive behaviors
  • Psychopathology

David Levy has extensive experience as a teacher, therapist, writer, and researcher. He holds licenses in psychology and in marriage and family therapy, and is actively involved in clinical practice and consultation.  He earned his doctorate in social psychology, he served as a visiting professor of psychology at Leningrad State University, and has been teaching graduate courses at Pepperdine since 1986. 

Levy co-authored Cross-Cultural Psychology: Critical Thinking and Contemporary Applications, which has become the international best-selling text on cross-cultural psychology and critical thinking.  His book, Tools of Critical Thinking: Metathoughts for Psychology, garnered widespread acclaim and won the endorsements of some of the nation's most prominent psychologists.  Utilizing his sense of humor, he is also the author of numerous satirical psychology articles.     

In his featured appearances on more than 70 television and radio programs (including CBS, CNN, NBC, PBS, NPR, Fox, A&E, and E!), Levy has provided psychological perspectives on current events and has examined issues, problems, and trends in the mental health fields.

For more information please visit Dr. Levy's Wikipedia page and his Faculty page

Media Contact Information

Office of Public Relations
Pepperdine University
Direct: (310) 506-4138
E-mail: pr@pepperdine.edu
Veronica Orozco
Public Relations Manager
Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Direct: (310) 568-5773
E-mail: veronica.orozco@pepperdine.edu


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Margaret J. Weber, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Phone: (310) 562-2344
E-mail: margaret.weber@pepperdine.edu
Location: West Los Angeles Graduate Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • Diversity and multicultural leadership
  • Mentoring and faculty development
  • Women, faith and leadership

Margaret Weber leads faculty and students in an academic community of interactive learning and practice. As an administrator and strong advocate of the scholar-practitioner model of learning, which educates students in theory as well as practical application, it has been Weber's priority to go beyond simply managing students and faculty. Her purpose has been to nourish and enrich professional development and academic competencies in others.

Throughout her administrative terms, Weber has maintained the momentum of her formidable research career, publishing widely on multicultural leadership and diversity, the mentoring and socialization of graduate students, and the value of investment in faculty development. She has presented papers at numerous national and international conferences, such as the Women's Leadership at the University of Oxford, England, and served as chair of the Legislative Committee of the Board on Human Sciences and as vice president of the American Association of Housing Educators.

Media Contact Information

Office of Public Relations
Pepperdine University
Direct: (310) 506-4138
E-mail: pr@pepperdine.edu
Veronica Orozco
Public Relations Manager
Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Direct: (310) 568-5773
E-mail: veronica.orozco@pepperdine.edu

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