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Pepperdine in the News
Posted March 1, 2011
The Jewish Journal, February 22, 2011 – The Payson Library photography exhibit, “Traces of Memory: A Contemporary Look at the Jewish Past in Poland,” was featured in an article titled “Photos Capture Remnants of Jewish Life in Poland.” Read the article.
Mercury News, February 23, 2011 – A study conducted by Pepperdine University examining budget distribution in the Brentwood Union School District was mentioned in an article titled “Brentwood Spends Highest Percentage of Budget in Classroom.” Read the article.
The Wall Street Journal, February 24, 2011 – In an article titled “Small Businesses Weigh Recovery Act,” the Graziadio School’s 2011 Economic Forecast Report of private capital markets was mentioned in discussing the stimulus benefits of small, closely held companies. Read the article.
The Christian Chronicle, February 24, 2011 – The passing of Mary Drehsel, professor of German and academic coordinator for the University’s Heidelberg International Program, was mentioned in an article titled “Pepperdine Mourns Loss of Mary Drehsel, Missionary to Germany.” Read the article.
Malibu Times, February 27, 2011 – Dorothy Stotsenberg, longtime Malibu resident and treasured friend of Pepperdine who passed away Thursday, Feb. 24, was remembered in an article titled “Dorothy Stotsenberg, longtime Pepperdine University benefactor, Malibu resident dies.” Read the article.
The Wall Street Journal, February 28, 2011 – John Paglia, lead researcher on the Pepperdine Private Capital Markets Project and an associate finance professor at the Graziadio School, was mentioned in an article titled “UPDATE: Small US Firms Want Strong Dollar, Big Firms Want it Weak,” which discussed a survey of over 1,200 privately owned businesses conducted by the Graziadio School. Read the article.
Posted February 27, 2011
Variety, Feb. 8, 2011 – Tom Shadyac, adjunct professor of screenwriting, was mentioned in an article, titled “Finding Kind,” featuring the documentary of the same name, which Shadyac executive produced. The documentary redresses the mean-girl phenomenon and was conceived and filmed by two alumni. Read the article.
Los Angeles Business Journal, Feb. 7, 2011 – Gary Mangiofico, associate dean of fully employed and executive programs and practitioner faculty of organizational theory and management, wrote an op-ed on improving education in Los Angeles County. The article is coauthored with Bill Allen, CEO of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation. Read the article.
Ventura County Star, Feb. 5, 2011 - Gary Galles, professor of economics, authored an article, titled “Another Facet of his Legacy: Humor,” marking the centennial of Ronald Reagan’s birth. Read the article.