Research at Pepperdine University
- "Yes, Safety is in Danger," a Collaborative Faculty-Student Publication by Seaver’s Dr. Tomás Bogardus and Chad Marxen. More »
- Professors Chris Soper and Joel Fetzer discuss their latest publication, Confucianism, Democratization, and Human Rights in Taiwan. More »
- Victoria Lekson, Seaver College music and biology double major, discusses her Keck Scholarship and research on the web strength of native Malibu spiders. More »
- Law professor Thomas J. Stipanowich reflects on Mandela’s “Legacy of Reconciliation” More »
- Pepperdine Seaver Students Sweep Sigma Tau Delta’s Annual Conference. More »
- Professor David Holmes Wins the Theresa Enos Anniversary Award for his Essay in Rhetoric Review More »
- Seaver Professor of Religion, Ron Highfield, discusses his new book. More »
- National Science Foundation grant leads to Rodney L. Honeycutt's collaborative research on cichlid fishes in the Neotropics for Evolution: International Journal of Organic Revolution. More »
- Brain in Motion: GSEP Professor Louis Cozolino reveals how our brains and relationships shape how we learn. More »
- A Bit of History Repeating: Two scholars and a student explore why looking back helps move public policy forward. More »
Welcome to Research at Pepperdine University
Welcome to Pepperdine's newly-launched webpage featuring the research and scholarship of Pepperdine faculty, staff, and students.
This new site will inform our community, as well as external friends and visitors, of the excellent scholarship being conducted in each of our five schools. In addition to reporting on new scholarship, the webpage will have links to research support available to Pepperdine scholars including: new internal and external grant opportunities, information regarding IRB, and programs that provide opportunities for student research.