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Research at Pepperdine University

  • Ed RockeyThe Nexus of Vocation and Calling: Graziadio School professor Ed Rockey seeks meaning in his work. More »
  • Karen Martin in National Geographic"Walking" Fish: Biologist Karen Martin's Featured Video and Research on Grunions for National Geographic More »
  • Pepperdine in the News Explore articles and publications featuring quotes from Pepperdine experts in the fields. More »
  • Daryl RoweHealing History: GSEP profesoor Daryl Rowe seeks the emotional emancipation of African Americans More »
  • Seaver CollaborationSeaver Students and Professors Collaborate on an Interdisciplinary Study of Prostitution More »
  • Publisher AwardPublisher Awards Graziadio's Dr. Gary Mangiofico for Scholarly Excellence More »
  • Fac Prof Dev Stella Erbes, Milt Shatzer, and Robert Williams Featured in eCampus News More »
  • Freddy Vasquez Research-based PoemFreddy Vasquez presents “The Myth about Spanish Conquest” at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. More »
  • GSEP Social Entrepreneurship CompetitionGSEP's Social Entrepreneurship Students Compete for $5,000 in Funding for their Social Business Ideas More »
  • Kris KnaplundProfessor Kris Knaplund Honored in Harvard Law Women Inspiring Change Exhibit More »
Ed Rockey1 Karen Martin in National Geographic2 Pepperdine in the News3 Daryl Rowe4 Seaver Collaboration5 Publisher Award6 Fac Prof Dev7 Freddy Vasquez Research-based Poem8 GSEP Social Entrepreneurship Competition9 Kris Knaplund10

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.

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