Pepperdine in the News
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- "Add Impact to Data Analytics by Tapping our Primal Past" – Louis Cozolino, professor of psychology at GSEP, was quoted in IT Business Edge exploring the importance and evolution of story-telling and narrative.
- "When Dads Go Missing, Frogs Start Hatching" – Karen Martin, professor of biology at Seaver, is quoted discussing embryos as cognitive organs in Science Magazine.
- "Can MOOCs and Universities Co-Exist?" – Provost Darryl Tippens was featured in a roundtable discussion in the Wall Street Journal exploring the future of higher education in the digital age.
- "For her, rocket science is just the start" – Pepperdine MBA alumna and nuclear physicist, Andrea Belz, was recently featured in the Los Angeles Times for both her research and her new position at USC's Entrepreneurship and Innovation program.
- "Risky Hydraulic Fracturing?" – Carson Bruno, Hoover Institution research fellow and graduate of Pepperdine's School of Public Policy coauthors this article for Insider Online.
- "How to Move the Women in Technology Conversation to the Mainstream" – the late Roy Adler, a Distinguished Fellow of the Academy of Marketing Science at Pepperdine University was cited in Fast Company.
- "Time Warner, Comcast executives seek support in Congress for deal" – Babette Boliek, Professor of law at Pepperdine University is quoted in The Hill.
- "Bird-sized Drones Could Record You Inside Your Home" – Gregory McNeal, Associate professor of law at Pepperdine University Law School quoted in PolitiFact.
- "Why did State Sen. Leland Yee Escape Terrorism Charges?" – Gregory McNeal, law professor and expert in national security law quoted in the San Jose Mercury News.
- "Kerr v. Hickenlooper: Exploring the Tenth Circuit's Dubious Legal Reasoning" – Derek Muller, professor at the School of Law, serves as a guest columnist for Jurist, discussing the shaky legal foundations of the Tenth Circuit's recent decision in Kerr v. Hickenlooper.
- "A New Learning Curve" – Rolin Moe, a Pepperdine University education doctorate student, revealed some of the preliminary results of a recent Delphi study in News Review.
- "Want to Get Putin's Attention? Talk about Oil." – Dan Caldwell, distinguished professor of political science, weighs in on Putin and "Russia's advantage" in this Los Angeles Times op-ed.
- "Why More Voters are Going Independent in California" – Michael Shires, associate professor at the School of Public Policy was quoted in Alaska Dispatch.
- Karen Elliot House on CSPAN2 Book TV for her latest book – Watch School of Public Policy's Karen Elliot House discuss her book On Saudi Arabia: Its People, Past, Religion, Fault Lines - and Future.