Explore the various resources Pepperdine offers using the links below.
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
The primary goal of the Pepperdine University IRBs is to protect the welfare and dignity of human subjects. A secondary goal of the Pepperdine IRBs is to assist investigators in conducting ethical research that complies with applicable regulations.
Visit the IRB website to learn more.
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
Faculty and students that conduct research on vertebrate animals or use them for educational purposes must complete the appropriate forms found on the Animal Care and Use guidelines page and submit them at least one month prior to the proposed project.
Inspired by the University’s mission, Pepperdine Libraries serve our learning community by facilitating exploration, discovery, and creativity. Join us on this journey as we build the library of the future.
Visit the University Libraries website to learn more.
Open Access Publishing Support
Pepperdine Libraries, in partnership with the Office of the Provost, is providing financial support for university authors to encourage open-access publishing Faculty and staff authors can now apply for stipends of up to $3,000 each academic year.
Visit the Open Access website to learn more.
In partnership with the offices of the Vice Provost and Research, Grants, and Foundation Relations, the Pepperdine IT Department offers a high-performance computing environment for qualified university research projects. We manage an energy-efficient data center designed specifically for hosting high-density research computing clusters and storage systems.
Visit the Research Computing website to learn more.