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2022 Pepperdine Faculty & Staff Appreciation Picnic

Summer is a wonderful time to come together and celebrate the incredible work that has been accomplished by the community throughout the past year. Human Resources is glad to invite you and your immediate family to join us on Alumni Park for an afternoon of food, games, and activities for all ages.


Transamerica: Market Volatility and Your Retirement Strategy

Join Transamerica for an informative live webinar reviewing how market volatility can affect your retirement strategy and what you can do to secure your financial future.


Meditation Workshop

Join Cecily Breeding for a meditation workshop on July 21, 2022 at 1PM. After learning firsthand the impact of yoga and meditation on her day to day wellbeing and holistic health, Cecily started teaching these tools to others through Pepperdine's fitness program and other studios in the Malibu area. This workshop will be part education, part meditation practice, and packed with tools that will help you develop a habit of mindfulness throughout your day.


Pepperdine University Vice Chancellor, Hauteville Campus

Pepperdine seeks to make the community aware of a new position and opportunity related to the Switzerland international program. The Vice Chancellor, Hauteville Campus will serve as the senior operational leader of the University’s new campus in Blonay-St. Legier, Switzerland.


June Wellness: Financial Wellness

Human Resources’ Thrive Wellness Program is pleased to highlight Financial Wellness Month by providing you with tailored resources to aid in your personal and professional development.


The Blueprint for Abundant Life

How can Pepperdine’s mission and purpose help us make good on our promise to build a vibrant community committed to renewal and restoration? How can we as a University reach new heights of personal wellbeing and operate out of love and abundance during times of adversity? Hugh Blane, long time friend of Pepperdine and President of Claris Consulting, will explore these questions and help us connect our work to the way we live, learn, and love each day.


Uvalde Texas School Shooting - Support Resources

The deadly attack on the children and teachers at the Texas elementary school is devastatingly horrific and can bring up painful reminders of other recent mass shootings and senseless gun violence events. Please utilize Health Advocate for any support needs.


Pepperdine Libraries Adds Leigh Wiener and Frederick R. Weisman Museum Collections to Digital Collections

Pepperdine Libraries has announced the addition of two new digital collections to its growing list of online resources. Scholars worldwide can now easily access photos from influential twentieth-century photographer Leigh Wiener and a selection of digitized artworks previously displayed at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art.


The Impact of Faith on Human Flourishing and the Common Good: A Conversation with Byron Johnson

Watch Byron Johnson, Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences at Baylor University, lead the latest installment of the President’s Speaker Series with a discussion on the impact of faith on human flourishing and the potential for religion to facilitate and contribute to the common good of all humanity.


Waves of World Vision for Ukraine

The Office of Seaver-GPC Alumni Relations invites you to join us on Thursday, May 26th at 4:30-5:30 PM PDT as we talk with the Christian humanitarian organization, World Vision, to hear about their response to the conflict in Ukraine.