Please join us for a training on Awareness and Defense Against Physical Threats (ADAPT) led by Covered 6. Because Pepperdine prioritizes the safety of its community, it is important for all community members to know how to identify potentially suspicious individuals and circumstances, report concerns, and defend themselves in a variety of situations.
Have you tried lots of exercise programs, but nothing really stuck? Perhaps it wasn't catered specifically to what motivates YOU - your unique goals and needs – and your starting point with exercise. If you're interested in trying a more comprehensive approach, Seaver College’s Sports Medicine 450 course for the spring 2023 semester is offering a free opportunity for faculty and staff to do just that!
You need to plan for all aspects of your retirement in order to be fully prepared, so why not start today? Meet with our Transamerica Retirement Planning Consultant, Ronee Dakin, who will be able to answer of your questions from Roth IRAs, to Medicare.
Join us on November 16th for a one hour webinar on thriving at work and home through the holiday season led by Robert Scholz, MA, LMFT, LPCC.
Family and friends of kids are invited to hear Meredith Miller, M.Div. speak about communicating with children about faith and the Bible. The session will include a time of Q&A.
On August 5 and 12, Sean Michael Phillips, Associate VP of Human Resources and Business Services, led workshops on Rediscovering what Pepperdine has to offer its employees in working and living authentically.
On September 10th, 2022, Pepperdine students, staff, faculty, and alumni will come together to serve alongside other Waves as a part of this year’s Step Forward Day. Community Engagement and Service in The Hub for Spiritual Life has identified ways for all to give back.
The American Red Cross will be on the Malibu Campus beginning October 4 through October 6 for a fall blood drive. Come by the Fireside Room to donate!
Dementia is the loss of cognitive functioning — thinking, remembering, and reasoning — to such an extent that it interferes with a person's daily life and activities. Dr. Lucia Dattoma, a geriatric specialist from UCLA Health, will discuss the signs and symptoms of dementia, its stages and forms, diagnoses, causes and management.
Truly a series for all ages, join us as we share valuable tips about caring for loved ones and the associated costs for providing elder care, learn about retirement plan basics, understand common behavioral biases and how to avoid investing mistakes, and finally what to consider when applying for Medicare and determining when to take Social Security.