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Travis Hill-Weber

Travis A. Hill-Weber       




Maria "Tati" Constanza Guerrini

Assistant Director



Katia Aguilera

Bookkeeper/Finance Coordinator




Faculty-in-Residence 2022-2023

Faculty in Residence Dr. Cindy Miller-Perrin

Faculty in Residence Dr. Robin Perrin

Dr. Cindy L. Miller-Perrin

Distinguished Professor of Psychology

Office: APC 249

Dr. Cindy Miller-Perrin is a clinical psychologist and Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University.  Dr. Miller-Perrin enjoys teaching introductory psychology, developmental psychology, child clinical psychology, advanced research seminar, and positive psychology.  Dr. Miller-Perrin has authored a number of books and numerous journal articles covering a range of topics, including child maltreatment, family violence, interventions to reduce physical punishment of children, positive psychology, vocation and life purpose, and faith development in college students.  She is a HUGE fan of Pepperdine’s international programs because of their life changing impact on students.  This will be her eighth time serving as visiting faculty having served previously three times in Florence, twice in Heidelberg, once in Buenos Aires, and once in the east Africa program.  She is married to Robin Perrin, a sociology professor here at Pepperdine, and they enjoy traveling, hiking, camping, and backpacking.

Dr. Robin D. Perrin

Professor of Sociology

Office: AC 234

Robin Perrin is Professor of Sociology and teaches classes on Deviant Behavior and Social Control, Sociology of Religion, and Sociology of Family. He, along with his wife Cindy Miller-Perrin (also a Pepperdine professor) are Pepperdine alumni as well as Heidelberg alumni. Together, the Perrins have been the visiting Faculty Family eight times in their 30 years at Pepperdine (including Heidelberg, Florence, Buenos Aires, East Africa). The Perrins are returning to Buenos Aires for the second time, and are drawn to the City itself, as well the people of Argentina. In addition, as outdoor enthusiasts, they are looking forward to spending extended time in Patagonia.

Faculty-in-Residence 2023-2024

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Dr. Daniel Overton

Professor of Communication

CCB 253

 Daniel Overton is associate professor of communication at Seaver College. He teaches courses in rhetoric, leadership, ethics, and public speaking. Daniel’s own experience studying abroad as a college student was transformative for him, and he is especially grateful to serve as faculty-in-residence to be part of the Buenos Aires transformative experience for others. Daniel has worked in congregational ministry, and he now regularly serves as a spiritual mentor on campus. The community-driven nature of international programs at Pepperdine with mentorship potential was the primary reason he applied to serve. Daniel is married to Elaine, and together they have three mostly delightful daughters.




Updated: 1.20.23