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    Elkins Auditorium
    Thursday, March 13, 2014, 7 – 8pm

    Come hear Carl Wilkens' inspiring story about his experiences in Rwanda, being the only American who chose to remain in the country through the 1994 genocide.

    “As a humanitarian aid worker, Carl Wilkens moved his young family to Rwanda in the spring of 1990. When the genocide was launched in April 1994, Carl refused to leave, even when urged to do so by close friends, his church and the United States government. Thousands of expatriates evacuated and the United Nations pulled out most of its troops. Carl was the only American to remain in the country. Venturing out each day into streets crackling with mortars and gunfire, he worked his way through roadblocks of angry, bloodstained soldiers and civilians armed with machetes and assault rifles in order to bring food, water and medicine to groups of orphans trapped around the city. His actions saved the lives of hundreds.”

    Contact Name: Elizabeth Thompson
    Contact Emailelizabeth.thompson@pepperdine.edu
    Speaker: Carl Wilkens


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  • 03/29/14--16:00: Special Olympic Bowling
  • 23700 Lyons Ave.
    New Hall, CA 91321
    Saturday, March 29, 2014, 4 – 7pm

    This is C4C's annual Special Olympics Bowling Event!!!

    For those of you planning on attending sports weekend these hours will count for time and a half and is your last chance to collect hours!

    REMEMBER THIS SPECIAL OLYMPICS IS ONE OF OUR 3 PARTNERED CHARITIES - ALL PROCEEDS GO TO OUR CHARITIES!!!

    Contact Name: Shelby Schoolcraft
    Contact EmailShelby.Schoolcraft@pepperdine.edu
    Cost: Entrance will be $20.00 per person, 5 people per lane, 3 hours unlimited bowling...SHOES INCLUDED!!!
    RSVP: E-mail dylan.spicker@pepperdine.edu or Shelby.Schoolcraft@pepperdine.edu We will be collecting money in the cafeteria prior to the event starting March 10, 2014. Tickets must be purchased in the cafeteria NOT at the door!
    More infowww.facebook.com…


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  • 03/28/14--18:00: SEER Networking Night
  • Wokcano Santa Monica
    Friday, March 28, 2014, 6 – 8pm

    Join us for the first SEER Networking Night! This is your chance to connect with current and prospective SEER students, SEER faculty, and SEER alumni who are using what they learned at GSBM in the field.

    Contact Name: Chris Rovin
    Contact Emailchris.rovin@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: 7342761928
    RSVPwww.facebook.com…
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    Pepperdine University
    Drescher Graduate Campus, GSBM
    Classroom L1
    Friday, March 28, 2014, 12 – 12:45pm

    JVP of Private Equity and Venture Capital Payden Tierney will give an overview presentation of the field which will discuss the roles of various players in the industry, the career paths that one could pursue after Graziadio, and an outline of the recruiting process including what you should know, by when and what the important key steps are.

    Dress code is business casual.

    Contact Name: Nicole Powers
    Contact Emailnicole.powers@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: 8322756517
    Speaker: Payden Tierney


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    Charlie Palmer
    3333 Bristol Street
    Costa Mesa, California 92626
    Thursday, March 27, 2014, 6 – 8:30pm



    The OC Waves and GAN OC invite you to an evening at the luxurious Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale’s. Charlie Palmer is located at Bloomingdale’s South Coast Plaza, featuring the freshest artisan plates and entrees that you are sure to savor and enjoy prepared by Executive Chef Seakyeong Kim.

    Networking with a CAUSE. The evening will spotlight a featured non-profit: Roosters—A local Orange County charity for disadvantaged children.


    Grab some friends for good food and fun with the OC Waves and GAN OC at Charlie Palmer!

    Contact Name: Pepperdine University Alumni Association
    Contact Emailalumni@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: 310-506-6190
    Cost: $5 pre-registration., $10 at the door., Registration includes appetizers.
    More infowww.cvent.com…


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    Paramount Pictures Studios
    5555 Melrose Avenue
    Hollywood CA 90038
    Thursday, March 27, 2014, 5:30 – 9:30pm



    Rob Moore has been Vice Chairman of Paramount Pictures since 2008. He oversees the studio’s worldwide marketing, distribution, home entertainment, digital, interactive, television distribution, licensing and business affairs divisions. Moore joined Paramount in 2005 as President of Worldwide Marketing, Distribution and Operations. He was previously a partner at Revolution Studios, where he developed the strategic plan and oversaw the formation of the company. Additionally, Moore managed all aspects of business affairs, finance, physical production and operations. Prior to Revolution Studios, he served as Executive Vice President of Finance and Operations at The Walt Disney Studios, where he was responsible for overseeing all aspects of finance, information services and studio operations. He also oversaw business affairs for the studio’s motion picture, television and video divisions. Moore established himself at Arthur Anderson and Co., specializing in entertainment. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and earned his bachelor of science in accounting from Pepperdine University.

    Contact Name: Phil Thompson
    Contact Emailphilippe.thompson@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: (310) 506-4023
    SpeakerRob Moore, Vice Chairman, Paramount Pictures
    Cost: $20, includes a screening of Noah starring Russell Crowe
    RSVP


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  • 03/26/14--12:05: Toastmasters Weekly Meeting
  • Pepperdine University
    Drescher Graduate Campus, GSBM
    Classroom L3
    Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 12:05 – 12:45pm

    Toastmasters weekly meetings are starting back up each Wednesday, come drop in to improve your public speaking skills in a friendly collaborative environment.

    Contact Name: Bart Templeman
    Contact Emailbart.templeman@pepperdine.edu


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    Elkins
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 8 – 9:30pm

    So much of the conversation between the gay and Christian communities has become tense, angry, and unhelpful in addressing the real spiritual needs of people on both sides. How can we show more love to one another without compromising our theological convictions on sexual morality? Is it possible to love someone without agreeing with them? What would that look like on this issue? This two-night event is designed to explore the questions, and the disagreement, within a loving, Biblical framework that puts Christ first and foremost.

    Two unique presentations will be co-led by Ron Belgau and Justin Lee, two Christians with differing views on the issue but a shared commitment to Christ, the Bible, and the need for compassion.

    Overflow seating will be provided in PLC 125 on both Monday and Tuesday evening. Seating is limited. Staff, faculty, alumni, and graduate students will receive reserved seating in Elkins by registering here by 5 p.m. on Friday, Mar. 21. All guests who do not meet the registration deadline may wait in line with Seaver undergraduates, all of whom will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis as space allows. For a full description of the event, please visit the Office of the Chaplain web site.

    NOTE: THIS EVENT IS 90 MINUTES LONG

    All Convo events are subject to last-minute changes and/or cancellation.

    Contact Name: Jennifer Christy
    Contact EmailJennifer.Christy@pepperdine.edu
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    UC Santa Barbara
    Mosher Alumni House
    Santa Barbara, CA 93106
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 6:30 – 8pm



    Information sessions are an excellent opportunity for prospective students to meet faculty, current students and alumni, and to learn more about the Graziadio School's Fully Employed MBA program. Don't miss this chance to learn what a Pepperdine MBA can do for you. Space is limited.

    Application deadline (summer trimester): March 7, 2014
    Classes begin: April 28, 2014


    Call (310) 568-5555 or e-mail mbabsm@pepperdine.edu for additional information or to reserve an information session date.

    Contact Name: Graziadio School of Business and Management
    Contact Emailmbabsm@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: (310) 568-5555
    RSVP


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    Pepperdine University
    Irvine Graduate Campus
    18111 Von Karman Avenue
    Irvine, CA 92612
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 6 – 7:30pm



    Alumni and students are welcome to attend the Graziadio Alumni Network Orange County Council meeting as we discuss upcoming events, committee reports and initiatives. Please e-mail if you would like to join us this month! Parking validation is available.

    Contact Name: Graziadio School Office of Alumni Relations
    Contact Emailgsbmalumni@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: (310) 568-5639


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    Literati Cafe
    12081 Wilshire Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90025
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 8 – 9:30am



    Prospective students are invited to meet our Fully Employed counselors to discuss the admissions requirements for the following part-time programs: Fully Employed MBA and BS in Management. Please R.S.V.P. using the above links. A light breakfast and coffee will be provided. Space is limited and registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

    Contact Name: Jane Tado
    Contact Emailjane.tado@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: (949) 223-2540
    RSVPFully Employed MBA Prospects, , BS in Management Prospects,


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    Elkins Auditorium
    Monday, March 24, 2014, 8 – 9:30pm

    So much of the conversation between the gay and Christian communities has become tense, angry, and unhelpful in addressing the real spiritual needs of people on both sides. How can we show more love to one another without compromising our theological convictions on sexual morality? Is it possible to love someone without agreeing with them? What would that look like on this issue? This two-night event is designed to explore the questions, and the disagreement, within a loving, Biblical framework that puts Christ first and foremost.

    Two unique presentations will be co-led by Ron Belgau and Justin Lee, two Christians with differing views on the issue but a shared commitment to Christ, the Bible, and the need for compassion.

    Overflow seating will be provided in PLC 125 on both Monday and Tuesday evening. Seating is limited. Staff, faculty, alumni, and graduate students will receive reserved seating in Elkins by registering here by 5 p.m. on Friday, Mar. 21. All guests who do not meet the registration deadline may wait in line with Seaver undergraduates, all of whom will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis as space allows. For a full description of the event, please visit the Office of the Chaplain web site.

    NOTE: THIS EVENT IS 90 MINUTES LONG

    All Convo events are subject to last-minute changes and/or cancellation.

    Contact Name: Jennifer Christy
    Contact EmailJennifer.Christy@pepperdine.edu
    More infowww.pepperdine.edu…


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  • 03/23/14--18:00: All Pepperdine MBA - Bonfire
  • Dockweiler State Beach
    12501 Vista Del Mar, Playa Del Rey, California 90293
    Sunday, March 23, 2014, 6pm

    It’s an evening of marshmallows, chocolates and anything you might think of for roasting that will add a little extra fun! Join our Bonfire at Dockweiler State Beach for an MBA Bonfire!

    Please feel free to invite other students and alumni from Full-time MBA, FEMBA and EMBA! Let’s enjoy old and new friends and make some new connections!

    Contact Name: Emyay King
    Contact Emailemyay.king@pepperdine.edu
    RSVP: Any questions? Email Jacqueline at jacqueline.lemus@pepperdine.edu
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    General Assembly Los Angeles
    1520 2nd Street
    Santa Monica 90401
    Saturday, April 5, 2014, 7 – 9pm

    Digital Innovation Club Networking night in partnership with generalassemb.ly

    Network with industry professionals, students, alumni, and professors from both Pepperdine and General Assembly.

    Bring your business cards and dress sharp (business casual).

    Contact Name: Baily Hancock
    Contact Emailbaily@generalassemb.ly
    Cost: Free for Guests


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    Boathouse
    3 Fullerton Rd #03-01
    The Waterboat House
    Singapore 049215
    Saturday, April 5, 2014, 7 – 9pm



    Please join the Graziadio School dean, Linda Livingstone, for an exclusive dinner with fellow Pepperdine alumni hosted by the Graziadio School of Business and Management.

    Dean Livingstone has served as the dean of the Graziadio School of Business and Management since 2002. During that time she oversaw a $200 million expansion of the business school’s campuses, increased the school’s international partnerships to 40 business schools worldwide, and currently serves as vice-chair/chair-elect of AACSB, the international accrediting body for business schools worldwide.

    The dinner will be the perfect opportunity to connect with Pepperdine alumni in the Singapore region. Dean Livingstone will share news about Pepperdine University and opportunities available to alumni. Do not miss this special event. Please contact us with any questions and register online.

    Seating is very limited. No host bar.

    This event takes place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Singapore time.

    Contact Name: Brigette Young
    Contact Emailbrigette.young@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: (310) 568-5639
    SpeakerDean Linda Livingstone
    Cost: Complimentary
    RSVP, R.S.V.P. by March 28.


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    Pepperdine University
    6100 Center Drive
    Los Angeles, CA 90045
    Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 6:30 – 8pm



    Information sessions are an excellent opportunity for prospective students to meet faculty, current students and alumni, and to learn more about the Graziadio School's Bachelor of Science in Management program. Don't miss this chance to learn what a Pepperdine degree can do for you. Space is limited.

    Application deadline
    Round 1: June 6, 2014
    Round 2: June 27, 2014

    Classes begin: August 25, 2014


    Call (310) 568-5555 or e-mail mbabsm@pepperdine.edu for additional information or to reserve an information session date.

    Contact Name: Graziadio School of Business and Management
    Contact Emailmbabsm@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: (310) 568-5555
    RSVP


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  • 04/02/14--12:05: Toastmasters Weekly Meeting
  • Pepperdine University
    Drescher Graduate Campus, GSBM
    Classroom L3
    Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 12:05 – 12:45pm

    Toastmasters weekly meetings are starting back up each Wednesday, come drop in to improve your public speaking skills in a friendly collaborative environment.

    Contact Name: Bart Templeman
    Contact Emailbart.templeman@pepperdine.edu


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    Pepperdine University
    Drescher Graduate Campus, GSBM
    Classroom L1
    Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 12 – 12:45pm

    JVP of Corporate Law Willis Clow will give an overview presentation of the field which will discuss the roles of various players in the industry, the career paths that one could pursue after Graziadio, and an outline of the recruiting process including what you should know, by when and what the important key steps are.

    Dress code is business casual.

    Contact Name: Nicole Powers
    Contact Emailnicole.powers@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: 8322756517


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  • 04/02/14--11:30: 6th Annual George Awards
  • Hotel Casa del Mar
    1910 Ocean Way
    Santa Monica, CA 90405
    Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 11:30am – 2pm

    Each year, the George Awards honor some of the finest members and partners of the Graziadio School community. Recipients exemplify integrity, stewardship, courage, and compassion, while enriching the ever-changing business world through their superior skills and entrepreneurial spirit.

    Student Awards: Recipients have maintained a minimum 3.5 GPA, completed at least two trimesters, and served as outstanding leaders in the classroom

    Alumni Award: Alumni George Award recipients have demonstrated leadership and initiative toward advancing the Graziadio School’s alumni network

    Corporate Partner Award: Represents a member of the corporate community who has helped to enhance the mission and reputation of the Graziadio School

    Faculty Award: Presented to a faculty member whose commitment to teaching personifies personal leadership, excellence, and generosity of spirit

    Community Service Award: Awarded to a member of the Graziadio School family who has displayed unwavering dedication to community service

    Contact Name: Phil Thompson
    Contact Emailphilippe.thompson@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: (310) 506-4023
    RSVP


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  • 04/02/14--09:00: Earth Day
  • Mullin Town Square
    Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 9am – 3pm

    Earth Day is intended for the Pepperdine campus community and visitors to attend and participate in. Earth Day is driven by expanding awareness of Pepperdine sustainability initiatives as well as exposing the community to alternative practices which support a more sustainable lifestyle.

    Contact Name: Holly Carpenter
    Contact Emailholly.carpenter@pepperdine.edu
    Contact Phone: 310-506-4702


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