“The LIOS MA program is about what lies inside of us and really tapping into what we have to offer as human beings on this planet. When my faculty asked me to think about where my deep hunger met the world’s greatest need, I knew I was in the right place,” Haley recalls.
"Saybrook is a much better match for people who want to delve into practice and theory based on their own experience. I had some extraordinary professors who understood that their students already brought something important to the table."
“You can figure out how you can move the org in people and process to accomplish what you need to accomplish, there’s a tactical functional side, but how do they dance together? That’s what I took from Saybrook.”
Maureen Molinari researched how stress impacts people with diabetes both physiologically and psychologically, and then created a website providing videos and information for effective stress-management.
"Psychology, social transformation, cross-cultural work, mind-body ideas ... all of this is important in organizational work, and when you study at Saybrook you have all of these traditions to draw upon to help you engage. It's much more than just studying business development."
"A biomedical research scientist, Prema is working to bring a better understanding of Ayurvedic medicine to the U.S.. She sits on the board of the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine, and is helping to organize the national Ayurvedic Medical Association's annual conference, among other efforts."
"What makes LIOS so exciting is that it allows students to bridge the traditional and non-traditional worlds. That's something you have to do because, in today's world, that's where the people you want to reach are."