Archives For: July 2011

Catch Saybrook at this year's APA in Washington D.C.

07/22/2011

Saybrook University is always well represented at the American Psychological Association, with faculty, alumni, and students making presentations, leading panels, and holding debates.

This year they’ll be presenting on everything from using expressive arts in the workplace to hypnosis and cyberspace.

Saybrook’s annual APA convention dinner, sponsored by Dr. Stanley Krippner and the Saybrook Alumni Association, will be held on Friday, August 5, from 6 - 9 p.m., at Clyde’s of Gallery Place (707 7th Street, NW, Washington, D.C.).

RSVP REQUIRED

To RSVP, or for more information, email Saybrook Alumni Director George Aiken, or call:  415-394-5968

A list of Saybrook faculty, student, and alumni presentations at this year’s APA (Aug 4-7) is below:

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Moral Courage, nonviolence, and peace in rural Columbia

07/16/2011

Marc Pilisuk, who teaches in Saybrook's Social Transformation program, will speak on "Moral Courage, Nonviolence, and Peace  Communities in Rural Columbia" on Wednesday, July 20. 

Dr. Pilisuk is one of the leading scholars of peace in the world today.  He is the editor of the recently published three volume anthology  Peace Movements World Wide, the most extensive study of the global peace movement ever developed.  He is also the 2010 winner of the Society of Psychologists for the Study of Social Issues’ Distinguished Service Award, and its 2011 award for teaching.   

  • What:  Marc Pilisuk on "Moral Courage,  Nonviolence and Peace Communities in Rural Colombia."
  • Where:  UC Berkeley, 210 Wheeler
  • When:  3 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20

 

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Begin a Degree in Mind Body Medicine this Fall!

07/12/2011

Begin a Degree in Mind Body Medicine this Fall!

If you are interested in pursuing a degree or certificate program in Mind Body Medicine, there is still time to be admitted for the Fall 2011 term. 

Applying is easy!

1)  Fill out our online application form.

2)  Write your personal statement

3)  Send us your documentation (academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, etc.).

That's it!

The online New Student Orientation will take place August 20 and August 21 (entirely online and each day will start around 9:00am Pacific time and end around 5PM Pacific time). The first day of the Fall Semester 2011 Term A is August 22.  For the Fall Semester 2011, the Residential Conference will take place from September 30, 2011 until October 5, 2011 in Arlington, VA at the Crystal City Hyatt Regency. 

 **The residential components of Saybrook’s MBM program are mandatory in their entirety including one Residential Orientation upon admittance and additional Residential Conferences per year.** 

Ready to begin?  Have questions?  Email Faiza in Admissions at fbukhari@saybrook.edu or call her at 800-825-4480 ext. 1255

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