Tag: University News & Events

Making our mark: New visual identity connects Saybrook’s holistic legacy with a clear path forward

A new chapter awaits. Saybrook University is about to undergo a transformation that embraces our humanistic legacy with a bold vision for the future. Working with our Marketing Department at TCS Education System (TCS Ed System), we collaborated on a new visual identity that embraces our core mission, values, and personality. Starting this month, we… Read more »

Saybrook University Faculty and Students Participate in National Professional Events


Saybrook University sponsored professional conferences in Mind-Body Medicine and Psychology in July in support of Saybrook faculty and students who were participating in these events. Saybrook University Mind-Body Medicine faculty Don Moss and students Carrie Phelps and Char Conlin   attended and presented at the National Wellness Institute’s annual conference July 15-18 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin…. Read more »

Saybrook Celebrates Nearly 100 New Graduates in Ceremonies Throughout the Summer


It’s graduation season at Saybrook University! This year Saybrook is graduating nearly 100 students in commencement ceremonies in Seattle and San Francisco celebrating new scholars in the fields of psychology, mind-body medicine, organizational systems, and human science. Saybrook conferred 23 Master of Arts degrees in the June 24th ceremony, held in Seattle. Eight students received… Read more »

Student Satisfaction Survey Results Are In


You like us, you really like us! For the third year in a row, Saybrook University’s Student Satisfaction Survey has shown students are more content with their overall Saybrook experience.  More than 70 percent of enrolled students participated in the 2013 survey, which was developed and coordinated by the Saybrook Office of Institutional Research, and… Read more »

Saybrook University to Sponsor Parker Palmer Event Series in Seattle


Parker Palmer Are you frustrated with politics and the lack of civil discourse in community? Do you wonder if you can make a difference? For three days in July, 2013, at events across Seattle, internationally known educator, author and activist Parker J. Palmer will spark a community conversation based on his latest book, Healing the… Read more »

Cynthia Fitzgerald takes over as Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Services


Cyndy Fitzgerald, formerly dean of LIOS Graduate College, took over as Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Services at the beginning of November. Originally from Sacramento, California, she received her PhD in Applied Behavioral Science/Higher Education Leadership from Azusa Pacific University in 2007. We sat down with Cyndy for a few questions about her new… Read more »

Saybrook President Contributing to Huffington Post


Saybrook University President Mark Schulman, PhD, has been invited to join the Pulitzer prize-winning Huffington Post, contributing blog posts to the College News section and sharing Saybrook’s unique perspective on education, science and the politics of higher education. President Schulman’s began blogging for the Huffington Post in June 2012 with a passionate call to action… Read more »

Natalie Rogers’ new book explores expressive arts for social change

“Creativity is like freedom: once you taste it, you cannot life without it. It is a transformational force, enhancing self-esteem and self-empowerment.” — Natalie Rogers Natalie Rogers, PhD, founder of the transformational Creative Connection® system of person-centered expressive arts has published an all-in-one guide to group facilitation titled: The Creative Connection for Groups ~ Person-Centered… Read more »