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 MA degrees in Organizational Systems: Leadership and Organization Development, and 15 in Psychology: Counseling. The keynote speech was given by author, speaker, executive coach and consultant Gloria Burgess, PhD, author of Dare to Wear Your Soul on the Outside: Live Your Legacy Now.
The School of Mind-Body Medicine will be holding their commencement ceremony on August 11, at the Town & Country Resort Regency Ballroom in San Diego, Ca. James S. Gordon, MD, founding dean of the School of Mind-Body Medicine and the founder and Director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine will be addressing the two doctoral and the four Masters of Science recipients.
Finally, the School of Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry ceremony will be held August 23, with 24 students receiving their PhD in Psychology, three in Human Science, and one in Organizational Systems; and 33 receiving their MA degrees in Psychology, four in Organizational Systems and one in Human Science. Lenneal Henderson, PhD, Saybrook University distinguished consulting faculty Henderson, PhD, and distinguished professor of government and public administration and senior fellow in the William Donald Schaefer Center for Public Policy and in the Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics at the University of Baltimore will be giving the commencement address.
Congratulations to all our graduates, and we wish you all the success in the world!