Sierra Women’s Club, which includes Lucinda Rost, has business and community leaders of diverse interests, talents, and backgrounds all united with a dedication to community improvement through volunteer service.

Scholarship winner proves #ChangingLivesMatter

Lucinda Rost, a Saybrook student and winner of an American College of Nutrition Scholarship, wants
Read More
How do we make consuming energy more of a priority for people worldwide?

How energy consumption changes societal needs

Jimmy Jia, the CEO of Distributed Energy Management, examines how to make consuming energy—even with
Read More
Biofeedback Therapy

Biofeedback therapy: A natural cure for tension and migraine headaches

Numerous controlled studies show that biofeedback is highly effective for tension and migraine headaches.
Read More
Helping youth

‘Child of apartheid’ and Saybrook alumna influencing South African education

Carolyn Burns is using the privileges she had during apartheid to help those who were
Read More
masters in management

4 reasons a master’s in management prepares you for business in the future

As businesses evolve in an effort to adapt in the 21st century, management will evolve.
Read More
How is your physical and your emotional condition today?

Importance of ‘checking in’ after silent meditation

In Part 3 of her series, Saybrook alumna Dr. Tamami Shirai discusses her experiences with group meditation.
Read More
Saybrook graduation

Leadership Eastside’s CEO James Whitfield addresses Saybrook grads

Keynote graduation speaker James Whitfield encourages graduates to “make America greater than it’s ever been.”
Read More
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Saybrook adjunct connects MLK’s influence to psychology, other APA Convention events

Saybrook University’s contributions to the field of psychology was evident at the APA Convention.
Read More
Immigration in Contexts

Video recap: Experiencing humanity

Witness inspiring video recapping a 10-day visit to Berlin for the "Immigration in Contexts" course.
Read More