For the second year in a row, Bastyr University has been recognized as one of King County's Best Workplaces for Recycling and Waste Reduction.
The University's campus recycling and waste reduction initiatives include:
Bastyr's environmental leadership has also helped it earn a five-star EnviroStars Certification through the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks. The EnviroStars program certifies local companies based on their practices and policies that demonstrate commitment to protecting the environment.
In awarding the five-star rating, King County noted:
King County's Solid Waste Division says other workplaces can learn from Bastyr's recycling and waste reduction program. Gary Nevius, facilities and capital projects manager, says the next phase in the University's recycling and waste reduction efforts is to increase the amount of recycling and composting even more this fall.
Dr. Brendan Smith, ND, discusses the more holistic approach to diabetes and cardiovascular care that the Bastyr Clinic for Natural Health offers patients.
Stephanie Michael, a registered dietician nutritionist, was hired as the county’s Health Services Program manager, and is on the front lines of the COVID-19 response in Pacific County
The Institute of Natural Medicine announces that Dr. Joe Pizzorno has joined their Board of Directors
ND student Erin Arney co-authored a textbook, Eliminating Race-Based Mental Health Disparities.