The new noncredit program will help you incorporate aspects of spiritual awakening in your life, and enable you to teach and assist others in their spiritual and healing journeys.
The hands-on model integrates basic sciences with clinical training earlier to help students form a real-world understanding of the skills they’re learning.
Penny Simkin, namesake of Bastyr University's Simkin Center for Allied Birth Vocations, was a guest on Seattle's NPR station, 94.9 KUOW-FM.
As the 2012 Summer Olympic Games take place in London, I reflect that the elements that make that event so special — teamwork, spirit and hard work — are the same ones that, to me, make Bastyr University so special.
Laurie Steelsmith, ND, MSA (’93), offers hundreds of tips to enhance women’s sexual vitality in her new book, which is available at the Bastyr Bookstore.
Once used only as a demonstration garden, the University's herb garden now produces hundreds of pounds of organic food and herbs each year that are used campus- and community-wide.
Bastyr University wins award for helping soldiers better manage their pain.
Professor Leanna Standish uses provocative psychedelic paintings to challenge how students understand the body.
How did alumna Ravyn Ramos, ARNP, ND ('09) prove herself as the first naturopathic doctor at the busy Tulalip Health Clinic? A persistent focus on her patients.
What is a preceptorship anyway? We explain.
We are just a few short months away from the grand opening of our California campus. In addition to appointing a new leader, we are busy outfitting the building for the inaugural class of students.
More than 3,000 people flocked to Bastyr University’s Kenmore campus this year for the 14th annual Herb and Food Fair, a free community event that offers fun for the entire family. At the June 2, 2012 event, Bastyr focused on global health with the theme “Restoration of Body and Planet.”
A passion for their work. A passion to serve others. A passion for life. Those were the words and ideas repeated throughout Bastyr University’s 31st Annual Commencement Exercises on June 18 at Seattle’s Benaroya Hall.
After guiding a friend through cancer treatment, Jeungwon Yoon devotes herself to researching the disease at an integrative clinic in South Korea.
Bastyr University students recently gathered in the chapel for a cadaver memorial ceremony, honoring the bodies they studied all year and thanking the donors and their families.
The Sacred Seeds Ethnobotanical Trail is the only one of its kind on the West Coast and will serve as a nature preserve, education site and community resource center.
The influential Modernist Cuisine author Maxime Bilet talks to students about laboratory-inspired cooking and honoring ingredients by preparing them well.
Students learn traditional Chinese nutrition by cooking (and eating) in this popular class.
Combining a customer-focused attitude from Kraft Foods and a whole-food education from Bastyr helped Teri Rose, MS ('08), earn the title "Best Nutritionist in the Twin Cities."
Though John Bastyr's birthday celebration has passed, there are commemorative activities every remaining month in 2012.
Bastyr brain researchers measure a little-understood healing tradition — and wonder what it can do for cancer.
Nearly $100,000 raised to help pay for uncompensated medical care at teaching clinic
Bastyr's financial aid advisors offer eight steps to position yourself for success before you crack open your first textbook.
One hundred years ago, John Bartholomew Bastyr was born (May 16, 1912) at home in New Prague, Minnesota. All this year, we are honoring the legacy of this humble man who changed the face of modern naturopathic medicine.
Eating right, trying new foods and changing the way school lunches look and taste. That was all on the menu at the "School the Chef" event Saturday, May 12, 2012 at Seattle Center.