As we enter the second month of 2012, big changes are happening at Bastyr University. You may have noticed we unveiled a new website.
We're excited to launch a redesigned site that reflects the growth and discovery happening at the University. Read on to learn about the site's new features, why we changed the colors and how you can give your feedback.
Seven teams of two students each competed for the title of Top Chef in January 2012, but all of the contestants won the respect and admiration of their peers — and it was all for a good cause!
You can learn more about use of complementary and alternative medicine through Bastyr University's continuing and community education courses.
Welcome Chinese New Year with the Bastyr community from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, January 23, with traditional favorites such as Chinese Szechuan Noodles, Peking Duck with Mandarin Pancakes and Stir-Fried Rice and Vegetables.
Bastyr's new Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program draws on the University's distinctive integrative approach to mental, spiritual and physical wellness.
It's tradition for Bastyrians to mark the first day of the winter quarter with a dash down the trail to Lake Washington and a dip into the chilly water.
Sharon Gray, MS (’06), LAc, is one of many Bastyr graduates whose own health journey inspired her to join a healing profession. Now she's growing a practice and creating a cookbook that draws on crowd-sourced variations of a single simple recipe.
AOM student Emily Paul found herself learning cross-cultural communication on the fly at the Rainier Park Medical Clinic. That sort of real-world training is exactly the point of Bastyr's external clinical training.
2012 promises to be a year filled with celebrations, milestones and new additions that are sure to keep our community buzzing with excitement and anticipation all year long.
Two pioneers of the birth vocations field, Penny Simkin, namesake of the University's Simkin Center, and Phyllis Klaus, are joining together to teach the unique, two-day class "When Survivors Give Birth."
Bastyr President Daniel K. Church, PhD, takes a look back at 2011 and anticipates even more to come in 2012.
Now you can make the vegetarian, vegan and a healthy traditional Thanksgiving menus that were available to dining commons patrons in November 2011.
Debra Brammer, ND, discusses "Herbs to Support Immunity," and offers a list of her family's favorite immune-boosting recipes.
A new class on breathing is part personal journey, part study in spiritual traditions and part exploration of the most elemental of body functions.
Bastyr's nutrition programs reached record enrollment in 2011, driven by a growing cultural interest in traditional sources of nourishment.
Bastyr students dressed up in their finest ghoulery for Haunted Trails, a fundraiser for the Oriental medicine externship in China and other off-campus study trips.
We recently received the results from a study showing Bastyr's economic impact on the local community in 2010 was more than $136 million.
Bastyr University is a sponsor for the annual Dog-O-Ween Costume Contest through the city of Kenmore.
Sharon Hanson credits her stunning recovery from pancreatic cancer to integrative care, a supportive care center and a controversial form of chemotherapy.
Bastyr University has won grants from the National Institutes of Health and awards from the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, but we know a truly prestigious competition when we see one.
Bastyr is getting a campus sauna for a first-of-its-kind study to find out how heat treatments can help cleanse the body of toxic chemicals. It's a need that conventional medicine hasn't addressed.
These delicious cancer-fighting recipes are full of nutrition and antioxidants that are beneficial to all of us.
This Ivy League graduate thought he had a career as a research biologist all mapped out. Then he learned to listen to his heart along with his science-loving mind.
Don't let the stereotypes fool you: The Pacific Northwest can be drop-dead gorgeous come summertime.