Michelle Leary, BS ('09), was an economics major studying abroad in Switzerland when she signed up for a Pilates class that changed her life.
Freedom. Responsibility. Excitement. Naturopathic medicine student Mark Shortt writes about putting his education to the test in Guatemala.
A researcher explains the science of food cravings and what teenage rats can teach us about healthy eating habits.
May promises to be a big month for Bastyr University as we celebrate a visionary’s life, honor the illustrious history of our University and travel down the road toward the future – literally.
Sumo suits, a bouncy castle and a whole lot of lasagna all featured at our "Community Day" this year.
Internationally recognized herbal medicine expert Dr. Alain Touwaide will give a talk on "1912-2012: The Decline and Rise of Herbal Medicine" at 6:30 p.m., May 17, in the Bastyr University Auditorium.
Two Bastyr health psychology students are tackling advanced research during their undergraduate years.
Discover what a group of Bastyr students learned by practicing meditation with two celebrated teachers in a tropical sanctuary.
Leigh Siergiewicz, who will begin Bastyr University’s Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine program in September 2012, recently posted this funny, humble, joyful account of her path to Bastyr. She graciously allowed us to republish it.
How much vitamin D do you need? Bastyr University researchers are tackling the question, and have already produced two interesting findings.
Although we celebrate nature every day at Bastyr, April provides a number of special opportunities for us to honor Mother Earth, including Community Day, Earth Day and Herb Week.
This self-sustaining "tree guild," in which all of the plants support one another, is an example of the permaculture philosophy taught in Bastyr's Certificate of Holistic Landscape Design program.
The April 13 event is open to the public and covers topic ranging from companionship for the homeless to detoxification for mental health and neurological diseases.
It's been a busy few weeks preparing for the San Diego campus. Here's a roundup on our new clinic, faculty, library and more.
Scientists don't work in silos in the real world. A new major prepares students for collaborative careers.
More than a tenth of Bastyr students balance studies with child care. They find help in the campus drop-in center, a kid-friendly campus and other sources of support.
How does Jeremy Lin's story relate to Bastyr University's? We are both doing things that have rarely been done before, inspiring others with our work and "changing the game" in a number of different ways.
Each year the Student Council organizes the Talent / No Talent Show, inviting members of the Bastyr community show off their talents — or lack thereof.
Bastyr's Center for Spirituality, Science and Medicine presents the final act in the series, “going. Going! GONE?”, March 1 at 6-8 p.m. in the University chapel.
The first course in the series, "Essential Oil Therapy: Foundations," runs March 30 to April 1.
Focus of on-campus talks will be prevention, support and awareness
Mycologist Paul Stamets, the "Gluten-Free Doctor" Jean Layton and Pacific Northwest ethnobotanist Heidi Bohan headline the event.
We've redesigned and improved Natural Directions based on input from our reader survey.
Nutrition graduate Valerie Segrest helps Northwest tribes reinvent traditional foods, learning that social change starts in the kitchen.
The Seattle Times recently profiled the Bastyr Dining Commons chef, unearthing a story that was new even to many at Bastyr.