On September 14, 2012, Bastyr University California welcomes its first class of more than 50 naturopathic doctoral (ND) students to the state's first and only regionally accredited school for naturopathic medicine.
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.
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.
Though John Bastyr's birthday celebration has passed, there are commemorative activities every remaining month in 2012.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As we enter the second month of 2012, big changes are happening at Bastyr University. You may have noticed we unveiled a new website.
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.
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.
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 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.
The most basic key to wellness isn't a drug, an exercise regimen or a particular diet, says natural medicine author Michael T. Murray, ND. He's become convinced that cultivating a spirit of gratitude is the foundational secret to health.