Category: University

Making our mark: New visual identity connects Saybrook’s holistic legacy with a clear path forward

A new chapter awaits. Saybrook University is about to undergo a transformation that embraces our humanistic legacy with a bold vision for the future. Working with our Marketing Department at TCS Education System (TCS Ed System), we collaborated on a new visual identity that embraces our core mission, values, and personality. Starting this month, we… Read more »

Saybrook announces long-term contract with new hotel for residential conferences


Robert Schley, Saybrook’s Conference Director, confirms that contracts have now been signed with the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa in Monterey, California, for the residential conferences starting in January 2017 through August 2019. All of Saybrook’s residential conferences, along with the annual graduation ceremony, will then take place at the Hyatt. The conferences will… Read more »

Saybrook faculty and students engage in crisis management workshop in Renton, Washington


Saybrook University faculty and students led a crisis management workshop at the City Hall of Renton, Washington for city officials and residents on April 29-May 1, 2015. The project was designed as a community outreach project and led to a Certificate in Crisis Management. Saybrook faculty Nancy Southern and Gary Metcalf taught the workshop, along with… Read more »

Saybrook Partners with Osaka Prefecture University


Skyline of Umeda, in Osaka In June President Mark Schulman travelled to Japan sign a memorandum of understanding with Osaka Prefecture University for educational and scientific cooperation. While there, he met with Osaka’s President  Taketoshi Okuno and other faculty. Osaka University is one of the largest public universities in Japan, enrolling more than 8,000 undergraduate… Read more »

Saybrook University Faculty and Students Participate in National Professional Events


Saybrook University sponsored professional conferences in Mind-Body Medicine and Psychology in July in support of Saybrook faculty and students who were participating in these events. Saybrook University Mind-Body Medicine faculty Don Moss and students Carrie Phelps and Char Conlin   attended and presented at the National Wellness Institute’s annual conference July 15-18 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin…. Read more »

Famed Scholar to Present “The Thurgood Marshal Experience” for Saybrook Community


Saybrook University distinguished consulting faculty Lenneal Henderson will perform his critically acclaimed portrayal of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall on Saturday August 24, 7:30 pm at the Westin (SFO). Taking on the role of the first African American to serve on the US Supreme Court, this impressive one-man show – coming a few days before… Read more »

Humanistic Partnerships Make us Stronger


Dear Saybrook Community: Our university has always been made stronger by forging well thought out partnerships with other institutions. Whether that has meant connecting with individual scholars who are leaders in their field to serve as thesis advisors or contributors to our scholarly blogs, or connecting with educational institutions such as the Jung Center of… Read more »

Saybrook Celebrates Nearly 100 New Graduates in Ceremonies Throughout the Summer


It’s graduation season at Saybrook University! This year Saybrook is graduating nearly 100 students in commencement ceremonies in Seattle and San Francisco celebrating new scholars in the fields of psychology, mind-body medicine, organizational systems, and human science. Saybrook conferred 23 Master of Arts degrees in the June 24th ceremony, held in Seattle. Eight students received… Read more »

Student Satisfaction Survey Results Are In


You like us, you really like us! For the third year in a row, Saybrook University’s Student Satisfaction Survey has shown students are more content with their overall Saybrook experience.  More than 70 percent of enrolled students participated in the 2013 survey, which was developed and coordinated by the Saybrook Office of Institutional Research, and… Read more »