Tag: University News & Events


Leading political ethicist to offer internships to Saybrook students

Students join Saybrook’s Social Transformation Concentration because they want to make a difference in the world:  now Saybrook can offer them an opportunity to help reform government while they study.  This month Saybrook, the global leader in humanistic education and thought, has announced an agreement with Public Citizen, one of America’s leading consumer advocacy organizations…. Read more »

Saybrook graduates have the write stuff

Saybrook doesn’t have its own press – and it doesn’t need one.  Its graduates and faculty are busy publishing in everything from the mainstream press to academic journals.  “During Alumni Homecoming at the June 2008 Residential Conference, no less than six, long cafeteria tables were required to display Saybrook’s Alumni publications,” says George Aiken, Saybrook’s… Read more »

Seattle recruitment event to showcase Saybrook programs

Saybrook president Lorne Buchman will be available to meet and talk with prospective students at the recruitment event Saybrook will be hosting in Seattle this month. Prospective students will have the opportunity to learn  more about Saybrook’s masters and doctoral programs;  our new PsyD, Jungian Studies, and Mind-Body Medicine programs; how they can tailor their… Read more »

Saybrook and LIOS, step II

The synchronicity, and common purpose, of their affiliation will soon be a precedent for future institutions   As the first class of LIOS/Saybrook students – 41 in all – is getting to work learning how to change the world, the opportunities of each institution are now being presented to each other. LIOS, which offers Master’s… Read more »

What does your Shadow know about you? And what can you learn from it?

Is this evil?  Not exactly, says Hollis:  but many have called it that.  His presentation will define and illustrate the many ways the Shadow operates in personal and social life – and the opportunity it represents for greater self-awareness and wholeness. James Hollis will be speaking as part of the Saybrook Graduate School and  Research… Read more »

It’s already spring at LIOS

The first ever Saybrook/LIOS Spring Program is now scheduled to launch on March 1 of this year.  The is the first program to integrate the resources of Saybrook with the Leadership Institute of Seattle, enhancing the traditional LIOS offerings while remaining focused on the exceptional, always evolving experiential and transformative education that has been the… Read more »

Meet Eric Fox, Saybrook’s new Dean of Instruction

Saybrook is pleased to announce the hiring of its first Dean of Instruction, Eric Fox.  Eric comes to Saybrook from Western Michigan University, where he was an Assistant Professor of Psychology and founded the university’s Language, Cognition, and Instructional Technology lab.  He has a PhD in Learning & Instructional Technology from Arizona State University, and… Read more »