Tag: University News & Events


Additional scholarship and work opportunities for students

Two potential opportunities for scholarship funds and employment for interested students are available.  First, the Jenzabar Foundation is currently accepting applications and organizational nominations for Student Leadership Awards.  These awards are to be given to ten campus student groups or individual students leading significant service efforts consistent with the Jenzabar mission:  “to recognize and support… Read more »

Mind-Body Medicine Chair Don Moss travels to support develoment of biofeedback

Don Moss, the editor of Biofeedback Magazine and the chair of Saybrook’s Graduate college of Mind-Body Medicine, has a busy travel schedule late this month in support of efforts to improve the knowledge and implementation of biofeedback techniques.  From March 24-27, Moss will attend the annual meeting of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback,… Read more »

Saybrook to participate in this month’s Psychotherapy Networker Conference

Saybrook University and the Graduate College of Mind-Body Medicine are pleased to announce that they will participate as sponsors in the Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, hosted by the publication Psychotherapy Networker, from March 25 – 28 in Washington D.C.. Held on the theme of “When times say pull back, we say break through,” the symposium will… Read more »

Saybrook co-sponsors this month’s ATP conference

Saybrook University is proud to co-sponsor this month’s Association of Transpersonal Psychology Conference, entitled “Spirituality In Action:  Bringing Transpersonal Psychology to a World in Crisis.” Held from Feb. 12 – 14 at Menlo College, in Atherton, CA, the conference features speakers including Charles Tart, Fred Luskin, Jenny Wade, Olga Louchakova, Ed Bruce Bynum, Marilyn Mandala… Read more »

Shaping the University’s response to the crisis in Haiti, students led the way

 On February 2, Saybrook Interim President Bob Schmitt issued a statement expressing Saybrook’s solidarity with the people of Haiti and describing the steps that members of our community are taking to address their suffering.   At many institutions statements like these are drafted only at the highest levels, with the people they purport to represent not… Read more »

We’ve got a new plan for sustainability

Sustainability means more than new technology to save the environment.  It’s about communities, about culture, about people making big changes and thriving as they adapt.  While there are dozens of masters degree programs around the country that focus on sustainability as a business decision, or a new technological response, there’s no place to go to… Read more »

Vince Pellegrino named Saybrook’s interim Vice President for Academic Affairs

As a doctoral student in Education Law and Policy studies, there was no need for Vince Pellegrino to push any boundaries with his dissertation.  He could have done something rote, conservative, and safe. Instead, he found himself working on a qualitative, humanistic, study of symbolic language in the civil rights movement, viewed through a feminist perspective. … Read more »

Come celebrate with us

The Saybrook community will gather together to formally celebrate the inauguration of the new Saybrook University at this week’s Residential Conference. Come join the festivities at the Bayshore Ballroom of the Westin San Francisco Airport Hotel from 7 – 10 p.m, on Friday, January 15. Look for the balloons – along with your friends and… Read more »

Discuss ‘What Matters Most’ with James Hollis and Donald Moss

How do we live fulfilling lives? What is most important for spiritual, mental, and physical well being? Begin the new year with perspectives on these vital and intriguing questions with: James Hollis, PhD, noted Jungian analyst and author, and Donald Moss, PhD, existential health psychologist and Mind-Body Medicine scholar. Jim Hollis, Director of Saybrook University’s… Read more »