On the subject of the clinic, President Green indicated that considerable effort is going into building clinic volume in response to the larger-than-expected group of interns.
In reality students are serious about their education, understand the implications of borrowing and want to manage their debt responsibly. I say this because Yo San students attend the Loan Repayment Workshops offered each trimester in large numbers and fully engage the content.
YSU Bookstore Assistant Manager, Snohomish (Sno) Brown has assumed the role of Bookstore Manager.
The President’s Tea held Thursday, July 10th offered a great opportunity to continue to the conversation about the First Professional Doctorate (FPD) degree.
Yo San University (YSU) recently hosted a group of Chinese scholars from the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS), Beijing, China. The group, comprising senior faculty and administrators are currently on a 3-month fellowship program at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
4th year MATCM student Jessica Lubke was the proud recipient of the Summer 2014 MATCM Dean’s Prize.
Yo San University’s new President, Lois Green, met more than two dozen enthusiastic YSU students at the Summer 2014 President’s Tea.
After completing the MATCM program at YSU (class of 2013), Matthew became an herbalist in the clinic’s herbal dispensary, obtained his California acupuncture license, and is presently working as Assistant Academic Dean in the MATCM program.
Wednesday May 21, 2014 was a blue ribbon day for Yo San University as the community held a gala reception to bid farewell to retiring President, Dr. Lawrence Ryan and to welcome incoming President, Lois Green. Over one hundred members of the Yo San University student body, faculty and staff joined members of the University’s Board of Trustees in the Qi studio for the late afternoon event.
It’s easy to say “Happy 25 years to Yo San”, but the reality is that it takes commitment, dedication and perseverance to build an institution from the ground up.