Yo San Happenings
News, events and stories related to Yo San University Happenings
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.
The sun was brightly shining. and the spring air was fresh and crisp as the University celebrated the accomplishments of its thirty-four new degree recipients at the 2014 Yo San University Commencement exercises on Sunday March 23, 2014.
The Spring 2014 President’s Tea was held on Wednesday February 5, 2014. Topics addressed at the session included: the Yo San University 25th Anniversary celebrations, upcoming (Summer 2014) changes in the financial aid check disbursement practice, the April 4-6 DAOM Dissertation mini-conference, the Library Manager transition, and the changes in the Herbal component of the Graduation Examination.
Year of the Horse New Year Celebration. Sunday February 9, 2014 at 10 am. Dr. Mao Shing Ni and Dr. Daoshing Ni, The Yo San University Student Association & The College of Tao Invite you to Celebrate the Year of the Horse. Please arrive by 9:45 am., and bring a seat cushion! For the potluck, please bring your favorite festive, healthy dish or beverage. We look forward to ushering in the New Year with you!
Yo San University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Marvyn Perez, MD (Mexico), MATCM, L.Ac as the University’s Dean of Clinical Education. Dr. Perez will assume duty on January 16th, 2014.
>The course provides additional training and insight into how and when to recommend a patient incorporate a particular qigong movement or breathing pattern, or study a particular qigong or tai chi form, with the appropriate clinical application of each form and pattern.
After a busy and successful year under the able leadership of President, Emily Quan King, The Yo San University Student Association (YSUSA) has completed its annual election process. The group has announced a new slate of officers.
All members of the Yo San University administrative staff wore blue on Friday December 20, 2013, the last day that Assistant Academic Dean, Alison Doherty, worked in the office.
Recent Yo San University MATCM graduate, Sally Goluboff, stepped immediately out of her role as a student finishing clinic hours and final exams, and began functioning as a University administrator. In her new half-time role in the MATCM Office of the Assistant Academic Dean, Sally’s initial title is “Academic Advisor.”