At the end of the day, students started to slowly emerge from the building. There were sighs of relief, some tears and joy that the exam was finally over.
Veronica’s strong wellness commitment and experience in business and marketing is an asset to the YSU team.
Christina has nearly five years of experience in higher education, including domestic and international admissions experience.
Lalita possesses an Associate of Arts degree in the field of Communication Studies and is continuing her education in the growing field of Integrative Health and Wellness
Brian S. Lee, L.Ac., M.S., Ph.D. was born and raised in South Korea. He is a graduate from Arizona State University and a member of the national honor society of interdisciplinary studies. He also attended Kon-Kuk University in Seoul, Korea majoring in mechanical engineering. Pursing his interest in the field of healthcare, he completed his Doctorate and Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Our entering students, in a nutshell, included a lawyer, veterinarian technician, pharmaceutical researcher, medical student, professional dancer, nurse, body workers and more!
Acupuncture Today (January, 2015, Vol. 16, Issue 01) features an editorial article titled "Yo San University Celebrates, Supports Community Clinic"....Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine recently celebrated 25 years of teaching excellence and serving its community by awarding actor Pierce Brosnan the Robert Graham Visionary Award and raising money for its popular community clinic....
On Wednesday December 2, students and faculty gathered together to celebrate the teaching career of Cormac Ferguson, who will be leaving in January to join his family in Thailand.
Yo San’s Sally Goluboff, L.Ac and Matthew Brand, L.Ac had the opportunity to treat over 23 people in 3 hours, about half of whom had never received acupuncture. Despite some apprehension on the part of a few participants, almost all of those who tried it left with significant relief from their symptoms.
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.