Students, faculty and staff of Yo San University were the epitome of inner calm and outer efficiency during our July 23rd Fire Drill.
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.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
I enjoy connecting with the students and ensuring that they get the most out of their education. I am always available for their questions and I frequently have interns ask me about questions regarding themselves, their family members, and their patients regarding Western medicine, herbs, formulas, etc...
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.
A migraine headache causes throbbing or pulsating pain, usually on only one side of the head. These headaches are often associated with nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound; they generally last between four hours and three days. Find out what Julie Chambers L.Ac.'s answer is to the question "What are the traditional Chinese medicine causes and treatment for migraine? "
Yo San University’s new President, Lois Green, met more than two dozen enthusiastic YSU students at the Summer 2014 President’s Tea.
On Monday Jenna Martin, a 1st year Yo San student, guided us through a lovely instruction on soap making. She showed us how to incorporate essential oils, color therapy and beautiful flowers to enhance the restorative aspect of a healing shower or bath. I was shocked at how easy it was to make these natural and beneficial soaps.
Written by Iting Wu, 1st year student
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.