A Message from New Alumni Association Volunteer Administrator

Dear Fellow Alumni,  As an alumna, I feel privileged to reach out to you as the new Alumni Association Volunteer Administrator. I am committed to supporting our alumni in creating a strong foundation for the establishment of the new Won Institute Alumni...

Alumna Joins Faculty to Teach Master of Won Buddhist Studies

Long-time friend, alumna and Chair of the Won Institute of Graduate Studies, Grace Song, Ph.D, has come on board as faculty this fall and will be teaching classes under the Master of Won Buddhist Studies degree program, the only higher education institution offering...

Meet Doyeon Park

A novice to Eastern thought asks Doyeon Park about Won Buddhism. She recommends looking up the Four Great Principles. One of those is Selfless Service to the Public. Doyeon doesn’t need to say it, but the evidence is clear: she has dedicated her life to that...

Which Acupuncture Technique is Right for You?

Heather Shultz Graduate of the Won Institute and President of the Association for Professional Acupuncturists in Pennsylvania  To some, the idea of having acupuncture treatments can sometime be a little off-putting. Needles being poked into one’s body to alleviate...

Meet Our Alumni – Lt. Saejong IIduk Kim

  The Won Institute is proud to announce that the first female Reserve Buddhist chaplain commissioned into the US Navy is a Won Buddhist Studies graduate – Lt. Saejeong Ilduk Kim! As the first female Reserve Buddhist chaplain, Lt. Kim (WBS 2006) has a great...

Alumni & Student Appreciation Day – November 19, 2017

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, On behalf of the Won Institute and the Student Council, Dr. Bokin Kim cordially invites you to join the inaugural Alumni/Student Appreciation Day event on Sunday, November 19th. We have an exciting afternoon planned with a cruise...