Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Volume 2, Issue 63
I N S I D E T H I S I S S U E
CSTCM Alumni Corner
National and International OM News
11 AOM in Medical Journals & University Research
12 Future Looks Grim for Tigers
13 FDA‟s CGMP
14 U.S. AOM Statistics 2010
C S T C M A C A O M
RE - A C C R E D I T A T I O N
CSTCM received a 5-year reaccreditation from
ACAOM in February 2010. We appreciate everyone‟s
help and support.
We hope everyone is having a great Year of the Tiger. Welcome to the new class of students for the Summer
2010 Trimester. Good luck to students who will be taking the NCCAOM Exams 2010. We are always looking for
articles about Oriental Medicine from mainstream newspapers, magazines, cartoons, etc. Thanks again to those
who have contributed articles and cartoons. We are also looking for articles written by our students, graduates,
and faculty. Please let us know other things you would like to see in the CSTCM Newsletter.
Newsletters now come out 3 times a year at the beginning of the trimester in January, May, and September. We
are trying to e-mail all newsletters to graduates. If you are receiving a paper copy of the newsletter and not an
emailed copy, please send us your e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please help us save on postage and
save some trees too. The newsletter is also always on the CSTCM website.
February Chinese New Year Open House & Potluck
Honors List for Fall 2009
The Honors List recognizes scholastic achievement
in any given trimester for accelerated and full-time
students (12 credits or more) whose average
percentile of all courses taken for that trimester was
94% (3.7 GPA) or better, with no Incompletes. The
Honors List will be noted on student‟s transcripts and
posted on the bulletin board.
Trimester 1 – Beverly Lynch, Tiffany Schiedt,