Beth Howlett, DAOM, LAc

​​[courses/subjects] Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Acupressure Ear Seed Experiential

Acupressure Ear Seed ExperientialVice President of Academics at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative MedicineDr. Beth Howlett, DAOM, LAc, began her study of things Chinese in 1994 at Bryn Mawr College, enticed by the prospect of learning a language with no verb tenses. After graduation, she was selected to participate in Princeton-in-Asia’s teaching fellowship program in Ningbo, China. Upon returning to the USA, Beth deepened her study of the Chinese language and culture by pursuing a MAcOM at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM). In 2008, Beth traveled to China for a third time to complete internship training at the Nanjing University of TCM and will be returning to NUTCM as adjunct faculty for the OCOM study abroad trip for the fourth time in 2012. Her passion for medicine and translating source texts has also led her to help facilitate an ongoing relationship between OCOM and the Kam Wah Chung Co. Museum in John Day, Oregon. She took a new role in 2021 with the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine as the VP of Academics.