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Diving Into the Digital Storytelling of Social Change Magazine
Alumni / Marketing & Communication

Diving Into the Digital Storytelling of Social Change Magazine

As Adler University’s Associate Director of Communications, Evan Bryson helped facilitate the creation of Social Change magazine. In what ways does an online magazine facilitate activism? How do you hope readers navigate and leverage the new platform? It’s like the Washington Post’s masthead says, “Democracy dies in the dark.” Movements, manifestos, research, reportage — those … Continue reading »

Adlerians React to White Supremacy Violence in Charlottesville
Adlerian Leaders / News / Social Issues

Adlerians React to White Supremacy Violence in Charlottesville

Adler University’s mission is to advance social justice. Our institution has consistently taken a stand against the kind of injustice seen in the past week’s events in Charlottesville, Virginia — From our iconoclast Alfred Adler denouncing Nazis in the early 1930s; to our founder, Rudolf Dreikurs, writing about issues of inequality in the 1970s; to our president, Raymond Crossman, … Continue reading »

Refugees Remind Us ‘Surrendering is Not an Option’
Social Issues / Students

Refugees Remind Us ‘Surrendering is Not an Option’

Marisol Bucio is a current Adler University student pursuing a master’s degree in clinical mental health. She works with refugees in Chicago, and was selected this past spring for the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program led by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Bucio will receive funding and training to facilitate her education and service to underserved minority populations. … Continue reading »

Sport & Health Psych Playbook: Addressing Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) in the NFL
Students

Sport & Health Psych Playbook: Addressing Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) in the NFL

Josh Zettel is a second-year Adler University student pursuing a master’s degree in counseling with a specialization in sport and health psychology. A recent report confirmed what health professionals have long considered among the most serious concerns about contact sports: All but one athlete in a group of former NFL players who had donated their brains … Continue reading »

Together, Let’s Fill the Resources Void for Young Adults With Autism
Social Issues / Students

Together, Let’s Fill the Resources Void for Young Adults With Autism

Alice McCutcheon is a third-year clinical doctoral student in Adler University’s Psy.D. program. Her studies center on child and youth psychology and neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism. My journey helping children diagnosed as autistic began in 2009. I was an undergraduate English and psychology student at Otterbein University. First, I began working with children who were facing Autism … Continue reading »

Hard-Earned Ultra-Marathon Lessons Are Not Left at the Finish Line
Students

Hard-Earned Ultra-Marathon Lessons Are Not Left at the Finish Line

Emma Hart is a first-year Adler University student pursuing a master’s degree in counseling with a specialization in sport and health psychology. She recently reflected on her journey training for, and completing an ultra-marathon. Goal setting and decision-making are two vital mental skills; both in sport, and in life. After I decided to run a 100-kilometer … Continue reading »

Making ‘Cents’ of Financial Aid: FAQs About Deferring Student Loans
Financial Aid

Making ‘Cents’ of Financial Aid: FAQs About Deferring Student Loans

David Nelson is Adler University’s director of financial aid. His office helps students understand options for financing their education, such as student loans, and offers counselors for both phone and in-person consultations. In the Office of Financial Aid, we are all too familiar with the confusion, challenges and time commitments facing students who are trying … Continue reading »