Reunion

  
   
 Reunion 2014.

 

 

Reunion 2014.

Alumni Reunion 2014-Chicago

The Adler School welcomed more than 325 alumni, recent graduates, faculty, staff, and guests to this annual celebration in Chicago on Saturday, October 18.

President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., began the program with congratulations for the 2014 graduates, and warm greetings to the over 35 alumni in the audience. In addition to recognizing our newest alumni, the class of 2014, this year’s Reunion also honored the classes of 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, and 2009. Dr. Crossman thanked the Reunion class captains for their commitment to supporting this tradition, and encouraged the newest alumni to stay connected to their alma mater.

Andres Zayas M.A. ’06, president of the Adler School Alumni Board, presented the Outstanding Alumni Awards that were selected by the Adler School Alumni Board:

Jolene C. Harbaugh, M.A. ’95, Psy.D. ’99
Jennifer Bassin, M.A. ’08

Douglas Craig, Psy.D., Core Faculty, presented the Bill Powers Award for excellence in Police Psychology to Stuart Zeigler M.A. ’14. Terri Powers, widow of Bill Powers, was present at the event, and spoke movingly about how much the Adler School and the Police Psychology program meant to both her and Bill.

See photos from our event in our Flickr gallery.

Reunion Reception

Following the Reunion Reception, 40 guests joined Dr. Raymond Crossman, Dr. Harold Mosak and Dr. Judy Sutherland for an intimate dinner at the University Club of Chicago. Alumni heard from Dr. Crossman and Kevin Goldberg, a current Psy.D. student and the president of Adler Student Government.

Vancouver Reunion-2014

The Adler School, Vancouver Campus welcomed over 40 alumni, recent graduates, faculty, staff, and guests to their Annual New Graduate and Alumni Reception on October 30.

President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D. and Vancouver Campus Dean, Dr. Larry Axelrod, began by welcoming all in attendance, including over 20 alumni, and congratulated the 2014 graduates on their achievements, encouraging them to stay connected to the School. They added to the celebratory atmosphere by talking about the upcoming name change and the plans for a new location for the Vancouver Campus in Fall 2016, highlighting how these exciting changes are evidence of the growth and success of the School, as supported by our alumni.

Dr. Axelrod presented the Vancouver Outstanding Alumni Award, as selected by the Adler School Alumni Board, to Deb Bailey, M.A. '90.

 Be on the lookout for a date for the 2015 Reunion – we hope to see you next year!