The Adler School campus is a lively community of learners. Philanthropic support enables the School to offer opportunities through special campaigns to enhance each student’s educational experience while offering a unique opportunity for donors who wish to honor a loved one, or offer tribute to a faculty member or mentor with a personal gift.
Two such campaigns designed to presently support student growth and satisfy the personal interests of our benefactors are the Harold and Birdie Mosak Library Campaign and the Elina Manghi Memorial Lecture and Scholarship Fund.
The Harold and Birdie Mosak Library Campaign
In November 2010, the Office for Institutional Advancement launched a special fundraising campaign to name the new campus library in honor of the School’s co-founder, Dr. Harold Mosak and his late wife, Birdie. The overall campaign is a multi-year effort to raise capital and endowment funds in the amount of $1,000,000. Learn more about the Harold and Birdie Mosak Library Campaign.
The Elina Manghi Memorial Lecture & Scholarship Fund
The Elina Manghi Memorial was established at the Adler School of Professional Psychology to honor the memory of Elina Manghi, Ph.D., a cherished colleague, and a consummate child and adolescent psychologist. Dr. Manghi was an exemplary clinician, researcher and teacher, whose compassion and generosity deeply touched everyone with whom she worked.
Established in 2012, the Elina Manghi Child and Adolescent Psychology Diversity Scholarship is designated for students entering the Child and Adolescent Psychology track within the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology program at the Adler School. The Diversity Scholarship honors Dr. Manghi’s commitment to working with underserved populations and is intended to encourage students from diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds to pursue work in the field to which Dr. Manghi dedicated her life. The fund annually will provide a $1,000 scholarship to one student from an under-represented ethnic group. The Manghi Memorial Child and Adolescent Psychology Diversity Scholarship was established through the generosity of David Katz, Ph.D., ABPP, Program Chair, Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology Program, and Core Faculty member at the Adler School.