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Chronicle of Higher Ed Talks to
 Dr. Crossman About Why He
 Disclosed His HIV Status 03.14.17
Chronicle of Higher Ed Talks to
Dr. Crossman About Why He
Disclosed His HIV Status
03.14.17

As a follow-up to his essay published in Salon Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., was recently interviewed by The Chronicle of Higher Education about why he disclosed his HIV status and what he hopes will happen as a result. Read more:

Disclosing HIV Status, Adler U. Chief Strikes Empathic Chord With Marginalized Groups

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