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Dr. Crossman Talks to Chronicle of Higher Education about Trump's Destructive Tactics

In the Media | 03.03.17

The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed higher education thought leaders from across the country, including Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., about the Trump administration’s “implicit battle with higher education.”

Dr. Crossman shared concerns ranging from President Trump’s rhetoric about violence in Chicago to his approach to LGBTQ rights. A psychologist, family therapist and co-founder of LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education, Dr. Crossman says higher education institutions may be impacted by Trump’s approach to many crucial issues, including human rights.

Read more about his perspective in “Trump’s Wild Ride” in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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