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In the Media | 10.25.18

Adler Graduate and Faculty Member Receives Illinois Bicentennial Honor

Blake Schroedter, Psy.D. ’16, was named to the “Bicentennial Honor 200” list, part of the Illinois Bicentennial celebration. Schroedter was among 200 veterans in Illinois named to the list for going “above and beyond in serving their fellow veterans and their communities.”

Schroedter, who is an adjunct faculty member for the Online Campus’ military psychology program, helped start The Road Home project in Effingham, which serves men and women in Central Illinois returning from military service.

Read the Effingham Daily News story, “2 area veterans on ‘Honor 200’ list.”

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