Info Apply Share

Request Information

You need a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution to enroll in Adler University programs.

Okay

In the Media | 06.14.19

Campaign for Social Justice Event Featured in the Vancouver Sun

Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Janet Austin attended one of two events for Adler University’s Campaign for Social Justice, a dinner atop the Rennie Museum in Vancouver, along with Chair of the Adler University Board of Trustees Joy MacPhail. The Campaign for Social Justice, the University’s first comprehensive campaign, supports the institution’s premier graduate education for students who want to lead social change, with an emphasis on increasing student scholarships.

“Students, faculty, and administration are fortunate to participate in a learning culture [that] not only values real-life community engagement, but also requires it,” said Lt. Gov. Austin of Adler’s mission to encourage its students to work to advance social justice.

Read more about the campaign event in the article, “Town Talk,” published in the Vancouver SunOttawa Citizen, and on Canada.com

Related Stories

Dr. Troiani Discusses with NPR Illinois How Opioid Use Can Increase Risk of Suicide

Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., a licensed clinical drug counselor and a professor at Adler University’s Online Campus, was featured in an NPR Illinois story discussing the relationship between opioid use and suicide.

Learn More

Dr. Migalski Featured in Chicago Magazine for Activism

In April of 1990, Adler University professor and LGBTQ activist Steven Migalski, Psy.D., participated in the National AIDS Action for Healthcare, one of the biggest AIDS demonstrations in history.

Learn More

Vancouver Alumna Presents on Faith as a Source of Healing

Adler University Vancouver alumna Salima Versi presented, “’My religion is not for self-harm’: Faith as a source of healing in instances of spiritual abuse”

Learn More