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In the Media | 09.18.19

Vancouver Campus Team Featured on Conscious Living Radio

Bradley O’Hara, Ph.D., Executive Dean of the Vancouver campus, Udo Erasmus, M.A. ’88, Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology student Christian Filice, and Manager of Community Action and Engagement Meghan Robinson were recently guests on Conscious Living Radio in Vancouver.

Conscious Living Radio, a program that explores alternative paradigms emerging in psychology, health, and education, airs every Wednesday on 100.5 FM in Vancouver.

In the episode, the group discussed how social justice is woven throughout Adler University’s academic programs.

“Social justice to me is not taking something from somebody else and giving it to another individual, but leveling the playing field, making services and opportunities accessible to others so they can improve their lives,” said O’Hara.

Learn more about Adler University’s mission and programs by listening to the full Conscious Living Radio episode, “Adler University: Stand for a More Just Society.

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