Adler University is proud to announce Dr. Neal Rubin, an Adler Chicago Clinical Psychology faculty member, has been recognized as an Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award Winner and PROSE Award Finalist for his editing contribution to the book, “The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights.”
The Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award is presented to authors and editors of books that make large contributions to psychology. Additionally, Dr. Rubin’s book was named a PROSE Award finalist by the Association of American Publishers, an award celebrating those who have made landmark works and significant advancements in their respective fields. “The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights,” is a handbook exploring how the field of psychology can address some of the world’s most pressing issues. Through research from psychology experts, the book dives into future uses of psychological theory, education, evidence-based research and best practices.
Dr. Neal Rubin is a faculty member for Adler University’s Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology program. Rubin trains clinical psychologists to become socially responsible clinicians in their communities and around the globe. Adler University is honored to have Dr. Rubin as a member of our faculty. Congratulations to Dr. Rubin on these recognitions!