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University News | 05.22.23

Published works by alums sought for new University Archive collection

Adler University alums with published work are encouraged to submit them for inclusion in the new University Archive’s alumni publications collection.

The purpose of the collection is to house and preserve the published works of graduates. Relevant publications sought include journal research articles, books related to mental health and social justice, and authored chapters included in compilations on those topics.

Chicago and Online alums can submit a link or citation of their work to Library and Learning Services Senior Director Ariel Orlov via email. A physical copy of the published work may also be submitted via mail to 17 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, IL.

Vancouver alums can send citations or publications to Vancouver Campus librarian Angela Doyle. A physical copy of the published work may also be submitted via mail to 520 Seymour St., Vancouver, BC V6B 3J5.

“As we celebrate the University’s 70th year and continue to approach another milestone in five years with our 75th anniversary, it’s important for the University to keep growing its collection,” Orlov said. “This is a great way to highlight what our alums have accomplished after their time at Adler.”

Submitted publications won’t be available for checkout. However, they may be showcased in future open house events held in the Chicago and Vancouver campuses.

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