Prospective graduate students: How do you prepare for Interview Day? Michelle Tiwade, Adler University Director of Admissions in Chicago, offers these five tips.
Our impetus to divest did not come from student protests as it did on many other campuses. Instead, we recognized an opportunity to further align our University’s actions with our mission and values.
On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, to announce the Civil War had ended and all slaves were to be set free. This day, known as Juneteenth, was the last official day of slavery in the United States. While slavery ended, its mechanisms of oppression through labor are still prevalent today.
For those who are amid a job search like me, or will soon be entering one as a graduate, one of my most enthusiastic tips is to find ways to strengthen your resume and fill in gaps in your abilities and proficiencies.
Chloe Gurin-Sands is completing her field practicum at Adler’s Institute on Social Exclusion, and provides social exclusion perspective on the Chicago region’s Great Rivers project, with correlations to the ISE’s work with health impact assessment.
Presenting gave me the chance to remember why and how I came into this field. It provided me a real opportunity to teach others about what I’ve come to know from my education, internship, and professional networking.
Each year, the American Red Cross honors individuals and groups for acts of great bravery, dedication and service to the community at our Heroes Breakfast. This year I nominated Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., for his outstanding military service, his devotion to our student veteran community, and his dedication in developing Adler’s doctoral and masters programs in military psychology.