What the ‘Health’ Drives Trump’s Repeal and Replace Goal for the Affordable Care Act?
Academic Programs / In The Classroom / Social Justice

What the ‘Health’ Drives Trump’s Repeal and Replace Goal for the Affordable Care Act?

David Louridas is an Adler University student pursuing a master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration. He applies the knowledge gained through his program to modern human rights issues (in this case, access to health care). In a 2011 interview with CNSNews, then-TV personality Donald Trump was quoted affirming, “It starts with increasing competition between … … Continue reading »

Become an ‘Inclusion Rider’ for People With Disabilities
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Become an ‘Inclusion Rider’ for People With Disabilities

Mary Drout, Ph.D., is the director of the Master of Arts in Counseling: Rehabilitation Counseling program offered through Adler University’s Chicago Campus. The program prepares clinicians to improve the quality of life for individuals who face physical, developmental and emotional challenges associated with disabilities.   At the 2018 Oscars, Francis McDormand highlighted the term “inclusion … Continue reading »

Finding Your Inner Wonder Woman May Not be as Complicated as You Think
Academic Programs / Social Justice

Finding Your Inner Wonder Woman May Not be as Complicated as You Think

Cali Burke is a first-year Adler University Chicago campus student in the Master of Arts in Counseling: Sport and Health Psychology program. In March, she and her cohort are celebrating “Unity and Sport” — a month dedicated to encouraging cohesiveness throughout the university community. Below, she shares her thoughts on the female empowerment portrayed in 2017 blockbuster hit, … Continue reading »

Becoming a Social Change Agent: Top 5 Tips for Your Graduate Admission Interview Day
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Becoming a Social Change Agent: Top 5 Tips for Your Graduate Admission Interview Day

Under the thoughtful guidance of our admissions counselors, hopeful Adler University students embark on a journey that includes informational sessions, email exchanges, applications, phone calls and more. Among the most critical aspects of the screening process to select our future socially responsible practitioners – and one of the final steps – is interview day. But, what … Continue reading »

Growth, Demand and Challenges Make Timing Opportune to Earn a Nonprofit Degree
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Growth, Demand and Challenges Make Timing Opportune to Earn a Nonprofit Degree

Leslie Starsoneck is the director for the master of arts in nonprofit management program through Adler University’ online campus. The nonprofit sector has rapidly grown during the past decade. Today, it employs the third-largest labor force in the U.S., and is a major structural and economic force abroad. Demand — and opportunity — continues to … Continue reading »

Marxian Insights on Colin Kaepernick, Human Rights
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Marxian Insights on Colin Kaepernick, Human Rights

David Louridas is an Adler University student pursuing a master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration. Here, he applies his teachings to current events centered on modern human rights issues. “Society does not consist of individuals, but expresses the sum of interrelations, the relations within which these individuals stand.” The legacy of Karl Marx reflected … Continue reading »

Adler Displays Place Setting for One, Table for All to Honor Military POWs and MIAs
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Adler Displays Place Setting for One, Table for All to Honor Military POWs and MIAs

The tradition of setting a separate table in honor of U.S. military prisoners of war and missing comrades has been in place since the end of the Vietnam War. Members of Adler University’s Military Psychology Student Organization and its related programs followed the custom in advance of Veterans Day on Saturday, Nov. 11. They arranged … Continue reading »