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Marla Vannucci, Ph.D., Chicago Campus Associate Professor discussed the reality that drastic change in 2021 will not come in a short time frame, and shared coping strategies for managing uncertainty.
Samantha Coleman, Ph.D., Online Campus Faculty and Director of the Student Experience and Academic Advising and Sandria Washington, who together founded a podcast to amplify Black adoptee voices, discussed normalizing adoption in the Black community.
Joshua R. Wolff, Ph.D., who teaches for the Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program in Chicago, was recently interviewed by Psychology Today on the importance of psychology in addressing social issues in the face of COVID-19.
Megan Hasselroth, M.A. ’16, was interviewed by NPR about her role as Executive Director of Lead(h)er, a nonprofit mentoring program focused on career and community development for women.
The Community Restorative Justice Hubs, a partner of the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice at Adler University, recently launched a public awareness campaign to share how investing in restorative justice can improve the health and well-being of communities.
Chicago Campus Assistant Professor Rabiatu Barrie, Ph.D., recently joined conversations related to her research focused on the empowerment and healing of Black boys and young men.
Elena Quintana, Ph.D., Executive Director for the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice, joined WBEZ’s Reset to talk about the need to view violence as a public health issue rather than a criminal justice problem.
Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., will be honored as one of the 2020 inductees to the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame during a virtual ceremony in October. Inductees are recognized for their significant contributions to the well-being of Chicago’s LGBTQ community.
Marina Bluvshtein, Ph.D., Executive Director for the Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship at Adler University, discussed community mental health and the effects of community violence, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice (IPSSJ) at Adler University joined other criminal justice advocacy organizations in calling for the suspension of housing limits for registrants, which disproportionately affect Black men.