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Adler University receives federal grant to expand undergraduate program for incarcerated individuals


In the Media | 01.27.23

Looking into the CIA's Operation Midnight Climax: Associate Professor shares insight

Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., associate professor of clinical psychology and founding director of Adler’s Military Psychology Program, and retired military intelligence officer, offers insight in a How It Works article about the ethics of dosing unwitting men with LSD. Read the full article.

In the Media | 01.25.23

President Ray Crossman featured in Times Higher Education

Adler University President Ray Crossman, Ph.D., was recently featured by Times Higher Education with a podcast interview and feature article. Times Higher Education interviewed Dr. Crossman for its podcast, THE Campus, during which he shared his experience of being an out president and encourages others to be their true self on the job, warts and […]

In the Media | 01.03.23

NBC Nightly News spotlights University partnership with Chicago-based After School Matters

In December of 2022, the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, met with After School Matters and Adler Community Health Services to see firsthand the work happening in Chicago to alleviate the youth mental health crisis and to glean input on how the programs can be replicated for other communities. As part of the visit, […]

In the Media | 12.20.22

Adler professor shares insight on when parents should discuss make-believe with their children

Adjunct Faculty Wendy Kovacs Cortes, Ph.D., LMFT, offers insight in a Yahoo! Life article about children and make-believe – how it provides long-term mental health and academic benefits. Read the full article.

In the Media | 11.30.22

Food for Thought: Adler alumnus discusses neurogastronomy with CNN’s Sanjay Gupta

Adler alumnus Dan Han, Psy.D., speaks with Dr. Sanjay Gupta on how neurogastronomy can train people to gravitate toward healthier and more sustainable food.

In the Media | 11.18.22

Postpartum depression in men: Adler professor shares insight and potential symptoms

Postpartum depression can occur in men and often looks different than in mothers. Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., L.M.F.T., the clinical training director for couple and family therapy at Adler, shares insight in a Giddy article on what paternal postpartum depression is and its symptoms. Read the full article.

In the Media | 10.17.22

Grieving the end of a relationship: Adler professor shares insight for moving on after a breakup

In an Oct. 13 article in PsychCentral, Adler University associate professor Cadmona Hall, Ph.D., offers some insight when processing the end of a relationship.

In the Media | 10.14.22

What Is Perinatal OCD? Adler professor and perinatal mental health expert explains

Dr. Diamond highlights the signs and symptoms of P-OCD, which affects 7% to 11% of women during the perinatal period, and the effective medication and non-medication approaches its treatment.

In the Media | 09.16.22

Domestic Violence Prevention Awareness Month event features Adler doctoral candidate

Rachel D. Miller will be the keynote speaker of “One Thing: Speak Up, Speak Out.”

In the Media | 09.02.22

Adler, University of Illinois Chicago survey paints perception of Chicago police

A recent article in the Chicago Tribune highlights data from a recent study conducted by Adler University and the University of Illinois Chicago.

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