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Influencing policy: Adler student seeks to impact two City of Chicago programs


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.

In the Media | 08.29.22

What will abortion restrictions mean for mental health? Adler expert weighs in

Adler University assistant professor and clinical training director Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., authored a piece in The Conversation exploring the psychological harms new abortion restrictions pose. It has been picked up by multiple outlets, including: Yahoo Salon She The People San Antonio Express-News Maine Beacon Chronicle-Tribune The Buffalo News The News-Times MedicalXpress Philippine Canadian Inquirer Roanoke […]

In the Media | 08.26.22

Essay from President Crossman’s book offers insights on presidential success

The Chronicle of Higher Education published an essay adapted from “LGBTQ Leadership in Higher Education,” a new book edited by Adler President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D. The essay, written by Karen M. Whitney, Ed.D., president emerita of Clarion University, offers insights that can help college presidents succeed. Read the article here.

In the Media | 08.22.22

How do you close the exercise gap? Sports and Human Performance assistant professor weighs in

Dr. Shigeno shared her insights with Livestrong on the need for free programs in schools and how to overcome other barriers to equitable access.

In the Media | 08.10.22

Adler University professor discusses mental health benefits of psychoactive drugs

In the Aug. 8 episode of Illinois Public Media’s The 21st Show, Geoff Bathje, Ph.D., Adler University associate professor in clinical mental health counseling, was among the guests to discuss the use of psychoactive drugs to treat anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Listen to the interview here.

In the Media | 08.02.22

President Crossman discusses LGBTQ leadership in the Times Higher Education

In an Aug. 2 article in the Times Higher Education, President Raymond Crossman, Ph.D., offers his perspectives in growing up gay and how those life experiences offer lessons that ultimately help LGBTQ leaders navigate the world of higher education. Read the full article here.

In the Media | 07.11.22

Joseph Troiani joins Beyond the Beltway to discuss ramifications of Highland Park shooting

Dr. Troiani offers a different perspective on gun violence and mental health.

In the Media | 07.08.22

Assistant Professor Rachel Diamond Provides Expertise on Supporting Partners after Birth

Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., LMFT, shares with Giddy how partners can support their loved ones after welcoming a baby.

In the Media | 06.14.22

Tricia-Kay Williams (’18) Named one of Passion Vista's 2022 Women Leaders to Lookup To

Currently a resident of British Columbia, Canada, Williams earned her master’s in couselling psychology from Adler University in 2018.

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