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Creating Virtual Connections for Veterans

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Stories | 07.07.20

The Impact of COVID-19 on Chicago’s Black Communities

The Adler University Center for Diversity and Inclusion, with support from the Chicago Campus Diversity and Inclusion Committee, recently hosted a three-part Common Hour series about the impact of COVID-19 on Chicago’s Black communities.

Stories | 06.19.20

Juneteenth Announcement and Playlist for Transcendence and Liberation

In recognition of Juneteenth, the Chicago Campus Diversity & Inclusion Committee put together information and resources for reflection and celebration. They also announced Adler University’s decision to acknowledge June 19 as an official University holiday.

Stories | 05.19.20

Addressing the Rising Risk of Domestic Abuse

Danielle Kokochak, an Online Campus Master of Arts in Psychology student, is designing a resource to address the rising risk of domestic abuse during the pandemic.

Stories | 05.19.20

Creating Virtual Connections for Veterans

Denise Dailey, M.A. ’16, a Chicago Campus Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) student, is helping veterans in transitional housing on Chicago’s West Side stay connected during the pandemic through telehealth services.

Stories | 05.19.20

Helping Vulnerable Youth Cope During the Pandemic

Christian Filice, a Vancouver Campus Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) student, is creating online wellness tools and art activities to help vulnerable youth cope with anxiety during the pandemic.

Stories | 05.18.20

Highlighting the Importance of Socially Just Public Policy

Adler University Chicago Campus professors, Joseph E. Troiani, Ph.D., and Valerie Werner, Ph.D., offer insight on how public policy affects citizens and communities—especially during a global health crisis.

Stories | 05.06.20

Nurturing and Strengthening Relationships Under Challenging Conditions

Adler University Chicago Campus faculty and students share advice for maintaining strong relationships—as couples, as parents, and across generations—during the pandemic.

Stories | 04.29.20

Sharing “Unspoken Truths” About Male Sexual Abuse to Break Stigma

Adler University Vancouver Campus graduate Kelli Palfy, M.A. ‘11, recently published a resource for male victims of sexual abuse and their supporters. She hopes “to reduce the isolation and the shame” that victims can feel.“

Stories | 04.28.20

Advocating for COVID-19 Prevention and Protection in Prisons

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Larry Barrett, Program Assistant for the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice at Adler University, has been at the forefront of daily activism to help protect Illinois prisoners.

Stories | 04.21.20

Promoting Activity and Wellness During Shelter-in-Place

Chicago Campus Master of Science in Sport and Human Performance program faculty and students have stepped up to offer guidance and tips for staying well physically and mentally while we practice social distancing.

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