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Lisa Coleman, Ph.D., named president of Adler University

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Stories | 04.16.24

In finding Adler’s next leader, Trustee Nicola Idehen is confident search committee made the best choice

While serving as the Board’s vice chair, Idehen was given a significant task — leading the Presidential Search Committee and its quest to find Adler University’s next leader.

Stories | 04.03.24

Day in the Life: Psy.D. student helps families access autism spectrum disorder assessment services

Working with neurodiverse children and adolescents has always been a dream of mine, and I never expected to get this type of hands-on experience so early in my career. So, what’s a day in the life of a doctoral student at a practicum site such as this one?

Stories | 03.19.24

On the power of higher education, Trustee Eddie Phillips speaks from experience

“My goal is always to ensure Adler remains a competitive institution and ensure every student can accomplish their educational goals and proudly walk across the stage at commencement,” he said. “Education can change lives. I know this from experience.”

Stories | 03.11.24

Meet the Team: Communications

From expanding the University’s reach through media relations and social media to developing editorial and brand guidelines, it’s been a busy year for the Communications staff — one of the newest teams created at the University.

Stories | 03.07.24

‘There’s more I can do’: Joy MacPhail MPPA Leadership Scholarship recipient seeks to make more significant impact

In the six months since coming to Adler University, Kemmy Uwaya has already made her mark in the Vancouver community. For this, she was awarded the second annual MPPA Leadership Scholarship.

Stories | 02.27.24

From theory to practice: Sport and human performance course shows how people gain, improve skills

Motor learning and skill acquisition, in layman’s terms, explores and breaks down how people gain new skills and improve performance — from riding a bike and kicking a soccer ball to walking down a busy sidewalk.

Stories | 02.20.24

‘Taking care of our caregivers’: Partnership with Providence expands mental health support

Recognizing the pressing needs of health care workers, Providence Health Care is prioritizing mental health services for its employees through an innovative partnership with Adler University to provide support.

Stories | 02.15.24

Adler students address need for more cultural competency training in mental health care for Arab/MENA clients

The chapter provides culturally appropriate considerations for clinicians working with the Arab/MENA population. Readers are able to conceptualize Arab/MENA demographics and cultural variations, along with gaining a clear understanding of the history and identities that comprise the population.

Stories | 02.07.24

About a third of employees have faced bullying at work – here’s how to recognize and deal with it

You’d call the police if a stranger in public did what many bullies at work get away with. 2 researchers who study workplace violence describe the widespread phenomenon.

Stories | 02.05.24

Transforming trauma into stories of hope, healing, and resistance

We can leverage the healing powers of the creative self to help trauma survivors heal and become agents of healing in their communities. I know this because, 20 years ago, I shared a single poem that ignited a decade-long global social justice movement exploring and harnessing the transformative and healing power of art.

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