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From Istanbul to APA:
Changing the Narrative
For Immigrant Women

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Stories | 04.27.22

Changing Perspectives and Advancing Social Justice in the Pacific Northwest

Taking action of his own, what started as a vision has come to light, earning Clay one of Adler University’s most coveted honors, the Alfred Adler Social Justice Award.

Stories | 04.14.22

From Istanbul to APA: Changing the Narrative for Immigrant Women

When Tuzun started studying psychology in 2009, she was more than 5,000 miles away from Adler University. After one giant leap of courage, a school transfer, and five years of refining her research, her hard work paid off.

Stories | 03.29.22

Ukraine at Home: Talking to Children About War 

As the world watches unprovoked attacks on Ukraine, it is imperative adults are equipped with the right tools to speak with children. While there’s no one-size-fits-all approach, Marina Bluvshtein offers advice to help with these challenging conversations.  

Stories | 03.21.22

New eBook Brings Community Psychology to Life in the Classroom

While traditional textbooks have a multitude of theories, Geraldine Palmer, Ph.D., saw the need for real examples of community psychology in action. As an experienced community psychologist herself, she decided to make one of her own.

Stories | 03.14.22

Paving the Way for Intentional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in River Forest

For Bachner, 2020 provided a unique opportunity to build diversity, equity, and inclusion within her community.

Stories | 03.08.22

Environmental Justice: Finding Solutions for the Intersection of Environmental and Social Issues

While environmental hazards have an impact on us all, their effects are often intensified for those with the most needs in our communities – and although climate change, health inequities, economic challenges, and social inequalities may seem to be separate entities, for Celeste Greene, Ph.D., they’re more connected than we might think.

Stories | 12.21.21

Adler University Alum Receives APA 2021 Presidential Citation

Each year, the American Psychological Association (APA) awards recipients for their continued contributions to the world of psychology. This year, Adler University Chicago alum Dr. Hideko Sera received the 2021 Presidential Citation for her leadership in the psychology education and training community and her longstanding commitment to mentorship, scholarship, and advocacy to advance equity, diversity and inclusion in higher education.

Stories | 12.20.21

Dr. Crossman Joins the Institute of Medicine of Chicago as a Regular Fellow

The Institute of Medicine of Chicago (IOMC) has invited Adler University President, Dr. Raymond Crossman, to join the organization as a Regular Fellow. The Institute of Medicine of Chicago is an independent organization of distinguished leaders in the health field who collaborate to improve public health, accessible health care, healthcare equity, and the wellbeing of […]

Stories | 12.20.21

Adler Vancouver Executive Dean Bradley O’Hara Reappointed to The Degree Quality Assessment Board of British Columbia

Adler University is proud to announce the reappointment of Adler Vancouver Executive Dean Bradley O’Hara to The Degree Quality Assessment Board of British Columbia. Appointed by the Honourable Anne Kang, Minister of Advanced Education, Dr. O’Hara will continue to serve the Board alongside 12 post-secondary leaders in the province. The Degree Quality Assessment Board is […]

Stories | 12.09.21

Adler Vancouver Graduate Named CEO of Executive Search Firm

Kelli Vukelic, a 2018 Adler Vancouver graduate, welcomes her new role as Chief Executive Officer at N2Growth, a global executive search firm. Executive search firms like N2Growth support organizations in the recruitment of Board and C-suite roles based on their clients’ needs and organizational structure. Vukelic is no novice to executive search firms – she’s […]

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