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Creating Virtual Connections for Veterans

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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.

Stories | 04.15.20

Adapting, Learning, and Leading During a Crisis

Online Campus faculty and staff offer guidance for how individuals and organizations, who are able to during this time, can adapt to virtual work, stay connected, and provide leadership to ensure individual, organizational, and community health.

Stories | 03.27.20

How We Can Work Together—Remotely

For those who can work from home during this time, Michelle Dennis, Ph.D., MATD, Chair of the Leadership and Applied Psychology Department in the Online Campus, shares advice from her team.

Stories | 03.25.20

Finding Connection and Community While Social Distancing

In the spirit of social interest, our experts have offered advice for maintaining community and connection in a virtual world.

Stories | 03.06.20

Combating Misdiagnoses and Marginalization of Women on the Autism Spectrum

Dana Waters, Psy.D. ’00, ABPP, created the AWAKE PROJECT to educate and advocate for autistic women and girls. A clinical psychologist, Waters shares how her time at Adler University contributed to her passion for autism advocacy.

Stories | 03.02.20

The SJP Experience: Making Diversity More Accessible

Jessica Thompson, an Online Campus student in the Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology program, is completing her SJP at Next Step Ministries, Inc., an organization in Woodstock, Georgia that offers day programs for people with developmental delays.

Stories | 02.04.20

The SJP Experience: Helping Create a Safe and Empowering Space for Youth

At Adler University, first-year students work with community organizations as intern advocates to help advance social justice.

Stories | 01.27.20

The SJP Experience: Helping Migrant Workers Fight for Their Rights

At Adler University, first-year students work with community organizations as intern advocates to help advance social justice.

Stories | 12.18.19

Helping Patients Feel Seen Through Art Therapy

Nelly Jimenez, M.A., a graduate of the Master of Arts in Counseling: Art Therapy program in Chicago, is an in-patient and outpatient art therapist at Riverside Healthcare in Kankakee, Illinois. Jimenez developed the medical group’s first art therapy program, serving a wide range of patients from pediatric to geriatric.

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