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


University News | 02.14.24

2024 Joy MacPhail Women’s Leadership Showcase highlights importance of leading during challenging times

Aptly themed “Leading in Challenging Times,” the annual gathering of inspiring leaders, students of the Joy MacPhail Master of Public Policy program, and the Vancouver community seeks to connect and celebrate the shared purpose of advancing social justice, challenging public policy, and enhancing the well-being of communities.

University News | 01.29.24

‘How is your sex life?’: Certificate program addresses need for sex therapy training

The Certificate in Sex Therapy program includes courses that challenge students’ perspectives around people’s identities and sex and, using provocative content, facilitate students’ understanding of their biases, prejudices, and beliefs.

University News | 01.24.24

‘Meet the Black Faculty and Staff’ event to highlight the state of unity, oneness

The Adler University’s Black Caucus is inviting students and colleagues to the annual “Meet the Black Faculty and Staff” event, to be held Feb. 14 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. CT in Community Hall on the Chicago Campus.

University News | 01.22.24

Meet the team: Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Students, staff, and faculty are invited to celebrate the space’s grand opening and see the Center’s vibrant new hub at room 15-100 from noon to 1:30 p.m. CST on Feb. 7.

University News | 01.16.24

Center for Diversity and Inclusion to celebrate opening of dedicated space on Chicago Campus

The Center and its team are inviting students, staff, and faculty to its grand opening from noon-1:30 p.m. CST on Feb. 7 — which also celebrates the birthday of Alfred Adler, the University’s namesake.

University News | 01.16.24

New Social Justice Practicum chair seeks revamp of flagship program

For Lance L.O. Gibbs, Ph.D., the Social Justice Practicum at Adler University is all about equipping students with the tools needed to be socially responsible practitioners in the real world.

University News | 01.10.24

Adler University and Fulbright Canada to launch the Institute for Socially Responsible Leadership and Organizational Health 

In partnership with the Foundation for Educational Exchange between Canada and the United States of America (Fulbright Canada), Adler University is launching the Institute for Socially Responsible Leadership and Organizational Health. It will provide education, training, and resources for professionals in corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations. Faculty and staff interested in developing courses for this new initiative are invited to complete this online form. 

University News | 01.05.24

Adler University to host best-selling author Robin Wall Kimmerer to discuss ‘Braiding Sweetgrass,’ decolonization of education

Adler University is welcoming best-selling author and scientist Robin Wall Kimmerer on Jan. 16 for its latest Common Book Author Talk to discuss her award-winning nonfiction book, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants.

University News | 01.04.24

New faculty: Dr. Rob Shah named core faculty for Organizational Leadership program

Rob Shah, Ph.D., is the newest core faculty member for the Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership program offered through the Adler University Online Campus. Serving as an adjunct instructor since 2020, Dr. Shah assumes his new role this month.

University News | 12.13.23

2023 Annual Report highlights Adler’s strategic plan, impact through community partnerships

Key successes featured include the allocation of $6 million in scholarships, providing over 530,000 direct service hours to communities, and fostering partnerships with 1,435 organizations striving for community transformation.

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