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University News | 01.20.22

Adler Student Denise Dailey Selected for APA Division 19 Society Leadership Program

Congratulations to Denise Dailey, M.A ’16, a Chicago Campus Clinical Psychology (Psy.D) student, who has been selected for the American Psychological Association (APA) Division 19 Society for Military Psychology 2022 Society Leadership Program (SLP)! Dailey is the first Adler student to be selected for the SLP.

University News | 01.10.22

Dr. Michelle Anderson Named New Director of Training for ACHS Division of Community Health Chicago

Dr. Michelle Anderson, a Clinical Faculty member for Adler Community Health Services’ (ACHS) Division of Community Health Chicago, will take on her new role as Director of Training for the department next fall.

University News | 01.05.22

Adler Chicago’s Dr. Neal Rubin Recognized as Ursua Gielen Psychology Book Award Winner and PROSE Finalist for New Book

Adler University is proud to announce Dr. Neal Rubin, an Adler Chicago Clinical Psychology faculty member, has been recognized as an Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award Winner and PROSE Award Finalist for his editing contribution to the book, “The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights.” The Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award is […]

University News | 01.05.22

Board Chair Joy MacPhail Appointed to Order of Canada

Adler University is honoured to announce Joy MacPhail, Chair of the Board of Trustees, has been appointed to the Order of Canada. In late December, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada, announced the appointment of 135 members to the Order of Canada.

University News | 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.

University News | 12.13.21

Adler University Signs Brief Supporting DACA Recipients in Texas Court Case

Adler University has signed an amicus brief in support of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipients in an ongoing Texas court case that threatens to rescind DACA protections. Adler University joins many universities and colleges in this decision, as we know the importance of educational attainment, health equity, and economic opportunities for all.

University News | 12.10.21

Adler University Recognizes Human Rights Day on December 10th

Adler University recognizes Friday, December 10th as Human Rights Day. Officially recognized by the United Nations, Human Rights Day is observed annually and commemorates the day in 1948 in which the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Drafting Committee for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights included Eleanor Roosevelt […]

University News | 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 […]

University News | 12.02.21

Dr. Stacee Reicherzer Offers Strategies to Heal One’s “Otherness” in Her New Handbook

Dr. Stacee Reicherzer, an associate professor in Adler University’s Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program, knows the feeling of being cast out. Dr. Reicherzer is a trans woman with extensive background in higher education, counseling and clinical research. Now, she’s using her lived experiences to bring “Otherness” to the forefront of her teachings.

University News | 11.22.21

2021 Graduate Addresses Vancouver Graduates at Commencement Ceremony

During the 2021 Adler Vancouver Commencement Ceremony, held on November 20, graduate Makeda Henry addressed 2020 and 2021 graduates with her speech about Imposter Syndrome and overcoming perfectionism. Makeda Henry received her Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Adler University Vancouver. Read Henry’s entire speech below. Hello, Class of 2021. It is […]

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