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Fulbright Canada establishes research chair at Adler University focused on community mental health


University News | 11.28.22

Center for Diversity and Inclusion receives $40,000 grant from Fifth Third Chicagoland Foundation

The donation will benefit the University’s Transforming the Curriculum Initiative, part of Adler’s Antiracism and Inclusion Plan.

University News | 11.17.22

‘A statement of confidence’: Vancouver Campus Psy.D. program granted 10-year reconsent authorization

The decade-long reauthorization — which is twice as long as typically granted — underscores the quality of the University’s Psy.D. program.

University News | 10.18.22

Fulbright Canada establishes research chair at Adler University focused on community mental health

It is also the first time Fulbright Canada has established a chair at an institution with campuses in the U.S. and Canada.

University News | 09.28.22

2022 Commencement: Ninu Kang, Jahmal Cole to speak, receive honorary degrees

Adler University is welcoming two social justice leaders as keynote speakers for the fall commencement ceremonies.

University News | 09.23.22

Wear orange: Adler observes National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with events, speakers

Adler University is inviting students, staff, and faculty to attend several virtual events leading up to National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30.

University News | 09.15.22

University’s first Diversity Faculty Fellow develops new faculty guide to move diversity forward

Dr. Wade-Ball discusses her fellowship experience, what the Adler community can take away from the guide, and why other faculty members should consider becoming a Diversity Faculty Fellow.

University News | 08.30.22

New book offers insight on importance of queer leadership in higher education

Edited by Adler University President Raymond Crossman, Ph.D., 15 currently serving or retired LGBTQ presidents and chancellors in higher education explain why, to whom, and how LGBTQ leadership matters.

University News | 08.25.22

Adler students receive APA Interdisciplinary Minority Fellowship Program

Two Adler University students are among the recipients of this year’s American Psychological Association Interdisciplinary Minority Fellowship Program, which seeks to reduce mental health disparities among ethnic minorities in the U.S. Shinhae Oh and Jalesa Boyd — both students in the Master of Arts in Couple and Family Therapy program — were selected for the […]

University News | 08.23.22

Ryan Tobiasz named director of Forensic Mental Health Leadership

Adler University has named Ryan Tobiasz, Psy.D., the new director of its Master of Arts in Forensic Mental Health Leadership program. Prior to Adler, Dr. Tobiasz served as associate professor and department chair for the Counseling Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Washington, D.C. campus. In that role, he chaired three separate programs: […]

University News | 08.16.22

Vancouver Campus art therapy program welcomes program director, director of training

The Adler University Vancouver Campus welcomed two new faculty members to lead its Master of Counselling Psychology: Art Therapy program, a field combining the arts and psychology to improve physical, mental, and emotional well-being. The University announced in August that it named Keturah Welton, Ph.D., as program director, and Heesu “Jinnie” Jeon, Ph.D., as the […]

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