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From Istanbul to APA:
Changing the Narrative
For Immigrant Women


University News | 06.24.22

President Crossman Addresses Roe v. Wade, other upcoming decisions

President Crossman responds to the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade and other upcoming decisions in a message to students, faculty, and staff.

University News | 06.21.22

Kevin Osten-Garner Appointed to the Southern Regional Behavioral Health Policy Board

The Southern Regional Behavioral Health Policy Board is one of five distinct regional boards in the state of Nevada. It is composed of community leaders, health care and treatment providers, and others who facilitate collaboration focused on improving the behavioral health system in Nevada by developing a shared understanding of the behavioral health issues facing each region and allowing for more effective planning across the state.

University News | 06.10.22

Adler University Honours Joy MacPhail Through Named Public Policy Program, Scholarships

The newly named Joy MacPhail Master of Public Policy and Administration program (MPPA) is also raising funds to establish the Joy MacPhail MPPA Leadership Scholarship, the University’s first for students who identify as women, and an annual Women’s Leadership Showcase.

University News | 05.09.22

MPPA Student Leads Asian Heritage Months Events to Facilitate Understanding, Celebrate Culture

Holly Ho has worked with campus partners to develop a full slate of events for Asian Heritage Month. The Adler Student Association events are open all University students, faculty, and staff. Please scroll down to see the complete list. As technology has grown, so have the challenges it brings. Over the past few years, a […]

University News | 05.06.22

2022 Excellence in Teaching Awards

The annual Excellence in Teaching Awards Ceremony will take place on May 17 at 1 p.m. CDT. The Adler community is invited to attend the virtual event and breakout sessions from award winners Seema Saigal and Christina Biedermann.

University News | 05.02.22

Matthew Floyd Named Vice President for People and Culture

A human resources leader with over 15 years of experience in higher education, health care, and law, Floyd will lead vision, strategy, and practice to advance Adler’s mission across its Vancouver, Chicago, and Online campuses.

University News | 03.28.22

Kahan Sablo Named Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Dr. Sablo will lead the Center for Diversity and Inclusion and oversee all institutional DEI work, serving as a champion and advocate for the University’s three campuses.

University News | 03.11.22

Adler University Board of Trustees appoints Noland Joiner as Chair, Nicola Idehen as Vice Chair

The Adler University Board of Trustees elected Noland Joiner as chair and Nicola Idehen as vice chair during their quarterly meeting in February. They will both serve two-year terms.

University News | 03.07.22

Christopher Toft Named Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Toft will be responsible for spearheading initiatives to grow philanthropy at Adler through individual and corporate giving for the University’s Chicago, Vancouver, and Online campuses. He will also serve as a member of the University’s Senior Team and Cabinet.

University News | 02.22.22

2022 Alfred Adler Social Justice Award Recipients

Every year, the Adler University Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice awards members of the community who exemplify the values of world-renowned community psychologist Alfred Adler. The Alfred Adler Social Justice Awards recognize those who act as advocates and role models to impact social justice in the world while inspiring others to do the same.

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