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The theses and dissertations by Adler University Vancouver students can soon be discoverable and downloadable online through the open access database facilitated by the Library and Archives Canada.
Supported by the Adler University Vancouver Foundation, the event will be held from 9-11 a.m. PST on International Women’s Day. Registration is open through March 1.
The $889,915 federal grant allows the program to grow up to 26 students over the next three years.
The book is based on the resistance of the Mirabel sisters to the Trujillo dictatorship in the Dominican Republic during the 1950s and 1960s.
Dr. Song sees her new role as a reflection of the ongoing “One Adler” vision for the University and its campuses.
Students seeking to create impact and change the world through the expanding world of policy can enroll in the Chicago campus’ latest graduate program.
“I’m very humbled because I never saw myself accomplishing my work singularly, it has always been in collaboration with others,” she said. “I’ve always felt I was here to make a contribution.”
The donation will benefit the University’s Transforming the Curriculum Initiative, part of Adler’s Antiracism and Inclusion Plan.
The decade-long reauthorization — which is twice as long as typically granted — underscores the quality of the University’s Psy.D. program.
It is also the first time Fulbright Canada has established a chair at an institution with campuses in the U.S. and Canada.