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University News | 09.15.21

Recognizing Latin, Latinx, Hispanic Heritage Month

This month, Adler University celebrates the heritage, independence and contributions of those from more than twenty Spanish-speaking countries including Mexico and those in the Caribbean and Central and South America during Latin, Latinx, Hispanic Heritage Month. We recognize Latin, Latinx, Hispanic Heritage Month during a 30-day period because many Latin America countries celebrate the anniversary […]

In the Media | 09.13.21

Board Chair, Joy MacPhail, pens new op-ed in the Vancouver Sun, addressing affordable housing solutions in British Columbia

Joy MacPhail, Chair of the Adler University Board of Trustees, has remained a strong advocate for affordable housing across British Columbia. Earlier this year, MacPhail chaired the expert panel on the Future of Housing Supply, offering recommendations to create more affordable housing options across the province. Last week, Joy MacPhail stressed the importance of tackling […]

University News | 08.27.21

Board Chair Joy MacPhail Receives Title of Living Legend, Awarded by Business in Vancouver

Joy MacPhail, chair of the Adler University Board of Trustees, was honored this week as one of Business in Vancouver’s (BIV) 500 influential business leaders in British Columbia. She is among 13 recipients in the “Living Legends” category, and one of two women who have achieved the title this year. BC500 recognizes leaders who have […]

Stories | 08.19.21

Working to Advance Social Change and Environmental Justice

Vancouver Campus student Laurianne da Cruz has a strong interest in animal welfare and environmental justice. She shares her recent experience participating in the World Wildlife Fund’s Designing Change for a Living Planet 2021and her passion for social change.

University News | 08.17.21

Dr. Osten-Garner Appointed to Join Health Resources and Services Administration Committee

Kevin Osten-Garner, Psy.D., Executive Director of Adler Community Health Services, will join the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Advisory Committee on Interdisciplinary, Community-Based Linkages.

In the Media | 08.05.21

Dr. Vaughn Shares Advice for Dissertation Writing on the No Margins Podcast

Marsha Vaughn, Ph.D., Professor for the Chicago Campus Couple and Family Therapy department, shares how she guides students through the dissertation and clinical writing process.

In the Media | 07.28.21

Dr. Quintana Joins Teachers’ Lounge Podcast to Discuss Higher Education in Prison

Elena Quintana, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice, joined the “Teachers’ Lounge” podcast to discuss the development of a new bachelors-level program in Applied Psychology offered virtually by Adler University’s Online Campus at Big Muddy River Correctional Center in Illinois.

Stories | 07.20.21

Navigating Through Life Transitions with Hope, Community, and Resilience

Tricia-Kay Williams, M.A. ’18, a registered clinical counselor and owner of Metamorphose Counseling, created the Meta Transitions interview series and podcast to share honest and open conversations, tips, and hope for resilience and transformation.

University News | 07.19.21

Adler University Joins Call for U.S. Senate to Pass DREAM Act of 2021

Adler University has joined the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, the American Business Immigration Coalition, and more than 400 higher education, business, faith, and civic leaders across the U.S. in a letter to Senate Leaders Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell urging support for the DREAM Act of 2021.

University News | 07.15.21

President Crossman Chairs Panel on LGBTQ Leadership in Higher Education

Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D. is a founding member of the LGTBQ Presidents in Higher Education, an organization committed to advocacy for the rights of LGBTQ people, inside and outside of the of higher ed. He joined the organization’s LGBTQ Leadership institute this summer and chaired the panel discussion on LGBTQ Leadership in Higher Education on June 18.

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