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The first is to find ways to expand awareness and access to the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). The second, advocate for continuing funding of a program that aids new mothers and improves maternal and infant health outcomes.
Discussing some key topics before – or even after – they move in together can help couples successfully navigate this step.
“I am deeply honored to receive this recognition and in turn hope to do justice to this award by continuing to advocate for human rights and dignity in our field and in our global society.”
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, thank you to Dr. Crossman for 20 years of extraordinary leadership.
Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., announced today he will step down at the end of the next academic year. He has served as the University’s sixth president since 2003 and is one of the longest-serving university presidents in the U.S. and Canada. “It has been an honor to serve the University for 20 […]
“What I hope the decision-makers at the VA consider in my findings are the factors that influence readmission rates,” Naiomi Rivera-Rivera said.
Next year will be my 20th serving as the president of Adler University. My longevity in the position and the natural rhythms of the University have led me to believe that now is the time for me to step aside to make way for Adler’s seventh president.
Pamela Kaye Tuazon, a second-year international student, received the $10,000 scholarship on International Women’s Day — March 8 — during the inaugural Joy MacPhail Women’s Leadership Showcase, which seeks to support and promote the next generation of women leaders.
Narcissistic abuse in relationships can take the form of extreme emotional abuse. Yet both the victim and the abuser may have difficulty recognizing it.
As part of a series of initiatives to better engage alums, the Adler University Alumni Association relaunched its Alumni Council, which held an initial meeting on Jan. 26 — its first in about five years.