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‘Building Community for Social Justice’ celebrations raise $160K for the Adler Opportunity Scholarship Endowment

Momentum to continue on Give Day, to be held May 23-24


In the Media | 05.22.24

Workplace besties: How to build relationships at work while staying professional

For young people in their 20s, the workplace is an ideal place to connect and make friends. Here’s how to make the most of these relationships.

University News | 05.22.24

Adler University Granted Renewal of Consent from the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills

The Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills granted Adler University a renewal of consent to use the term “University” in British Columbia, Canada.

University News | 05.21.24

‘Building Community for Social Justice’ celebrations raise $160K for the Adler Opportunity Scholarship Endowment

The momentum gained from these recent celebratory events will only continue to grow during this year’s Giving Day, scheduled for May 23-24.

University News | 05.20.24

Adler community honors its standout members with social justice, distinguished alum, appreciation awards

The recipients of this year’s Alfred Adler Social Justice Awards, President’s Appreciation Awards, and the Distinguished Alum Awards were honored during the “Building Community for Social Justice: Celebration 20 Years of Adler University’s Growth and Gemeinschaftgefühl” event, held on May 9 on the Chicago Campus and May 16 on the Vancouver Campus.

University News | 05.15.24

Adler University president receives honorary degree from Columbia College Chicago

Columbia College Chicago recognized President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., with an honorary Doctor of Arts degree, honoris causa, at its commencement ceremony on May 12, underscoring his enduring impact and leadership in higher education.

Stories | 05.14.24

Day in the Life: Psy.D. student helps inmates receive psychological assessments, get much-needed treatment

The Psy.D. program at Adler includes an assessment practicum, where students receive hands-on training in how to conduct psychological assessments required to make diagnoses.

University News | 05.10.24

Adler University names Dr. Cheryl Richardson as inaugural associate vice president for faculty affairs

The new role will be dedicated to supporting the development and training of faculty across the University’s Chicago, Vancouver, and online campuses.

Stories | 05.07.24

Removing the ICE: An answer to veteran suicide and successful reintegration into civilian life

In 2020, I figured out what I believe is a significant root cause of veteran suicide and the difficulty veterans have transitioning out of the military culture and thriving in the civilian culture.

University News | 05.06.24

For his trailblazing work, President Crossman receives Visionary Award from Haymarket Center

With the Visionary Award, the organization recognized Dr. Crossman’s leadership in transforming and growing Adler University as an institution focused on social justice.

Stories | 04.30.24

Cultural competency in sports: Course challenges students to discuss today’s most significant topics

The objective: to help students — many of whom are future performance consultants — become more culturally competent and better understand how systemic issues may affect an athlete or performer.

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