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Improving police-community relations: Adler launches new public safety psychology course

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University News | 04.12.24

Forbes Advisor recognizes Adler University’s online Ph.D. program among the country’s best

Forbes Advisor named the Adler University online Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology as one of the country’s top programs. The program received recognition on both the ‘Best Online Ph.D. In Organizational Psychology Programs Of 2024’ and ‘Best Online Doctorates In Psychology Of 2024’ lists.

In the Media | 04.10.24

Adler professor shares insight on what to consider before moving in with your significant other

Kristina S. Brown, Ph.D., LMFT, chair and professor in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy, offers Southern California Public Radio insight into what to consider before you move in with your significant other.

University News | 04.10.24

From vision to action: Adler University to celebrate 20 years of social justice, impact, and community engagement

In a first-of-its-kind celebration, Adler University is inviting alums, students, faculty, staff, supporters, and friends to an inaugural event where the institution will celebrate its past achievements and highlight its ongoing community engagement efforts.

Stories | 04.03.24

Day in the Life: Psy.D. student helps families access autism spectrum disorder assessment services

Working with neurodiverse children and adolescents has always been a dream of mine, and I never expected to get this type of hands-on experience so early in my career. So, what’s a day in the life of a doctoral student at a practicum site such as this one?

University News | 03.28.24

Online Campus’ Ph.D. programs set to reduce credit requirements this fall

The reduction, set to begin in August, will make both programs more competitive to similar online programs, more efficient with the student admissions process, and result in an overall better educational experience for students.

University News | 03.27.24

Improving police-community relations: Adler launches new public safety psychology course

In improving strained police-community relations, forensic mental health clinicians — with training in police and public health psychology — have an outsize role to play.

Stories | 03.19.24

On the power of higher education, Trustee Eddie Phillips speaks from experience

“My goal is always to ensure Adler remains a competitive institution and ensure every student can accomplish their educational goals and proudly walk across the stage at commencement,” he said. “Education can change lives. I know this from experience.”

Stories | 03.11.24

Meet the Team: Communications

From expanding the University’s reach through media relations and social media to developing editorial and brand guidelines, it’s been a busy year for the Communications staff — one of the newest teams created at the University.

In the Media | 03.08.24

Adler professor shares insight on what bullying is, health effects and how to stop it

Jason Walker, Psy.D., Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, CPHR, associate professor and program director in the Department of Industrial-Organizational and Applied Psychology at Adler University, shared insight with Everyday Health about the signs and symptoms of bullying, along with the effects it can have on someone and how to address it.

Stories | 03.07.24

‘There’s more I can do’: Joy MacPhail MPPA Leadership Scholarship recipient seeks to make more significant impact

In the six months since coming to Adler University, Kemmy Uwaya has already made her mark in the Vancouver community. For this, she was awarded the second annual MPPA Leadership Scholarship.

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