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Adler alumnus Dan Han, Psy.D., speaks with Dr. Sanjay Gupta on how neurogastronomy can train people to gravitate toward healthier and more sustainable food.
Rachel Diamond, Adler University Preventable failures in U.S. maternal health care result in far too many pregnancy-related deaths. Each year, approximately 700 parents die from pregnancy and childbirth complications. As such, the U.S. maternal mortality rate is more than double that of most other developed countries. The Department of Health and Human Services declared maternal […]
Crain’s recognition offered Joiner an opportunity to share his thoughts on Adler’s future and the challenges and highlights in his time with the board.
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.
Uluc has 15 years of relevant experience, including a decade of teaching English as a second language, 700 hours in five academic terms of teaching assistantship in the creative writing program at the University of British Columbia, and six published novel translations from English to Turkish.
Duemler shares some of the highlights from her time at ICASSI’s international summer school program and why others should consider going next summer.
Adler is providing a free three-day virtual symposium Nov. 9-11 for mental health providers seeking to learn more about the latest in military psychology.
Jessica Rea Prado, Ph.D., describes herself as someone who simply moves forward without looking too far ahead.
According to Gebel’s research article, discrimination in health care can present in many ways for trans and gender non-conforming patients.