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Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., and Vancouver Campus Executive Dean Bradley O’Hara, Ph.D., share support for communities facing devastating wildfires and poor air quality, and emphasize the importance of addressing climate justice for the health and well-being of all communities.
Adler University is expanding its Office for Diversity and Inclusion with additional staffing and resources to form the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. The Center will lead efforts to create an equitable, diverse, and inclusive community that supports the success of students, faculty, and staff across campuses.
Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., addresses the importance of continuing the anti-racist conversations and actions the recent directive is trying to stifle, in a message to students, faculty, and staff.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Adler Community Health Services (ACHS) student interns provided both in-person and telehealth services to youth in the foster care system.
Elena Quintana, Ph.D., Executive Director for the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice, joined WBEZ’s Reset to talk about the need to view violence as a public health issue rather than a criminal justice problem.
Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., will be honored as one of the 2020 inductees to the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame during a virtual ceremony in October. Inductees are recognized for their significant contributions to the well-being of Chicago’s LGBTQ community.
The Adler University Vancouver Foundation was recently approved for two Emergency Community Support Fund grants to promote mental health, social inclusion and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marina Bluvshtein, Ph.D., Executive Director for the Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship at Adler University, discussed community mental health and the effects of community violence, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chicago Campus students founded the Homelessness Student Advocacy Organization to advocate for people who are experiencing homelessness and raise awareness of the many different experiences.
Vice President of Academic Affairs Wendy B. Paszkiewicz, Psy.D., responds to the news that international students will be allowed to stay in the U.S. while attending online classes in the fall in a message to Chicago Campus students, faculty, and staff.