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Adler University, After School Matters partnership expands Chicago’s youth access to mental health


University News | 09.23.22

Wear orange: Adler observes National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with events, speakers

Adler University is inviting students, staff, and faculty to attend several virtual events leading up to National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30.

Stories | 09.21.22

Neal Rubin to chair keynote program at 2022 Science, Technology and Human Rights Conference

The theme of this year’s conference is The Human Right to Science and Freedom of Expression.

Stories | 09.19.22

Serving others through mental health advocacy in British Columbia

As a child, William Nicholls-Allison was very social and eager to help others.

Stories | 09.16.22

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: 4 Latinos you should know

At Adler, we want to recognize several of the social justice advocates who have positively impacted both nations through their contributions and efforts for equity.

University News | 09.15.22

University’s first Diversity Faculty Fellow develops new faculty guide to move diversity forward

Dr. Wade-Ball discusses her fellowship experience, what the Adler community can take away from the guide, and why other faculty members should consider becoming a Diversity Faculty Fellow.

Stories | 09.12.22

‘Proud of my journey’: From Adler student to art therapy professor

When asked what they’d like to be when they grow up, children often offer seemingly impossible answers — an astronaut, ballerina, or professional athlete. That’s the beauty of their innocence: they don’t allow the low odds, impostor syndrome, negative self-talk, or obsessing about a million little details to get in the way of their dreams. […]

In the Media | 09.02.22

Adler, University of Illinois Chicago survey paints perception of Chicago police

A recent article in the Chicago Tribune highlights data from a recent study conducted by Adler University and the University of Illinois Chicago.

Stories | 09.01.22

Adler University, After School Matters partnership expands Chicago’s youth access to mental health

After School Matters and the Division of Teen Wellness Opportunity within the University’s Adler Community Health Services formed a strategic partnership in early 2020, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, to provide free, accessible mental health services to teens in marginalized communities.

University News | 08.30.22

New book offers insight on importance of queer leadership in higher education

Edited by Adler University President Raymond Crossman, Ph.D., 15 currently serving or retired LGBTQ presidents and chancellors in higher education explain why, to whom, and how LGBTQ leadership matters.

In the Media | 08.29.22

What will abortion restrictions mean for mental health? Adler expert weighs in

Adler University assistant professor and clinical training director Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., authored a piece in The Conversation exploring the psychological harms new abortion restrictions pose. It has been picked up by multiple outlets, including: Yahoo Salon She The People San Antonio Express-News Maine Beacon Chronicle-Tribune The Buffalo News The News-Times MedicalXpress Philippine Canadian Inquirer Roanoke […]

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