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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 | 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 | 02.07.24

About a third of employees have faced bullying at work – here’s how to recognize and deal with it

You’d call the police if a stranger in public did what many bullies at work get away with. 2 researchers who study workplace violence describe the widespread phenomenon.

Stories | 12.07.23

CSIS sexual assault allegations highlight the need for external oversight

The complainants say CSIS’s internal complaint procedure is deficient, leaving people who complain open to reprisals without access to outside assistance.

Stories | 11.13.23

Regina hospital allegations point to an epidemic of bullying and discrimination in health care

Internal reviews are insufficient to investigate discrimination by hospital administrators and external frameworks are needed to protect employees who face bullying and harassment.

In the Media | 08.23.23

Escaping justice: A flawed investigative body fails to curb RCMP sexual misconduct

The scourge of workplace violence necessitates a seismic shift in our perspective and response. Decisive action is required to prevent and end this crisis within the RCMP and other police forces.

In the Media | 08.16.23

Adler professor shares guidelines for respectful online interactions

James D. Halbert, Ph.D., shares with Reader’s Digest netiquette tips and best practices for online behavior.

University News | 07.13.23

Dr. Jason Walker named core faculty, director of the Industrial and Organizational Psychology programs

Jason Walker, Psy.D., Ph.D., who is currently an adjunct faculty at Adler’s I/O graduate programs, will begin his new role in September.

Stories | 10.28.22

From corporate trainer to psychologist: Commencement speaker looks back at Adler journey

Jessica Rea Prado, Ph.D., describes herself as someone who simply moves forward without looking too far ahead.

In the Media | 02.25.22

M.A. Candidate Speaks with The Northern Miner Podcast, The Globe and Mail about Advancing the Mining Industry

Andrea Carter, Industrial and Organizational psychology M.A. candidate, recently spoke with The Northern Miner Podcast and The Globe and Mail about her research on how mining organizations can maximize their workforce potential through practices centered on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.  

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