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Online Campus student Daniel Merker shares his Social Justice Practicum experience at The Amarillo Museum of Art, where he worked with communities to create programs that build connections and advance social justice through art.
Vancouver Campus student Alyssa McDonald co-wrote an opinion piece for the Toronto Sun with Petros Kusmu on the role toxic leaders have throughout companies, organizations, and government agencies in Canada.
Lori Wilson completed her SJP at Girls Rock! Grand Rapids, a music and arts camp that encourages youth to express themselves creatively.
Online Campus student Cheryl Magee, M.A. ’18, founder and executive director of Hope Center in New Orleans, is helping connect veterans with housing, services, and mental health support during the pandemic.
Jessica Thompson, an Online Campus student in the Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology program, is completing her SJP at Next Step Ministries, Inc., an organization in Woodstock, Georgia that offers day programs for people with developmental delays.
At Adler University, first-year students work with community organizations as intern advocates to help advance social justice.
Michelle Dennis, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Leadership and Applied Psychology for the Online Campus, published an article on FacultyFocus.com featuring tips for recruiting faculty to teach in an online environment.
From her career as a cartographer to her passion for public service, Tanya Buckingham, M.A. ’16, is always looking for how she can better serve the needs of her community.
After experiencing a long journey to find inclusion and acceptance, Shirley Aldana hopes to help pave the way for others. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology through Adler University’s Online Campus and wants to help companies and organizations become more diverse and inclusive.
Shannon Thomison, a student in the Online Campus Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial and Organizational Psychology program, was featured on The Leveraged Ph.D., a blog that helps doctoral students use their future degree to its full potential.