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Celeste Lundy is a first year student in the Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology program at Adler University’s Vancouver Campus.
Nanda Danitschek, a graduate of the Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology Online Campus program, was recently named as executive director of Stepping Stone, an emergency shelter and transitional housing facility in Michigan City, Ind.
Youth and adults participate in a Hope Center program to help with disaster relief after Hurricane Katrina.
Stephanie Felice, M.A. ’18, is a parent educator for a large nonprofit organization who works to build connection and communication between families and teachers.
Alyssa McDonald, a student in the Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology program in Vancouver and 2019 Alfred Adler Social Justice Award Winner, recently completed her Social Justice Practicum working with IMPACT2030, an initiative of the United Nations Office for Partnerships.
The 2018 Adler University class of Chicago and Online campus students graduated on October 21. Carolyn Swora, a graduate of the Master of Arts in Industrial & Organizational Psychology Online Campus program, spoke at the commencement ceremony at the Chicago Theatre.
Adler University graduate Carolyn Swora published a book to educate employers and employees about what’s not working in the modern workplace and inspire them to make positive changes.
An Adler University graduate and hopeful politician is making headlines while campaigning for a board seat in Dane County, Wisconsin, where she says she hopes to establish a more socially just structure for residents.
A champion for young people, Online Campus student Carmelita Booker has a long history of social justice advocacy in the field of child welfare.
Richard Porcelli, MOP ’11, director of learning and advisory services at the Boston-based national nonprofit Health Leads, develops learning and consulting solutions that enable U.S. health care institutions to build sustainable patient programs.