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Influencing policy: Adler student seeks to impact two City of Chicago programs


Stories | 03.29.23

Influencing policy: Adler student seeks to impact two City of Chicago programs

The first is to find ways to expand awareness and access to the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). The second, advocate for continuing funding of a program that aids new mothers and improves maternal and infant health outcomes.

University News | 03.08.23

‘Can’t wait to add my voice’: First Joy MacPhail MPPA Leadership Scholarship recipient named

Pamela Kaye Tuazon, a second-year international student, received the $10,000 scholarship on International Women’s Day — March 8 — during the inaugural Joy MacPhail Women’s Leadership Showcase, which seeks to support and promote the next generation of women leaders.

University News | 02.14.23

Inaugural Joy MacPhail Women’s Leadership Showcase to inspire the next generation of trailblazers

Supported by the Adler University Vancouver Foundation, the event will be held from 9-11 a.m. PST on International Women’s Day. Registration is open through March 1.

University News | 01.03.23

Dr. Sandra Song becomes first faculty to oversee programs in Vancouver, Chicago campuses

Dr. Song sees her new role as a reflection of the ongoing “One Adler” vision for the University and its campuses.

University News | 01.03.23

Redesigned Chicago graduate program in public policy and administration will build ‘social change agents’

Students seeking to create impact and change the world through the expanding world of policy can enroll in the Chicago campus’ latest graduate program.

Stories | 12.06.22

Fulbright Canada grant to create a community leadership project in Vancouver

The project is a direct response to the murder of Mahsa Amini and in solidarity of those risking their lives to protest human rights abuses to women in Iran.

Stories | 07.25.22

988 fills gap in mental health crisis

Those seeking help during a mental health crisis or are experiencing suicidal thoughts in the U.S. can simply text or call the numbers 9-8-8. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services launched July 16 the new three-digit 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline — similar to the 911 emergency number. Its goal: to make it […]

University News | 06.10.22

Adler University Honours Joy MacPhail Through Named Public Policy Program, Scholarships

The newly named Joy MacPhail Master of Public Policy and Administration program (MPPA) is also raising funds to establish the Joy MacPhail MPPA Leadership Scholarship, the University’s first for students who identify as women, and an annual Women’s Leadership Showcase.

Stories | 06.09.22

How One Image Moved a Mother to Create Change

When Anne Bélanger received her son’s second-grade class picture in 2013, a wave of emotion hit her. While Miles was among his peers, they were grouped together, but he was positioned off to the side in his wheelchair. The moment sparked her passion for advocacy and set the course of her life in a different direction.

Stories | 08.19.21

Working to Advance Social Change and Environmental Justice

Vancouver Campus student Laurianne da Cruz has a strong interest in animal welfare and environmental justice. She shares her recent experience participating in the World Wildlife Fund’s Designing Change for a Living Planet 2021and her passion for social change.

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