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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.
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.
Ahoussi Manuel-Yvan René Ekpini, MPA ’20, congratulates his peers on the hard work and dedication that has led to their academic success, and discusses the importance of listening to each other, and working together as Adlerians.
Adler University Chicago Campus professors, Joseph E. Troiani, Ph.D., and Valerie Werner, Ph.D., offer insight on how public policy affects citizens and communities—especially during a global health crisis.
Adler University Online Campus student Marshall “Muddy” Boyle was featured on Fox-32 News in Chicago for his role with Guitars for Vets.
The 2019 Adler University class of Chicago and Online Campus students graduated on October 20. Victoria Stewart, a graduate of the Master of Public Policy: Human Rights Advocacy Program in Chicago, spoke at the commencement ceremony at the Chicago Theatre.
Narpinder Rehallu, a soon-to-be graduate of the Master of Public Policy and Administration: Social Change Leadership program in Vancouver, received one of Adler University’s professional development scholarships to attend the inaugural Lakehead University Social Justice Summit in Thunder Bay, Ontario from May 25-26, 2019.
Cymone King wants to encourage the next generation of women to take a seat at the political table. King is a student in the Master of Public Policy: Community Health Concentration in Chicago.
Kendra L. Smith, Ph.D., recently joined Adler University as an adjunct professor, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge and research on advancing equity and inclusion in communities—and a passion for social justice.
The New York Daily News published an op-ed by a graduate of the university’s Master of Public Policy program.