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Coalition expands opportunities for higher education in Illinois prisons

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Stories | 04.30.24

Cultural competency in sports: Course challenges students to discuss today’s most significant topics

The objective: to help students — many of whom are future performance consultants — become more culturally competent and better understand how systemic issues may affect an athlete or performer.

In the Media | 12.06.23

Surprising symptoms of anxiety in runners, Adler professor shares insight

Teresa Behrend Fletcher, Ph.D., program director and professor of sport and human performance at Adler University, offers insight to Runner’s World about surprising symptoms of anxiety in runners.

Stories | 04.21.20

Promoting Activity and Wellness During Shelter-in-Place

Chicago Campus Master of Science in Sport and Human Performance program faculty and students have stepped up to offer guidance and tips for staying well physically and mentally while we practice social distancing.

Stories | 06.28.19

Would Winning the World Cup Make a Difference for Gender Equality?

Piotr Piasecki, and his classmates in the Master of Arts in Counseling: Specialization in Sport and Human Performance program in Chicago, use their focus on sport and health psychology to advocate for social justice in the sport field.

Stories | 05.16.19

Students Advocate for Social Justice in Sport Field

Students in Adler University’s Master of Arts in Counseling: Specialization in Sport & Health program in Chicago are prepared to maximize the potential of individuals and teams, as well as communities.

Stories | 05.16.19

Sport and Health Perspective: Making the Academic Actionable

Daniel Janik is a first-year student in the Master of Arts in Counseling: Specialization in Sport and Health program at Adler University.

In the Media | 02.01.19

Graduate Charley Jauss Joins the Arizona Diamondbacks as Mental Skills Coach

Charley Jauss, M.A. ’18, a graduate of the Master of Arts in Counseling: Specialization in Sport and Health Psychology program in Chicago, joined Major League Baseball (MLB) as the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Mental Skills Coach.