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Change Agents

These students and faculty are change-makers across our campuses, within our communities, and around the globe. They exemplify Alfred Adler’s call to create a more inclusive, equitable, and just world.

Cheryl Magee
Cheryl Magee

An Online Campus student and alumna who has dedicated her career to helping move people out of poverty...

John Gingrich
John Gingrich

A Vancouver Campus art therapy student who is helping youth heal from trauma and addiction through public art…

Nataka Moore
Nataka Moore

A Chicago faculty member who champions diversity, inclusion, and social justice in the classroom, across the University…

Alumni Spotlights

Crossing Cultural Divides to Help Women Heal After Violence
Crossing Cultural Divides to Help Women Heal After Violence

Vancouver alumna Jennifer van Wyck, M.A. ’10, leads a program in the Middle East to help women who have experienced...

Working with Police to Support Community Mental Health
Working with Police to Support Community Mental Health

Chicago alumna Stephanie Booco, M.A. ’12, is Fort Collins Police Services’ first mental health co-responder…

Strengthening the Parent-Teacher Relationship
Strengthening the Parent-Teacher Relationship

Online Campus graduate Stephanie Felice, M.A. ’18, builds connection and communication between families and…

Updates

We want to celebrate all of our alumni—and share their many accomplishments and milestones. We are proud of our alumni and the work they are doing as socially responsible practitioners to advance social justice, promote inclusion, and create healthier communities.

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Institutes + Centers

Using Poverty Simulation to Better Understand Marginalized Communities
Using Poverty Simulation to Better Understand Marginalized Communities

BlueCross BlueShield of Illinois staff participated in a poverty simulation presented by the Institute on Public…

Connecting Youth Across Neighborhoods Through Sports Tournament
Connecting Youth Across Neighborhoods Through Sports Tournament

The Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice brought together youth from Community Restorative Justice…

Taking Action

Increasing Access to Graduate Education
Increasing Access to Graduate Education

Three Chicago students will be awarded diversity scholarships thanks to a grant from the Hearst Foundations...

Providing Mental Health Care for the Formerly Incarcerated
Providing Mental Health Care for the Formerly Incarcerated

The Healthy Communities Foundation recently awarded a grant to help Adler Community Health Services...

Training Practitioners to Help Support Veterans’ Mental Health
Training Practitioners to Help Support Veterans’ Mental Health

Thanks to a generous donation from Marlene Guthrie, an Online Military Psychology student will receive a scholarship…

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