Larry Axelrod, Ph.D. Vancouver Campus
"I focus my energy on furthering our position
as the premier institution for advancing
social justice." Larry Axelrod, Ph.D.
Larry Axelrod, Ph.D.
Dean, Vancouver Campus
Coming to Adler and serving as Dean of the Vancouver campus is really the culmination of my own education, interests, and professional goals. Having studied and specialized in a range of social and organizational dynamics—motivation, conflict, and social responsibility—as well as professional ethics, I am excited to continue my work by supporting the mission and values of the School. As Dean, I focus my energy on furthering our position as the premier institution for advancing social justice.
The other role I embrace is mentoring the next generation of practitioners dedicated to the Adler vision. Our community exists for the larger community. My door is always open, and I welcome the opportunity to speak with students.
Please e-mail or call me (604-482-5513) if you have questions or would like more information about me.
- Ph.D., Social Psychology, University of British Columbia
- M.A., Social Psychology, San Francisco State University
- B.A., Communications, University of Illinois at Urbana
- British Columbia Human Resources Management Association
- Canadian Psychological Association
- Harlos, K., & Axelrod, L. (2008). Work mistreatment of hospital administrative staff: Policy implications for healthier workplaces. Healthcare Policy, 4(1), 40–50.
- Axelrod, L., & Johnson, R. (2005). Turning conflict into profit: A roadmap for resolving personal and organizational disputes. Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta Press.
- Harlos, K., & Axelrod, L. (2005). Investigating hospital administrators’ experience of workplace mistreatment. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 37(4), 262–272.
- McDaniels, T., Axelrod, L. J., & Slovic, P. (1996). Perceived ecological risks of global change: A comparison of causes and consequences. Global Environmental Change, 6(2), 159–171.
- McDaniels, T., Axelrod, L., Cavanagh, N., and Slovic, P. (1998). Perception of ecological risks from natural hazards. Journal of Risk Research, 2(1), 31–53.