Medical Anthropology Gaduate Augusta Herman received the Spirit of Creighton Award at Commencement. We are proud colleagues!
The class of 2015 has set the bar high for post-graduate plans! Check out all they are doing.
March 2015: Society for Applied Anthropology Conference included presentations by several Medical Anthropology seniors. Their post-Creighton plans included Masters of Public Health programs, and service missions in student ministry. From left: Augusta Herman, Chaitri Desai, Sarah Kelly, and Melanie Kim.
The Department of Cultural and Social Studies houses the disciplines of sociology and anthropology as well as the independent interdisciplinary programs of Social Work, Health Administration and Policy, and Justice and Peace Studies. We strive to achieve the unique goals and objectives for each of our areas of study while also reflecting the goals of Creighton's Jesuit Catholic mission. We as faculty are dedicated to research, teaching and service. Our special contribution to student centered learning is increasing our students' awareness of society and culture as contexts that shape the quality of human life. All of our programs aim to develop students as agents of social change through close collaboration in student research, service and learning. We are an integrated department, assisting students as they prepare for a variety of careers.