Creighton University broke ground on a new 200,000-square-foot School of Dentistry Building in September. The $84.5 million project, scheduled to be complete in July 2018, will expand outreach to underserved patients.
This summer, 10 Creighton students and two faculty members — Laura Heinemann, PhD, and Roger Bergman, PhD — traveled to Haiti to gain a broader, deeper perspective of the island nation. Bergman discusses the motivations and opportunities for what he hopes is a new relationship for Creighton.
Robert Recker, MD’63, was installed as the inaugural holder of the O’Brien Chair in Health Sciences in September. The chair was established through a generous gift from longtime Creighton supporters Richard O’Brien, MS’58, MD’60, and his wife, Joan Gurney O’Brien, SJN’55.
A 2015 survey by Creighton and Gallup confirms that a commitment to serving others — especially the poor and marginalized — is ingrained in the mission and student experience at Creighton University.
Michael Stoltz, BA’88, vice president for development for the Mars Society, is working for human exploration and settlement of the red planet.
Louis Rotella III, BSBA’96, JD’00, wrote an award-winning children’s book about his son Louis Rotella IV, who was born with Down syndrome in 2000. The Little King and His Marshmallow Kingdom encourages children to be themselves with confidence, eccentricities and all.