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April 13, 2016
That ringing in your ears after a rock concert? It's the sound of ear damage; CU, UNMC scientists work on projects to regrow dead sensory cells

Omaha World Herald, April 10, 2016
Rocha-Sanchez, Michael Weston and David He, all Creighton scientists, have federal grants to study the ear’s sensory cells. They are testing in mice their hypotheses on how to regrow the cells and thus improve hearing.
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Crisis preparation is topic of meetings across Nebraska

Lexington Clipper-Herald, April 12, 2016
Two-day meetings in crisis preparation will take place in four Nebraska communities over the next two months, beginning today in Gering. The Center for Preparedness Education, a joint venture of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Creighton University School of Medicine, will oversee the sessions.
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Commencement Speakers Announced

Inside Higher Ed, April 11, 2016
Creighton University: the Rev. James Martin, the Jesuit writer.
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RaDLab Unveiling

Omaha.com, April 12, 2016
The RaDLab (short for Research and Development Laboratory), is an idea in the making for the past 18 months as an outgrowth of Creighton’s Division of Information Technology (DoIT).
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KMTV's Jim Flowers named to Journalist Hall of Fame

KMTV, April 11, 2016
Also being inducted into the Omaha Press Club Journalists of Excellence Hall of Fame is retiring chair of Creighton University's Department of Journalism, Media and Computing Dr. Eileen Wirth.
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