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April 25, 2016
Moak: Do you lose sleep over money?

The Clarion-Ledger, April 22, 2016
“You can just pay the minimum so you have less anxiety,” explained Brad Klontz, co-founder of the Financial Psychology Institute and association professor of economics and finance at Creighton University. “That way you are servicing the debt, but it doesn’t have to impact your daily life. You’re ‘taking care of it.’”
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Agricultural Economist Evaluates Rural Economy

AgWeb, April 25, 2016
“Our survey that was completed for March shows a rural economy that’s at least stabilizing now. It’s still weak, but we’re poised for growth. However, we’re not going to get that growth right now. I think 2016 is still going to be a little bit challenging,” says Ernie Gross, Creighton University economics professor and the Jack A. MacAllister Endowed Chair in Regional Economics.
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Why Hating the Rich Is Keeping You Poor

Gobankingrates.com, April 24, 2016
“As long as you hold those beliefs, you’re never going to be able to get ahead,” Associate Professor of Financial Psychology at Creighton University Brad Klontz said. “They’re going to keep pulling you back.”
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Omaha Press Club salutes 6 journalists to be inducted into Hall of Fame

Omaha World-Herald, April 24, 2016
Eileen Wirth will retire this spring as chairwoman of Creighton University’s department of journalism, media and computing. She joined Creighton in 1991 as a professor after an 11-year career as a reporter at The World-Herald, eight years as a public relations writer and event planner at Union Pacific Railroad and two years at the McCartney Group.
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'Highly regarded' Creighton Provost Ed O’Connor to step down in June

Omaha World-Herald, April 22, 2016
“Dr. O’Connor is a seasoned leader, dean and teacher-scholar, and is highly regarded by colleagues in Omaha and nationwide for his collegiality and extensive knowledge of issues in higher education,” Hendrickson wrote.
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The AJD – One of Several Alternate Approaches to the Paper Chase

The Daily Record, April 21, 2016
The Creighton University School of Law’s Accelerated JD (AJD) program is changing how – and how long – people go about getting their law degree. “Some students strongly desire to be able to complete a JD degree program in two years rather than three,” Professor of Law David Weber said.
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Students Discuss Catholic Social Thought

Georgetown University, April 21, 2016
“[The symposium] offered an opportunity to more deeply engage with vital questions about faith and the market, and also to meet new people with a breadth of backgrounds and perspectives who could expand my thinking on the topic,” said Luke Buffington, a senior at Creighton University.
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