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December 12, 2016
KETV Chronicle - Big Changes at CHI Creighton

KETV, Dec. 9, 2016
“We are infusing the culture we had at Creighton University Medical Center to create something new and different for our learners to be in,” said CHI Health CEO Dr. Cliff Robertson. “With the university campus facility, it is a new way to turn ambulatory professionals to work in a team-based, collaborative model that we are hoping these students can take out with them as they start their careers, wherever they choose to practice.”
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Teaching Negotiation in the Age of Trump

Inside Higher Ed, Dec. 12, 2016
To determine how tone can shape a negotiation, and how can tone change online, students read an article on negotiating over email by Noam Ebner of Creighton University School of Law.
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Enrollment: Diocesan Schools See Increases, Plan for Future Through New Program

The Catholic Globe, Dec. 8, 2016
Creighton University, in collaboration with the Diocese of Sioux City, has developed a curriculum to assist participants with the development of an annual marketing and recruitment plan.
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Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad’s Light Touch with China Seen as a Boon for Midlands Commerce

Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 11, 2016
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss said he’s hopeful Branstad can tamp down that kind of rhetoric from his new boss. “There are great opportunities, but that’s presuming Gov. Branstad can talk President-elect Trump out of some of his somewhat scary trade perspectives,” Goss said, referring to trade policies that critics labeled as isolationist and protectionist.
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Farmers Young and Old Grow Concerned about Ag Economy

Kansas Agland, Dec. 11, 2016
The Rural Mainstreet Index created by Creighton University, based on monthly surveys of lenders across 10 Midwestern states including Kansas, dropped in October to the lowest since April 2009. The banks expect about 22 percent of farmers to suffer negative cash flows in 2016, and some lenders said farm foreclosures will be an increasing challenge.
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5 Ways to Drive Impulse Buying

CSP, Dec. 12, 2016
“[Retailers] don’t put Scientific American at the checkout for a reason,” Brad Klontz, associate professor of economics and finance at Creighton University said. “They place magazines like The National Enquirer and candy. Those things are more likely to make you feel emotions, like jealousy, curiosity and desire.”
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Resist Holiday Overspending with Tips from Experts

The Journal Times, Dec. 11, 2016
?The bottom line is that the retail outlets are set up in such a way to separate you from your money,? said Brad Klontz, associate professor of financial psychology at Creighton University.

Judge Smith Sworn In For Second Judicial District

News Channel Nebraska, Dec. 10, 2016
Michael Smith of Sarpy County took the oath of office Friday for the second judicial district judgeship. Smith holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Creighton University and a Juris Doctor from Creighton University School of Law.
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4 Burke High Alumni Added to Hall of Fame

Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 10, 2016
Darnetta Hunter received her law degree from Creighton University in May 2004. After practicing at local law firms, she established a solo law practice in 2010 that focuses on areas of business, immigration, family and juvenile law.
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Women’s Boutique Opens at Countryside Village

Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 12, 2016
The shop, Merci, focuses on women’s clothing, jewelry and handbags, as well as clothing by European designers, Merci owner Sabrina Linden said. Linden’s path to opening her own store started at Creighton University. From there, she headed to New York City, where she worked for Chanel.
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