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January 23, 2012
CU workhorse reaps rewards, awards

Omaha World-Herald, Jan 21, 2012
Agrawal has rusted little in 26 years as a Creighton University scientist. A $3.3 million grant he received last month from the National Institutes of Health put his existing grant funding at $12.9 million, more than any Creighton researcher or physician at this time.
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Adult Stem Cells Could Improve Angioplasty Outcome

Newswise, Jan. 23, 2012
A Creighton University School of Medicine researcher has received a $3.3 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to study what role adult stem cells might play in repairing damaged coronary arteries.
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The Business Ethics Alliance Launches 2012 Programming With “Ethics of Hiring” Dialogue at Gallup

PR Newswire , Jan. 23, 2012
"We are committed to delivering excellent programming and education that will ultimately build more profitable businesses and great cities through practical business ethics," said Creighton University business professor Beverly Kracher, Ph.D., executive director of the Business Ethics Alliance.
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Kelly: Polio survivor perseveres

Omaha World-Herald, Jan 21, 2012
She nonetheless graduated from Creighton University, married, raised three daughters and taught math, physics and chemistry for years before retiring in 2009 from her alma mater, Mercy High School.
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CU Law Schools Anders Publishes New Book on Film Lawyering From A to Z

The Daily Record, Jan 17, 2012
Anders demonstrates her fluency in professionalism once again with a new book, Advocacy to Zealousness: Learning Lawyering Skills from Classic Films (Carolina Academic Press, 2012).
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Coach’s wife beats tough foe – cancer

Omaha World-Herald, Jan 21, 2012
Theresa, a former Iowa high school track athlete, shared her cancer story in the hope it would help others know that while the disease is a tough and intimidating opponent, it can be beat.
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