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May 8, 2014
Nebraska town's anti-immigration rule stands, but furor persists

Los Angeles Times, May 6, 2014
The justices declined to address similar ordinances that lower courts struck down, seemingly setting up a conflict with the current case, said David Weber, a law professor at Creighton University in Omaha.
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Guillermo Martinez: Advocates of lifting embargo avoid human rights question

Sun Sentinel, May 8, 2014
In the essay, Michael Kelly, a professor of international law at Creighton University, says that "settling the certified property claims is one of the first dominoes that has to fall in a whole series of dominoes for the embargo to be lifted."
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Elderly spouses increasingly double as elderly caregivers

Omaha World-Herald, May 7, 2014
Helen Chapple, an assistant professor in the Center for Health Policy and Ethics at Creighton University, said medication management is a challenge for professionals, too.
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Omaha panelists discuss truth in marketing, dilemmas they’ve faced, testing for accuracy

Omaha World-Herald, May 7, 2014
The discussion was at a meeting of the Omaha Business Ethics Alliance at Gallup’s office on Riverfront Drive. Creighton University, the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business Bureau organized the session.
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Nebraska has a new tourism brand and it's, well, nice

Omaha World-Herald, May 8, 2014
In an interview, Creighton University marketing professor Tim P. McMahon, who wasn't involved in creating the brand, said the slogan works because it rings true to Nebraskans and non-Nebraskans alike.
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Expert Advice: 8 Tips for Answering the Most Common Interview Questions

Nerdwallet.com, May 4, 2014
“The more you can focus in and provide personal examples that emphasize what skills they need,” says Rachel Gibson, a career counselor at Creighton University, “the more they will be able to see you working for their organization.”
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Ask the Experts: Corporate Responsibility, Financial Literacy & Branding

wallethub.com, May 5, 2014
There is certainly more public scrutiny of the philanthropic activities of companies today, as more people feel that those who make so much money through business have some obligation to be generous in return.” - Andrew Gustafson: Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Society, Creighton University
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Review: Omaha Community Playhouse explores 'Race'

Omaha World-Herald, May 8, 2014
To prepare for the role, Peters talked to law school faculty at Creighton University, where she earned a degree in French. They explained how students are trained to think like a lawyer — and how important it is to be neutral before you can be persuasive.
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