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October 5, 2009

Creighton in the News

Index opens door to hope
Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 2, 2009
The Mid-America Business Conditions Index rose to 56.2 for September. Readings above 50 indicate an expanding economy, but in August the index slipped to 48.4 after rising to 51.7 in July. That indicates a volatility that tempers optimism, said Ernie Goss, the Creighton University professor who conducts the survey.
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Creighton economic survey shows signs of improvement for Iowa
Radio Iowa, Oct. 2, 2009
Ernie Goss, an economic professor at Creighton University, compiles the monthly survey for Iowa and eight other Midwestern states.
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What cavemen can teach us about good eats
National Post, ‎Sept. 29, 2009‎
According to calcium expert Dr. Robert Heaney of Creighton University, bone health definitely wasn't an issue for prehistoric humans.
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New funds for medical research
Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 1, 2009
Included in the grants are nearly $8.7 million for 34 projects at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and more than $2.4 million for nine projects at Creighton University.
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Briefly: News notes Wednesday
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 30, 2009
Thomas Morgan, author of the legal casebook “Problems and Materials on Professional Responsibility,” will delivered the annual Winthrop and Frances Lane Foundation Lecture Thursday at Creighton University.
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Noteworthy
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 26, 2009
Dr. John Hartigan was honored recently with the Creighton University School of Medicine’s Service Award. Hartigan earned his medical degree from CU in 1943 and entered private practice in Omaha in 1947.
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Basketball: Millard to miss time
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 30, 2009
Creighton forward Chad Millard will miss an indefinite amount of preseason training after injuring his right foot in a weekend workout.
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Volleyball: Coach wants Bluejays to finish matches
Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 1, 2009
The Bluejays fell in five sets twice during tough road matches against Dayton and Illinois State.
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