Public Relations  >  News Center  >  CU in the News  >  September 1, 2009
September 1, 2009

Creighton in the News

Mid-America economic recovery stalls in August-survey
Forbes, Sept. 1, 2009
Creighton University's Business Conditions Index slipped to 48.4 in August from 51.7 in July, marking the first time the index has declined since January.
Read Full Story

$1 Million endowment for Creighton
Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 31, 2009
A tough economy has compelled plenty of older adults to return to college — and Creighton University has $1 million more to serve them.
Read Full Story

Don't keep cancer in the family
Irish Times, Sept. 1, 2009
But nearly 50 years ago, the mere notion that cancer risk could be hereditary was considered fringe. “It was very different back then,” recalls medical oncologist Professor Henry Lynch, who visits Dublin this weekend for a major conference.
Read Full Story

Heart attack, stroke ‘overwhelming'
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 1, 2009
The more severe the heart attack, the more likely clots will form in the heart, said Dr. Syed Mohiuddin, chairman of the department of medicine at the Creighton University School of Medicine.
Read Full Story

Colleges Plan Ahead for Possible H1N1 Outbreak
KPTM, Aug. 31, 2009
At Creighton University, officials are most worried about students who live in the dorms, and eat in the school cafeterias.
Read Full Story

Clearwire Announces New Executive Appointments to Support 4G Deployment Across the United States
Rueters, Aug. 31, 2009
Creighton College of Business graduate Teresa L. Elder assumes the newly created position of President of Strategic Partnerships and Wholesale at Clearwire.
Read Full Story

Soccer: Jays ready to open season against Loyola
Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 31, 2009
Bob Warming qualifies the promise he sees in the defensive ability of his Creighton soccer team.
Read Full Story

Soccer: MVC honors Creighton pair
Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 31, 2009
Creighton goalie Alicia Montgomery earned her second straight defensive player of the week award and Brittney Neumann earned the offensive honor from the Missouri Valley Conference on Monday.
Read Full Story