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September 27, 2010

Creighton in the News

Ashton Welch, Gentle 'Foe of Injustice,' Dies at 68
Chronicle of Higher Education, Sept. 27, 2010
Ashton W. Welch, an associate professor of history and longtime director of Creighton University's black-studies program, died unexpectedly in his sleep on August 14.
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Training a Generation of Dentists for Indian Reservations
Chronicle of Higher Education, Sept. 19, 2010
Tracy Charging Cross is part of a small but growing number of American Indian dental students recruited and nurtured at Creighton University’s School of Dentistry which boasts the highest American Indian first-year dentistry class enrollment among the country’s 59 accredited dental schools.
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2 probably delivered 15,000 babies
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 27, 2010
Both earned their medical degrees from Creighton University and spent decades there helping to train future doctors.
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‘There is greed all over the place'
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 26, 2010
Creighton College of Business Dean Tony Hendrickson and ethics professor Bev Kracher will be among the panelists at a special screening and discussion Wednesday of the movie “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.”
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Have plan for sick college kid
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 27, 2010
Creighton University, for example, has students who are trained as health aides. These aides can check vital signs and contact a doctor who is on call for Creighton.
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Stefaniak to read from novel today
Iowa Press-Citizen, Sept. 27, 2010
Creighton University writing professor Iowa City fiction writer Mary Helen Stefaniak, an alumna of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, will read from her new novel, "The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia."
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CU women extend win streak to six
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 26, 2010
Creighton used goals from Brittney Neumann and Lauren Cingoranelli in the second half for a 2-0 win over Indiana State in its Missouri Valley Conference opener.
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