Two Creighton University undergraduate students have had their essays selected for publication in the Journal of Theta Alpha Kappa.
Paul Bubash, a senior Theology major in the College of Arts & Sciences, and Erin Cahill, a 2012 graduate with a degree in English, were recently notified of their selection. Bubash submitted his senior seminar paper, prepared under the direction of Wendy Wright, Ph.D., and Cahill submitted a paper that she had written as a senior under the direction of Eileen Burke-Sullivan, Ph.D.
Only eight undergraduate essays were selected for publication next year. Bubash and Cahill will be the 15th and 16th Creighton students to publish their work in the journal since the installation of Creighton’s chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa in 1996.
Theta Alpha Kappa is a national honor society in theology and religious studies. It was founded in 1976 at Manhattan College in Riverdale, New York and has since grown to include over two hundred chapters.
The Journal of Theta Alpha Kappa is a refereed, scholarly journal, published semiannually. The journal exists primarily to honor and disseminate student academic work in religious studies or theology.