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Creighton nursing professor selected for summer fellowship in Israel

OMAHA, Neb. (April 24, 2018) – Dannette Eveloff, adjunct assistant professor in the Creighton University College of Nursing, is joining 22 interdisciplinary academics from around the country to participate in a faculty fellowship program this summer in Israel.
"I am incredibly honored to be selected for this fellowship. I am excited to be able to network and collaborate with nursing professors at different universities in Israel,” said Eveloff. “It will be an academic trip to remember forever and I am proud to represent Creighton University College of Nursing."
The academically competitive Jewish National Fund’s Faculty Fellowship Program in Israel allows faculty to meet Israeli professors from their disciplines and with similar research interests, with the goal of developing collaborations, research projects and establishing exchange programs between faculty and students.
Professors are immersed in Israeli society, with opportunities to see the culture, historical sites and interact with people and the way of life in Israel.

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