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Emily Burke Pope Francis

Creighton student, alumna address Pope Francis on climate change

In an historic meeting with Pope Francis, Creighton student, alumna advocate for nonviolent action to address climate change.

Creighton health sciences students at First Place-Phoenix

Health care partnership a win-win in Phoenix

Creighton health sciences students offer services to residents of First Place–Phoenix, a residential community for adults with neurodiversities.

Edwidge Danticat

Racial healing shaped 2022 Presidential Lecture Series

Creighton’s 2022 Presidential Lecture Series concluded March 22 after featuring four African Americans from the world of literature.

Aidan Herrera

Student research: Where health science meets the human spirit

Creighton is known for the research opportunities it offers students. Here’s a brief insight into Aidan Herrera’s project.

Patrick Saint-Jean Ogechukwu Williams

Faculty write on racism, Ignatian spirituality and black history

Creighton faculty members Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, PsyD, (pictured left) and Ogechukwu Williams, PhD, (pictured right) are recently published authors.

Sarah Walker PhD

Fostering equity, diversity and inclusion

Meet Sarah Walker, PhD, who is leading Creighton’s efforts to deepen its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion

Willie Miller College of Nursing

After challenges, Willie Miller starts new life as Creighton-educated nurse

Willie Miller, BSN’21, shares his story of overcoming personal challenges that led him to earning his Creighton nursing degree.

Christina Zorn

Creighton law grad assigned leading role at Mayo Clinic

Christina Zorn, JD’98, became chief administrative officer of the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in December 2021.

Most Rev. Jeffrey Walsh

Creighton alumnus named bishop in Michigan

The Most Rev. Jeffrey Walsh, MA'98, was installed as the sixth bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord in Michigan.