- 110-year anniversary: Phoenix became home to medical grads
- 2After pandemic burnout, physician finds new calling in Medical Humanities
- 3An enduring miracle: Jays for Peds holds dedication service for toddler
- 4Air Force tasks Creighton profs, undergrads with researching online ‘mobs’
- 5Creighton professor and research team unearth story of ancient humanity
Knowledge Donor Program accelerates learning on Phoenix campus
With unique donor bodies close to living tissue, anatomy students and residents are getting a boost in their practical education.
New residence hall named
Graves Hall’s namesake is Lee Graves, BSBA’80, JD’83, who, along with his wife, Judy Graves, recently made the lead gift of $12 million to the residence hall now in construction.
Kirkpatrick seeks to establish clinic for end-of-life care
The INTRERACT clinic would help aging Nebraskans plan for the end of their lives.
Next Generation Leaders established at Creighton
Creighton took a major step toward living out its equity, diversity and inclusion goals this fall by launching the Next Generation Leaders program.
Blossom reflects on year one as Creighton’s athletic director
Marcus Blossom, the McCormick Endowed Athletic Director, takes a look back at his first year at Creighton.
Putin not immune from criminal indictment, Creighton law professor says
Precedent exists for charging Russian President Vladimir Putin with war crimes, says Creighton law professor Michael Kelly, JD, LLM, in two published articles.
Swanson publishes article on how to cull ‘natural’ self-reactive B cells
Creighton School of Medicine researcher and his team of students study the intricate ways antibodies work.
Alumnus Pens Book About Growing Up in South Sudan
Bidong Tot, BA’11 – a refugee from South Sudan – is teaching at Omaha Bryan High School and wrote a children’s book about growing up in his native village.
Creighton awarded $350k NEH grant to digitize American expedition collection
The Natural Face of North America project is a collaboration between Creighton, Omaha’s Joslyn Art Museum and the Nebraska Indian Community College.