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Sustainable Creighton Corner

Creighton University has a storied history of sustainability achievements. In this podcast, Host Nick McCreary, Director of Sustainability at Creighton University, will invite guests to share their sustainability stories from campus and beyond.

Climate Change and City Sprouts

In this episode, we talk with Katie Kresha and Aaron French from City Sprouts. City Sprouts is an Omaha-based nonprofit focused on cultivating healthy communities and sustainable, equitable food systems through gardening, education, and youth employment. We talked about their justice-focused mission and how climate change is impacting urban farmers. For more information about City Sprouts, visit the City Sprouts webpage.

Nuclear Energy with Aidan Swanson

In this podcast Nick McCreary talks with Aidan Swanson ('22) about nuclear energy. They discuss some misconceptions about nuclear energy and the role nuclear energy can play in a zero carbon future.

International Point of View Featuring Ntakirutimana Ismail

This is the second episode in partnership with the International Student and Scholar Services to celebrate International Education Week. In this episode, Nick has a conversation with Ntakirutimana Ismail, a Creighton student from Rwanda. The two discuss everything from soil erosion to racism.

International Point of View Featuring Joichiro Yamada

For November, the Office of Sustainability Programs has teamed up with the International Student and Scholar Services to celebrate International Education Week. In the first of two interviews with Creighton international students, Nick talked with Joichiro Yamada about the differences between sustainability in Japan and the United States.

The Universal Apostolic Preferences

For the inaugural episode of the Sustainable Creighton Corner, host Nick McCreary is joined by Daniel S. Hendrickson, SJ, Ph.D. President of Creighton University, Nicholas Santos, SJ, Rector of the Jesuit Community and Associate Professor of Marketing in The Heider College of Business, and Roy Pereira, SJ, Ph.D. the Charles and Mary Heider Endowed Jesuit Faculty Chair and professor of Neuroscience and Chemistry. The three discuss how sustainability is fundamental to Creighton's mission by exploring Universal Apostolic Preferences.