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April 24, 2020

Creighton University employee designs ventilator at fraction of usual cost

KLKN, April 24, 2020
Max McCoy, a web developer at Creighton University, has taken it upon himself to design a new, more cost-effective ventilator.
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Masks for Menstruation aims to kill two birds with one stone in the fight to help people stay healthy

Fargo Forum, April 23, 2020
Currently, McManamon is studying political science and pre-law at Creighton University near Omaha, Nebraska. She isn't currently in Nebraska because her spring semester, like so many others, was cut short because of coronavirus.
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CHI Health, Creighton University collaborate to create vital PPE

KETV, April 19, 2020
A box of about 30 face shields were handed off to Vivekanandan by a technology specialist from Creighton University, where the shields were produced in the school's library.
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Why Sex? Biologists Find New Explanations

Quanta Magazine, April 23, 2020
Amy Worthington, a biology researcher who studies reproductive physiology and behavioral ecology at Creighton University, has seen something similar in field crickets.
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How to deal with coronavirus-related money stress, according to financial psychologists

Today.com, April 23, 2020
“There’s this palpable fear of actual death that coincides with this economic crisis, and that amplifies the stress,” says financial psychologist Brad Klontz, associate professor of practice in financial psychology and behavioral finance at Creighton University Heider College of Business.
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Alphabet Soup: Understanding the Shape of a COVID-19 Recession

Forbes, April 19, 2020
Robert Johnson, professor of finance at Creighton University, fears that the COVID-19 crisis could turn into a W-shaped recession.
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9 of the Best Stocks for a Starter Portfolio

US News & World Report, April 20, 2020
Robert Johnson, professor of finance at Creighton University in Nebraska, says companies should also have a sustainable business model and be selling at a reasonable valuation.
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