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August 9, 2016
'A Healer, a Thinker, a Man of Faith': Dr. Robert Heaney, Internationally Known Creighton Professor, Scientist, Dies at 88

Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 6, 2016
“Bob Heaney was one of the foremost physician-scientists in the world in the field of nutrition,” said Dunlay, dean of the Creighton School of Medicine.
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Longtime Creighton Professor, 'Legend of Osteoporosis,' Dies at 88

KETV, Aug. 6, 2016
“He was a man of many facets. A healer, a thinker, a man of faith, he was endlessly curious about his profession and the people he helped, the world around him, and his God,” Creighton President Rev. Daniel Hendrickson, SJ, said.
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Lighting the Way: Today’s Technology, Tomorrow’s Leaders

The Reader, August 2016
In 2010, Creighton University contracted out to have four individual solar arrays installed around campus.
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Satellite Data Show Salt Marsh Decline in Georgia

Savannah Morning News, Aug. 8, 2016
“It’s really like the plants went on a diet,” said Schalles, a professor of biology at Creighton University and an adjunct professor of marine science at the University of Georgia. “They’re not as robust.”
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Satellite Survey Shows Decline in Salt Marshes

Bryan County News, Aug. 8, 2016
The research was conducted by John Schalles, professor of biology at Creighton University in Nebraska and John O’Donnell, a graduate student in Creighton’s department of atmospheric sciences
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Salt Marshes Decline in Georgia Due to Climate Change: Researchers

Geospatial World, Aug. 8, 2016
The scope of the work would have been impossible if not for the satellite. The marsh is just too difficult to slog through and measure on this scale. “An ecologist could never do that in their lifetime,” John Schalles said.
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Sarpy County Developer, Bank of Nebraska Co-Founder Mike Hogan, 87, Was One of Papillion’s ‘Giants’

Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 9, 2016
Mike Hogan left a lasting impression on Sarpy County, one of the nation’s fastest-growing housing markets that the prolific real estate developer lived and worked in for nearly all his life, but he left an even bigger impression on his family. He graduated from Creighton University in 1951.
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Rural Economy Weakens in July: Survey

Illinois Farmer Today, Aug. 8, 2016
“Over the past 12 months, farm prices have fallen by 9 percent, and livestock prices are off by 16 percent. These weak agriculture commodity prices are pushing the overall Rural Mainstreet economy lower,” said Ernie Goss, chairman in regional economics at Creighton University.
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Most Everyone Can Use More Vitamin D, Aug. 8, 2016
How do you know if you have enough vitamin D? One approach to determining optimum vitamin D levels is to look at the current recommendation for nursing mothers, says professor and endocrinologist Dr. Robert Heaney, who founded Creighton University's Osteoporosis Research Center, which focuses on bone biology.
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Two Special Groups in Rio: Refugees and Jesuit-Educated Athletes

Ignatian Solidarity Network, Aug. 5, 2016
Creighton University alumnus Gregory Echenique (‘13) will become only the second Creighton basketball player to compete in the Olympics; he will play for the Venezuelan men’s basketball team, a team that is also making only its second appearance in a Summer Olympics.
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