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June 7, 2016
2016’s Best Cities for Summer Jobs

Wallet Hub, May 31, 2016
Being the Career and Internship Counselor at Creighton University as well as the Program Supervisor for the EDGE Internship Program, I see a lot of successful behaviors and unsuccessful behaviors related to the job/internship search. My hope in meeting and having students participate in our program is that if they fall into the common job searching mistakes that we can address and positively correct, those unwanted behaviors or oversights can turn into strengths in the future.
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La Vista company teams up with Creighton University scientist to fight antibiotic-resistant diseases

Omaha World-Herald, June 6, 2016
John’s case, Kreifels told his boss, was the kind where their company’s technology and Creighton University scientist Nancy Hanson’s research into bacterial resistance could merge to produce a beneficial product.
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Family fun, fitness event along 24th Street corridor; other community events planned

Omaha World-Herald, June 4, 2016
A one-mile walk/run will kick off “Let’s Move. Let’s REACH” on June 11. The event is part of Creighton University’s three-year grant, REACH (Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which works to promote healthy lifestyles for the African-American community in Omaha.
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Four Popular Coffee Myths, Debunked by Science

Life Hacker, June 6, 2016
And in another study, led by Robert Heaney, MD, at the Creighton University School of Medicine, also published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Heaney notes that most research linking caffeine to bone mass is conducted on elderly people whose diets are already low on sources of calcium because they drink so much coffee and soda and don’t drink anything else.
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Dr. W. Eugene Roberts Receives Albert H. Ketcham Memorial Award

Orthodontics Products, June 3, 2016
The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO) awarded the Albert H. Ketcham Memorial Award, its highest honor, to W. Eugene Roberts, DDS, PhD, of Indianapolis, Indiana, at its recent Excellence in Orthodontics Luncheon and Awards Ceremony, held in conjunction with the 2016 American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) Annual Session, in Orlando, Florida. Roberts received his dental degree from Creighton University.
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Brian Rockey will head Nebraska Lottery

Lincoln Journal Star, June 6, 2016
Brian Rockey, former manager in the Nebraska Department of Revenue's Lottery and Charitable Gaming Division, will return as its director beginning July 1, Tax Commissioner Tony Fulton announced Monday. He has a Bachelor of Arts from Creighton University.
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Spiva: Binding the Joplin community

Joplin Independent, June 4, 2016
Artist Matthew Dehaemers has a fantastic talent utilizing light and different textures. His latest exhibit is now in the Main Gallery at the George A. Spiva Center for the Arts until July 3, 2016. Dehaemers graduated from Creighton University in 1996.
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Counsel for title company enjoys being part of city's growth

Sioux Falls Business Journal, June 6, 2016
This week’s Monday Q&A features Michael Anderson, legal counsel at First Dakota Title. A Sioux Falls native, he is a graduate of Augustana University and the Creighton University School of Law.
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Economist: overtime pay rule could cause some Missouri businesses to close

Missourinet, June 3, 2016
“That’s likely to have some unintended consequences and not all of those unintended consequences are going to be good,” says Goss. “I think Washington is regulating a lot of businesses out of business.”
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Businesses Could Close Under New Federal Rule

KTTS 94.7 FM, June 3, 2016
A Creighton University professor says it will extend overtime pay to those making up to $47,000 and working more than 40 hours a week.
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Nebraska economist warns new federal rule could cost state jobs

Nebraska Radio Network, June 7, 2016
“You’re likely to see a cut in benefits, for example. You’re likely to see hours worked cut back so that you’ll have two workers doing what was done previously,” said Goss. “So you could have more jobs added but each worker then will be making less. Of course, that’s not helpful for the overall economy in my judgment.”
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Economist: Overtime Pay Rule Could Cause Businesses to Close

OzarksFirst, June 3, 2016
A federal rule taking effect in December will have a negative impact on Missouri's economy, according to Creighton University economist Ernie Goss.
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Midwest's business conditions index improves

AgriMarketing, June 6, 2016 The Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region stretching from Arkansas to North Dakota, increased for May after declining for two straight months.
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Supply managers hopeful for economic turnaround

Kearney Hub, June 2, 2016
“The region’s manufacturing sector is expanding but at a slow pace as gains for nondurable-goods producers more than offset continuing losses for regional durable-goods manufacturers,” said Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who oversees the survey.
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Midwest economic survey index rose in May

KTMX-FM 104.9, June 2, 2016
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss oversees the survey, and he says the region’s manufacturing sector is expanding.
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Midwest business conditions improve

The Gazette, June 1, 2016
“The region’s manufacturing sector is expanding, but at a slow pace as gains for nondurable goods producers more than offset continuing losses for regional durable goods manufacturers,” said Ernie Goss, director of Creighton’s Economic Forecasting Group.
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Economic survey index for region including Arkansas rose in May, report says

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, June 1, 2016
"Recent economic improvements among the region's key trading partners assisted exports for the month," Goss said. "At the same time, growth in regional manufacturing pushed supply managers to maintain buying from abroad."
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