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June 21, 2016
1948-2016 | A Times Art Treasure Comes to an Omaha Library

The New York Times, June 16, 2016
“Kingman was a wunderkind who had commissions from the National Park Service while he was still an undergraduate at Yale, and eight of those paintings won international awards at an exposition in Paris,” said Maureen McCann Waldron, the chairwoman of the Kingman/New York Times Mural Committee in Omaha and a retired administrator at Creighton University.
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CU Medical Center’s move to Bergan will lead to even more job openings

Omaha World-Herald, June 19, 2016
Creighton medical center’s president, Kevin Nokels, said a shortage of health care workers already has left the two hospitals — Creighton and Bergan — with about 200 openings. The new teaching hospital at Bergan will require an additional 200 people as well, he said.
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Kelly: Tri-Faith Initiative shows different religions 'can and will' co-exist in peace, co-founder says

Omaha World-Herald, June 20, 2016
Mohiuddin, 78, a Creighton University cardiologist since 1970, is a founder of the Tri-Faith Initiative in Omaha, which is building — through donated funds — a $60 million campus with a synagogue, a church and a mosque.
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Climate change specialists urge action at Creighton forum

Omaha World-Herald, June 20, 2016
The United States needs to focus more on adapting to inevitable extreme weather events, said Chantal Oudkerk Pool, a senior adviser for the City of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Oudkerk Pool was among seven climate change specialists from around the world who visited Creighton University on Monday afternoon.
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Handwriting camp teaches letters, yoga

KMTV, June 20, 2016
A study out from CNN shows 33 percent of adults find their own handwriting illegible. A camp offered by Creighton University Pediatric Therapy helps nip that problem in the bud before kids get to that point.
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A priest, the governor and a Creighton baseball star can all be found in the stands of the most lovable sporting event ever held in Omaha: The Dundee Wiffle Ball Classic.

Omaha World-Herald, June 20, 2016
Rory, Henry, Kieran and Brian Kelly grew up pitching Wiffle balls to one another in the front yard, a direct result of their parents Catherine and Joe Kelly’s first rule of child rearing: no cable TV in the house.
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Rural U.S. Economy Remains Sluggish

Electric Co-op Today, June 21, 2016
It’s getting tougher to get a loan in rural America. That is one of the takeaways from the June edition of Creighton University’s Rural Mainstreet Index, which says the economy in rural America remains sluggish amid weak farmland prices and pessimism from bankers.
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Tightening Farm Loan Terms

RFD TV, June 20, 2016
With lower farm incomes, farm loan terms are tightening in rural America. The Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index for this month shows 73.5 percent of rural bankers have increased collateral requirements. Over 50% have boost interest rates and 35.3% have rejected a higher percentage of farm loans.
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Nebraska’s economy losing momentum

AgNet, June 17, 2016
“This is the 10th straight month the overall index has remained below growth neutral. Even though agriculture and energy commodity prices have increased recently, they remain well below last year’s prices and from their peak levels in 2011,” said Ernie Goss, Jack A. MacAllister Chair in Regional Economics at Creighton University’s Heider College of Business. “Over the past 12 months, farm prices are down by 9.5 percent, grain prices are off by 4 percent, and livestock is down by 15 percent,”
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Rural Banks Tightening Farm Loan Terms

Growing Wisconsin, June 20, 2016
Rural bank CEO's have tightened farm loan terms due to low commodity prices, according to this month's Rural Mainstreet Index (RMI) survey conducted by Dr. Ernie Goss, Creighton University.
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?Healthier? vodka debuts in Atlanta

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 21, 2016
NTX has three properties that make it a more healthful choice for drinkers, said Sidney Stohs, dean emeritus of Creighton University Medical Center School of Pharmacy in Nebraska and lead author on the trial results.
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Health expert seeks end to women’s reproductive issues

The Guardian (Nigeria), June 21, 2016
According to her, “It is a new reproductive science which applies medicine and surgery to the woman’s menstrual cycle, which is a system that was discovered by Prof TW Hilgers at Creighton University in Omaha, hence the name.”
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Psychiatrist, Andrew J. Lancia, MD, to be Published in The Leading Physicians of the World as New Member of the International Association of HealthCare Professionals, IAHCP

Bloomberg, June 20, 2016
The International Association of HealthCare Professionals is pleased to welcome Andrew J. Lancia, MD, Psychiatrist, to their prestigious organization with his upcoming publication in TheLeading Physicians of the World. Dr. Lancia was educated at Creighton University and completed a residency at University of Iowa.
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Accuracy of the Subchondral Smile and Surface Referencing Techniques in Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty

Healio Orthopedics, June 20, 2016
The authors are from Creighton University Orthopaedics and the CHI Health Shoulder Center (MFD), Omaha, Nebraska.
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