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The United States occupies 3.8 million square miles and is home to an estimated 327 million people, so the fact that two 2018 graduates of Creighton University’s online Master of Science in Health and Wellness Coaching program (now called Integrative Health and Wellness) met each other in Atlanta at a new employee training session constituted a significant bucking of the odds.
The Center for Professional and Corporate Excellence has taken its services on the road this summer to conduct classes in California and Minnesota.
Creighton University’s Master of Science in Health and Wellness Coaching program has received approval from the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching.
Seven Graduate School students have successfully completed the first Graduate Alumni Board Leadership Fellows Program. This new program was designed to provide mentorship and coaching to the students in order to help them strengthen their leadership skills.
The American Academy of Nursing (Academy) announced that it has selected 231 highly distinguished nurse leaders as its 2019 class of Academy fellows.
“I am so happy for these graduates,” says Laurie Baedke, FACHE, FACMPE, program director of the Executive MBA in Healthcare Management programs. “They took a leap of faith on a new program and bought into the cohort-based learning."
The Heider College of Business and the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce have teamed up to provide metropolitan area professionals programming that enhances their work and personal lives.
Creighton hosted the University’s first TEDxCreightonU this past year—featuring faculty, staff and students speaking on leadership and leading. Dr. Leah Georges, assistant professor in Creighton’s EdD program, spoke on a multigenerational workforce.
Peters was named a Fast Tracker—10 under 40 by Railway Age, a rail transport industry journal. Railway Age honors rising stars in the industry each year.