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John O'Keefe, PhD, professor and interim chair of the Department of Theology, recently had his short film “Stargazers” featured on Nebraska PBS (NET).
LaShaune Johnson, PhD, associate professor, Master of Public Health, was interviewed for the National Black Leadership Empowerment Project's "Let's Talk About It" weekly web series.
Gail Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP, Dean of College of Professional Studies, has received the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Academy of Education’s Pauline Cerasoli Lectureship Award.
On Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021, Sarah Walker, Phd, associate professor in the Heider College of Business was announced as the interim vice provost for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion.
Noam Ebner, LLM, professor, in the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, co-presented a session on dispute prevention at the annual meeting of the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR).
Creighton University’s Center for Health Promotion and Well-Being partnered with FITgirl, Inc., on Feb. 28 to provide 60 Omaha girls with direct, hands-on learning experiences designed to encourage physical fitness and emotional well-being.
Helen S. Chapple, PhD, RN, MSN, professor, in the Bioethics program, recently participated in an American Medical Association videocast, AMA Covid-19 Video Update: Experts Discuss Moral Distress. Watch the full discussion here.
Faculty member, LaShaune Johnson, PhD, in the Master of Public Health program was elected incoming president of the Midwest Sociological Society, a nonprofit, regional, professional society dedicated to building community among sociologists and advancing sociological knowledge, teaching and practice.
In partnership with Common Sense Media, faculty Jean Hearn was featured in their February discussion, "The Role of Media and Technology in Early Childhood Development." Watch the full recording here.
Tom Lenz, PharmD, FACLM, professor and program director, Integrative Health and Wellness (MS), Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, was recently interviewed by WalletHub.com regarding the healthiest cities in America and is included in “2021’s Healthiest and Unhealthiest Cities in America.”