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Palma Strand, JD, professor, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Graduate School, recently published the essay, "Truth and reconciliation through dialogue and deliberation: Reflections from a racially divided America," in the inaugural edition of the Deliberative Democracy Digest.
Jennifer Moss Breen, PhD, associate professor and program director of the Interdisciplinary Leadership program co-authored a new book entitled, Effective Leadership for Overcoming ICT Challenges in Higher Education. The book gives insight into academic culture through the lens of educators in higher education.
Max Engel, PhD, assistant professor and program director in the Graduate School’s Master of Education in Secondary School Teaching program is co-author of “Why Inclusion Isn’t Coming, It Is Already Here: Catholic Schools and Inclusive Special Education” featured in the Journal of Catholic Education.
Shirley Blanchard, PhD, ABDA, OTR/L, FAOTA, professor of occupational therapy and medicine, has received board certification in physical rehabilitation from the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). This distinction has been accomplished by fewer than 1% of occupational therapists nationally.
Helen Stanton Chapple, PhD, RN, MA, MSN, professor, Master of Science in Bioethics, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Graduate School, had an article published in the AMA Journal of Ethics, "Bringing Dying Out of the Hospital's Closet."
Despite the challenges the world faced as a result of COVID-19, Creighton University Graduate School remained more committed than ever to ensuring we provided quality education to all of our students, whether they were enrolled in on campus or online programs. Our 2019-2020 Annual Report showcases the many ways in which the Graduate School, College of Professional Studies and Teaching & Learning Center continue striving to meet the University’s strategic priorities.
Jian Zuo, PhD, professor and chair, and Peter Steyger, PhD, professor, both in the Department of Biomedical Sciences in the School of Medicine, earned a $2.1 million, three-year subaward through the University of Montana from the Office of Naval Research.
Jay Carney, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Theology, has published For God and My Country: Catholic Leadership in Modern Uganda, with the Cascade Press Studies in World Catholicism series. The book examines the compelling biographies of seven grassroots and national leaders in postcolonial Uganda, exploring how each embodied key themes in Catholic social teaching in the public square.
An article by Noam Ebner, LLM, professor, had the article “Designing Binge-Worthy Courses” published in Harvard Law School's Negotiation Journal, which applies findings on the neuroscience of binge-watching in reimagining course design. The article asks the question: How can we increase student engagement and motivation in our courses, particularly in the face of Zoom fatigue?
Ernest Goss, PhD, professor of economics, was recently cited by the New York Times, appearing in the print edition of the Oct. 23, 2020, issue. Goss provides his perspective on the economy of Iowa and the Midwest during the novel coronavirus pandemic.