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Taking place in Nebraska, Kassandra Montag's first novel After the Flood is the story of a mother in a post apocalyptic world. In an interview with Creighton's alumni office, Montag details how her background and experience at Creighton formed her into a next level writer.
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, MHA, JD, PhD, professor and program director of the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution masters program, provides her perspective in National Geographic's article "Why Puerto Rico has debated U.S. statehood since its Colonization."
Emergency Medical Services Program Director and Assistant Professor, Dr. Mike Miller started his Creighton career as an undergraduate in emergency medicine. He went on to earn both a masters and doctoral degree from Creighton Graduate School in his pursuit to provide the best emergency medical education to students.
Creighton's College of Nursing Doctor of Nursing Program is ranked 10th in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report's listings of America's "Best Graduate Schools" for 2020.
What happens when a community is in desperate need of something? You step and help. The global pandemic caused everyday products to fly off shelves, challenging our supply and demand chains. One faculty member decided to step in when he noticed that hand sanitizer was being significantly impacted.
Creighton University Graduate School and Department of Interdisciplinary Studies welcomes new Public Health director, Dr. Dhitinut Ratnapradipa.
Graduate School students were among the 2200 degrees awarded in the Spring 2020 commencement ceremonies. The two ceremonies were held online due to coronavirus restrictions.
As New York is an epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, LT j.g. Genienne McGrath is on the front lines in this new environment. Currently studying for her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), McGrath is helping to care for COVID-19 patients.
Students like Isaac Piepszowski enroll in Creighton University’s Master Of Education In Secondary School Teaching program to make a difference in the lives of children and to take on new professional roles in education. Piepszowski is doing just that, as he and his fellow Magis classmates work to help the Red Cloud Indian School transition to online learning in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.