The $5 million grant to Creighton University is one of $123 million in surprise grants awarded by Trustees of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust to 71 Arizona nonprofits.
On Wednesday, May 12, Creighton celebrated the ceremonial groundbreaking of the CL Werner Center for Health Sciences Education, a new facility that will dramatically change the west side of campus.
As Creighton continues to expand its reach in Phoenix and globally, the CL Werner Center for Health Sciences Education will serve as a modern connection between the health sciences on the Omaha campus.
Creighton alumnus Eric A. Yancy, MD'76, joined a small ensemble of health care workers to sing the national anthem at the NCAA men's basketball title game.
Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust is investing $10 million in a collaboration between Creighton University and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) in Phoenix that will provide improved access and quality of care to those most in need while growing skilled medical professionals for Arizona.
Creighton University has announced the CL Werner Center for Health Sciences Education and the new home of the Creighton School of Medicine.
Creighton University has received a $25 million gift for the establishment of the Arrupe Global Scholars and Partnerships Program, which seeks to improve the health and well-being of the international poor and educate future servant-leader physicians.
A transformation is taking place in Arizona’s health care landscape, along with a substantial boost to the local economy.