In September, about 100 Creighton alumni, friends, faculty, staff and community leaders — including Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen and Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert — celebrated the opening of the CL and Rachel Werner Center.
The donor-driven CL and Rachel Werner Center for Health Sciences Education — which broke ground in 2021 — is student focused, with nearly every square foot of the facility dedicated to classrooms, collaboration and hands-on learning.
Creighton alum Bryan McClure plays the Headless Knight in the new Disney adaptation of the beloved theme park attraction Haunted Mansion (in theaters July 28), and the role was, well, complicated.
Doug Ryan — an 86-year-old former banker and current professional Santa Claus — didn’t graduate from Creighton. But for many years, he more or less lived here.
We compiled a list of stats, facts and amusing anecdotes — a history of Creighton told through commencement.
Creighton's jesuit values motivated this alumnus to seek a greater purpose in providing accessible and affordable housing to the Omaha community
Rob Woodling, BSBA'99, wanted to create an organization that focused on serving others, impacting communities around him and involved aspects of Jesuit values he was so inspired by thanks to Creighton. In 2006, Woodling did just that by opening Foundations Development, which seeks to consulting and turnkey development for affordable housing projects.
This recent alumna never thought her effort to aid her team's staffing shortage would win her a "teaching Oscar"
Lisa Moody, MS'22, a special education teacher at Jefferson Elementary School, got clever when her team faced staffing shortages and ended up with a wonderful surprise because of her determination to make things work.