This December, Heider College of Business seniors Roland Onwona-Agyeman and Ophelie Koffi will become the first two members of the Union Pacific Diversity Scholars Program to graduate from Creighton.
After obtaining biology and entomology degrees, Lee Noel changed course and changed his life.
As an illustrator and film concept artist with a global following, Caniglia’s work has been featured in more than 100 novels, and numerous magazines, movies, albums and comic books.
Cura personalis has always been the cornerstone of Brittany, BSHS’06, OTD’06, and Adam Stryker's, BSBA’03, approach to pediatric orthopedics
Brittany, BSHS’06, OTD’06, and Adam Stryker, BSBA’03, took the jesuit values learned at Creighton to heart when opening their practice, Orthopedic Motion. They have partnered with Creighton students and graduates to help carry on their mission here at their Omaha office as they run their location in Las Vegas, NV.
As one of The Hill's Top Lobbyists, Michaela Sims, JD'96, loves mentoring the next generation of Creighton law students through the GOAL Program
Michaela Sims, JD'96, has come a long way in her 17-year-long lobbying career. In this time, she has gone from crashing on a friend's couch to running two of her own lobbying firms in Washington D.C., one of which she still manages. Sims has also been an integral part, as program director, of Creighton’s Government Organization and Leadership (GOAL) program for over a decade.
Here are a few stories of Creighton Jesuits who took the time and attention to care for the whole person, who offered words of consolation and spiritual direction to any student seeking something more from their university.