Creighton's hearing center named after pioneering alumnus
The newly named Dr. Richard J. Bellucci Translational Hearing Center continues the legacy of its legendary namesake by building on his work and training a new generation of researchers.
For the first time in 75 years, former Creighton waterboy returns to campus
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.
$300, some wood and an apology
School of Law Dean Joshua Fershée recently received a peculiar piece of mail. A package with no return address, containing an apology letter, a $300 money order and a piece of wood.
Creighton University. Kid tested. Mother approved.
With Mother’s Day this month, we asked a group of moms to tell us what they love most about their children going to Creighton.
Creighton's early history of commencement is pretty funny
We compiled a list of stats, facts and amusing anecdotes — a history of Creighton told through commencement.
Thanks to a well-rounded college experience, this alumna gets to pursue her dream of producing joy at the happiest place on Earth
Victoria Vitola, BFA'15, chose Creighton because she believed it gave her the most well-rounded college experience where she not only learned the skills of her performance trade, but subjects such a English and Philosophy as well. Getting her degree at Creighton helped her fulfill her dream of working in children's theater, after countless summer trips to Disney's Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL.
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.
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.
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.
Nicole Simonson, MBA'20, speaks on how she plays a role in the entertainment industry to provide viewers with "Peak TV"
Her love of softball and curiosity to understand a more holistic approach to business brought Nicole Simonson, MBA'20, to Creighton for her masters. The versatility and flexibility of Creighton's MBA program encouraged her to find a job that fosters that curiosity and involves one of her biggest passions, entertainment.