In Creighton Connections, we speak with students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends about their experiences living in the new normal. How has COVID-19 changed their world? All interviews are, of course, conducted over the phone or online.
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Creighton Connections archive
”You leave Creighton a different person and a better person than when you came in.”
Nothing would keep him from finishing the 100-mile race. Not even brain cancer.
- Amy Rogge, OTD’08, who has found new ways to connect with her client families at her pediatric OT practice.
- Nurse Erin Muth, BSN’08, whose father nearly died of the coronavirus. Erin has since launched a cause to help hospitalized COVID-19 patients keep in touch with their families.
- Nicole Piemonte, PhD, assistant dean for Medical Education at Creighton’s Phoenix campus
- Emergency room doctor and disaster scientist Tom Kirsch, MD, BA’80
- Alumnus Jesse Zien, who’s converted his distillery to make hand sanitizer for first responders
- Eileen Burke-Sullivan, STD, Vice Provost for Mission and Ministry
- Alumnus William Delgado, MD’95, a dermatological surgeon in Bend, Oregon
- Molly Engelhardt, BSBA’04, a high school teacher in Hastings, Nebraska, and a fourth-generation Creighton alumna
- Alumna Michele Jarzynka, BSOT’88, a certified hand therapist for Nebraska Medicine in Omaha
- Father Andy Alexander, SJ, director of Creighton’s Collaborative Ministry Office and Online Ministries