Creighton University Window Summer 1986
Webb, Martha Ellen
O'Connell, Patrick J.
Guthrie, Robert U.
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THE NURSE TOMORROW 'NIGHTINGLALES' FACE CHANGES / AS EDUCATION LEVEL RISES, NURSES GET READY FOR THE '90S Nursing is expected to need hundreds of thousands more people, with higher levels of education in the coming decade. Health Sciences News Bureau Editor Nancy Clark talked to experts. Page 4.'STAMPING OUT' OUR HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Dr. Martha Webb and recent Creighton graduate Patrick O'Connell examine stamp collecting and history. The events of science and technology are shown in stamps. Page 10.JOHN O'BRIEN: SCIENTIST/ARTIST / MEET A MAN OF TWO SIDES: DR. O'BRIEN, SCIENTIST, ARTIST Unlocking the secret of Tay-Sachs disease is just one accomplishment of artist-scientist Dr. John O'Brien, introduced to you by Window editor Robert Guthrie. Page 14.VATICAN II: DO THE 20 YEARS SINCE OFFER PROMISE? / VATICAN II: HAS ENOUGH TIME PASSED TO ASSESS ITS STATURE Experts see little possibility of assessing Vatican II's place in church history after only 20 years. Stephen Veenis-Kline, editor of Creighton's News Bureau, talked to theologians. Page 20.