Creighton University Magazine Fall/Winter 2012
Doll, Don, S.J.
McMahon, Cindy Murphy
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GUIDED BY THE SPIRIT: DON DOLL, S.J., CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY / GUIDED BY THE SPIRIT For 50 years, nationally acclaimed photographer and Creighton Jesuit Don Doll has taken pictures that shine a light on injustice and reflect God’s love for all people — no matter their race, religion or culture. Page 8.CREIGHTON IS IGNITING THE GREATNESS: COLLEGE OF BUSINESS KICKS OFF CAMPAIGN / CREIGHTON IS IGNITING THE GREATNESS Dean Anthony Hendrickson, Ph.D., calls Creighton’s College of Business a hidden gem — with nationally recognized programs and faculty, and graduates who are in demand from Main Street to Wall Street. A new campaign looks to take the college to even greater heights. Page 16.ON THE PRECIPICE OF A PHYSICIAN SHORTAGE: HOW DID WE GET THERE, AND WHAT DO WE DO ABOUT IT? / ON THE PRECIPICE OF A PHYSICIAN SHORTAGE Donald Frey, M.D., Creighton’s vice president for Health Sciences, writes that a physician shortage is looming in America. How can universities address this coming crisis? He shares some solutions. Also, learn about the new Alegent Creighton Health and Creighton’s medical campus in Phoenix. Page 20.FOOD FOR THE JOURNEY One began his journey in rural North Carolina with only $35 in his pocket. Another began his journey in Africa, carrying his only pair of shoes. While their paths differed, they did share at least one important stop on their road to serve God and others — Creighton University. Page 24.MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD New Creighton University history professor Baba Jallow, Ph.D., brings a unique perspective to the classroom — that of an exiled journalist. Before coming to the United States, he was founder and editor of a newspaper in Gambia. Page 28.