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    • Center for Student Integrity 

      Nownes, Desiree (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The Center for Student Integrity (CSI) is the arm of Student Services that works with infractions of the Student Code of Conduct and other laws, policies and expectations that govern student behavior. All members of the ...
    • Cortina Community 

      Hunt, Emily (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The Cortina Program, founded in 2003, is an intentional living-learning community for sophomores housed in Mcgloin Hall. Currently, it is home to 54 male and female residents and 4 resident advisors. To accomplish our ...
    • Ignatian Advocacy: How the Creighton Center for Service and Justice Strives to Live out the Call to Ignatian Advocacy 

      Reed-Bouley, Ken (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      In response to the larger movements in the Society of Jesus and the world, the Creighton Center for Service and Justice formed an Advocacy Team in August of 2009. It quickly became a vehicle for students to live out the ...
    • A Community Outreach Clinical Rotation: Health Promotion Opportunities for Pharmacy Students 

      Haddad, Ann Ryan (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The clinical Community Outreach Rotation was established in January 2007 as an elective for senior pharmacy students. A total of 43 students have completed the rotation (1/07-1/11). Pharmacy students will benefit from ...
    • Creighton’s Online Retreat 

      Alexander, Andy S.J.; McCann Waldron, Maureen; Gillick, Larry S.J. (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      Creighton’s Online Retreat is a tool for entering into the movements of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. This retreat is designed for busy people who desire help in letting God transform their lives. The ...
    • Law School Dominican Republic Immersion Trips 

      Volkmer, Ron (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The Law School program has always included a wide variety of experiences that make it unique. The foremost goal of the experience to have students exposed to all aspects of Dominican culture. This is accomplished by field ...
    • Northeast India Study Abroad Trip 

      Ishii-Jordan, Sharon (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The First Student Trip During the next 18 months, the plan for a Creighton FLPA to Northeast India emerged with the appropriate paperwork completed, university/province approvals secured, support on both sides of the world ...
    • Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education (Catholic Social Learning: Educating the Faith That Does Justice) 

      Bergman, Roger (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The canon for Catholic social teaching spreads to six hundred pages, yet fewer than two pages are devoted to Catholic social learning or pedagogy. In this long-needed book, Roger Bergman begins to correct that gross ...
    • Ignatian Faculty-Staff-Student Retreats 

      Strietz, Judy (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      During the past twelve years, the Education Department has held faculty and staff retreats in the fall of each academic year to set the tone for integration and assessment of Ignatian charism activities. These retreats are ...
    • Vital Signs Mentoring Program 

      Millard, Michele (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      In the complex world of healthcare and increasing pressures on healthcare professionals, medical students have a need for purposeful personal and professional development. The Vital Signs Mentoring Program has been created ...
    • Creighton Pastoral Care 

      Perry, Russ (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The pastoral care givers at Creighton University Medical Center are an eclectic group of ordained, vowed, and lay servant ministers who provide round the clock pastoral care to everyone in the Hospital—patients, families, ...
    • Investigations of Calcium and Vitamin D to Improve Human Health: A Scientist at Work in the Osteoporosis Research Center 

      Lappe, Joan (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      Working in the rich scientific environment of the Osteoporosis Research Center (ORC), Dr. Joan Lappe has focused her research on the effects of nutrition and physical activity on promotion of health. Three of the projects ...
    • Jesuit Mission/Identity & Ignatian Pedagogy Blueline Course 

      Jorgensen, Diane (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      This course is an introduction to Ignatian Values, Ignatian Pedagogy and the Jesuit Mission as related to higher education, as well as an opportunity for those who are familiar with these to increase knowledge and deepen ...
    • CU Faculty Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education in the 21st Century 

      Welie, Jozef (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The Seminar is the main activity of the CU Faculty Mission and Identity Group (FMIG), which was founded in 2003 by a group of CU Faculty members who were inspired by their attending one of the Heartland Faculty Conversations. ...
    • When I was Hungry: Integrating Learning & Service 

      Boardman, Karen; Stockard Spelic, Stephanie; Furlong, Beth (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      “When I was hungry . . .” is both a metaphor and a lived experience for student learning. Combining service and learning, baccalaureate nursing students collaborate with community agencies to create specific programs that ...
    • Finding God in All Things: A Four-Part Lenten Retreat Series 

      Smith, Shannon (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      Finding God in All Things is a retreat inspired by the life and insight of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Offered in four sessions, this retreat connects key moments in the spiritual journey of St. Ignatius with poignant junctures ...
    • Folic Acid Promotion in the Spanish-speaking Community 

      Reynolds, Emily; Davelis, Mia; Ohri, Linda; Vanden Bosch, Alicia; Larsen, Mary (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      In the United States, Spanish-speaking populations are at increased risk versus English-speakers for neural tube birth defects, associated with folic acid (FA) deficiency. These defects include spina bifida and anencephaly. ...
    • The Magis Clinic 

      Shadle-Cusic, Marcia (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      The Magis Clinic began in 2004 when a group of Creighton medical students found there were few outpatient healthcare options available to the homeless and uninsured. The Magis Clinic was founded as a free medical clinic ...
    • VITA Tax Clinic – Winnebago, NE 

      Purcell, Thomas J. (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      Creighton students in Accounting 343 (Federal Income Tax), members of Beta Alpha Psi BAY, (the accounting honor society) and members of the Business Law Society (BLS) in the Law School decided to address this situation ...
    • Poverty In America: A Senior Perspective – Service Learning Course (SRP 470) 

      Smith, Alice (Creighton University, 2011-02-03)
      Students travel to West Virginia and live with a community that serves those of the area in various forms of outreach. There are opportunities for assisting in home repair, tutoring children, gathering and cooking for ...