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A group of OT and PT students and an OT faculty member from Shanghai University of Traditional Medicine will be on-campus May 19-Aug. 16, 2014 participating in OT and PT coursework and events.
Dr. Paul Price's title of Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs has been changed to Associate Dean of Academic Affairs effective July 1, 2014.
Thirteen PPOTD students came to campus June 25-27 to begin research coursework.
Kimberly McClung, OTD'14 elected to Pi Theta Epsilon executive committee
Dr. Kelly Nelson was announced to be the new director of Creighton's Pediatric Therapy Clinic.
Multiple SPAHP Faculty and Staff have collaborated alongside other Creighton University faculty and staff members to contribute to a new textbook titled "Public Health: Improving Health via Inter-Professional Collaborations."
Creighton University and Kunming University signed a memorandum of understanding to set a guideline for future collaboration between the two schools.
SPAHP was given a monetary award and national recognition for having a high percentage of eligible members in their local AphA-ASP chapter.
Dr. Terry Grindstaff and Dr. Deborah Givens are looking for individuals to participate in a correlation study on knee osteoarthritis and thigh muscle function.
Jacqueline Schabold, Pharm.D.'15, held two lectures on Creighton's campus as a part of her certification as a NaProTechnology Pharmacist Consult.
Creighton University has established five memorandums of understanding with five chinese universities.
The Creighton chapter was recognized by APhA-ASP with a monetary award for completing a successful membership drive, surpassing the goal of enrolling more than 65% of the eligible student body.
Dr. Chris Destache was awarded a grant from Cerexa, Inc.
Dr. Nicole White was selected as one of eight 2014-15 Faculty Scholar by the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation.
Drs. Joy Doll, Katie Packard, Ann Ryan Haddad and Kim Begley, along with other CU faculty, are part of an interprofessional scholar team selected as a semifinalist in the NBME Centennial Scholar Prize Competition for the submission "Tying Teams Together".