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Dr. Chris Bradberry assumed the position of Interim University President, effective January, 2015, with Dr. Victoria Roche stepping in as Acting Dean for SPAHP.
Dr. René Padilla is leaving his administrative role in the SPAHP Office of Academic and Student Affairs to lead Creighton's newly re-named Office of Global Engagement.
Kevin Powers, Ph.D., is the newest member of the OASA team, joining as academic success consultant as of Jan. 15, 2015.
Dr. Brenda Coppard is leading an initiative to develop the Creighton-Gallop Index, beginning with the administration of the Creighton University Student Performance-Quality Indicators
Dr. Joy Doll, OTD, was awarded a CDC grant for her involvement with the project "Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities - Prevention and Survelllance.
The Creighton University Geriatric Physical Therapy Residency received accreditation status, effect Dec. 31, 2014.
Michelle Dupuy, BSPHA'81, was honored during Jan. 17, 2015 Jays Pink Out Basketball Game
Update from Dr. Gail Jensen provides information on EMS King Saud Collaboration; Director Recognition and Office Move.
Project Homeless Connect Omaha Volunteer Registration is Now Open!
Creighton, Regis announce historic partnership for online occupational therapy doctoral degree program
Keven Carney, OTD'15, was selected as a 2014 ASAHP Midwest Deans Legacy Scholarship recipient
Tracie Bowman presented a $10,000 check to Dean Chris Bradberry to help support student sholarships.
Dr. Angie Lampe joined Creighton OT Faculty, effective December, 2014.
New faculty and staff appointments, promotions and other personnel changes since October 2014 are listed here
Kendra McMullin and Tim Schroeder, gradautes of the distance pharmacy class of 2014 recently opened a compounding pharamcy in Spring, Texas together.

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