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Alumni currently holding Creighton email accounts will have those accounts upgraded to the New CUmail, powered by Office 365, with migration to be completed by the end of 2015.
Dr. Amy Pick was a featured speaker at the Oncology Pharmacy Education Network national meeting in October and Upper Midwest Oncology Education Network in November.
Laura Cotiguala and Kevin Welch were selected to represent Creighton at the national 2014 ASHP clinical skills competition.
A 1907 Omaha Druggist entry reports Agnes Leahy, PhC'07 received top score on state licensing board.
Heidi Carpenter, OTD'14 Candidate accepts position as Creighton University's Pediatric Occupational Therapy Residency for 2015.
Keli Mu, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy, will serve as director of international relations for health sciences while maintaining his position as chair.
Kimberly Galt, Pharm.D., Ph.D., has been appointed one of three 2014-15 national research mentors for the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Academic Research Fellows Program (ARFP)
Halloween themed activities for families with special needs.
New pediatric aquatic program offered at CPT.
Dr. Sam Augustine and Dr. Jon Knezevich accept appointments in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
Dr. Alekha Dash was appointed Interim Associate Dean for Research, SPAHP, effective October 1, 2014.
Creighton continues its commitment to health and wellness by offering free flu shots to students, faculty, and staff.
Behnaz Sarrami, a second year distant student in pharmacy school at Creighton University, was recently published in the Student Pharmacist Magazine.
Dr. Lisa Black was presented the 2014 Achievement in Education Award by the Nebraska Physical Therapy Association during their fall 2014 meeting.
Creighton Pediatric Therapy now offers innovative VitalStim® Therapy to treat infants and children with dysphagia or swallowing difficulties.