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Littleton Alston

How Littleton Alston found his way to Statuary Hall

In June, Littleton Alston became the first African American sculptor to place a statue in the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall, a career milestone traced back to a believing mother.

Kate Tietjen

May graduates making an impact through volunteer service

Several members of the Class of 2023 are working in post-graduation service programs throughout the country, making an impact through life-changing service work.

Tricia Jedele

Combing a love for the environment and the law

Tricia O’Hare Jedele, JD’98, director of offshore wind policy at the Nature Conservancy, has made a career in environmental law.

Scott Shipman, MD, MPH

Shipman leading new Institute for Population Health

Scott Shipman, MD, MPH, executive director of Creighton’s new Institute for Population Health (IPH), discusses the opportunity for the University to be a leader in the field of population health.

Creighton College of Nursing students

Harper family scholarship a game changer for the College of Nursing

A new scholarship program created by one of the largest gifts ever made to Creighton’s College of Nursing will help meet a critical need for Nebraska nursing leaders.

Bryan Skar, DDS

Skar returns to Creighton as new chair of pediatric dentistry

Bryan Skar, DDS, BS’04, who has a passion for pediatric care, has joined the School of Dentistry, thanks to a gift from a grateful alumnus.

Don Doll, SJ

Don Doll, SJ, gifts 54 years of photos to Creighton Archives

A Creighton Jesuit whose photography won international acclaim over the past 50 years is donating his entire collection to the Creighton University archives.

Sade Kosoko-Lasaki, MD

CDC asks Creighton to boost health awareness in minority communities

Creighton’s Center for Promoting Health and Health Equity, co-led by Sade Kosoko-Lasaki, MD, MBA’05, (pictured) has received $1.02 million in funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to address public health.

Jason Bartz, PhD

Creighton researcher to probe puzzle of infectious prions

Jason Bartz, PhD, has been awarded $2.7 million from the National Institutes of Health to research how infectious prions enter the human body and then migrate to the central nervous system.