Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Graduate School and College of Professional Studies

  • Kate Nolt, MPH, PhD, assistant professor, Master of Public Health, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, presented results of a study on “Health Disparities Related to Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD)/Internet...

    Nolt Presents at Conference

    Kate Nolt, MPH, PhD, assistant professor, Master of Public Health, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, presented results of a study on “Health Disparities Related to Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD)/Internet...
  • Noam Ebner, professor, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, had his paper on education in the field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), “Teaching the World: Educational...

    Ebner Paper Published

    Noam Ebner, professor, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, had his paper on education in the field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), “Teaching the World: Educational...
  • Kate Nolt, PhD, MPH, assistant professor, Master of Public Health, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, co-authored a new policy statement which was accepted by the American Public Health Association...

    Nolt Co-Authors New Policy Statement

    Kate Nolt, PhD, MPH, assistant professor, Master of Public Health, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, co-authored a new policy statement which was accepted by the American Public Health Association...
  • Noam Ebner, professor, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, gave the keynote address at the 2021 Northern California Alternative Dispute Resolution Faculty Conference hosted by UC...

    Ebner Gives Presentations

    Noam Ebner, professor, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, gave the keynote address at the 2021 Northern California Alternative Dispute Resolution Faculty Conference hosted by UC...
  • Helen S. Chapple, PhD, RN, MSN, professor of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School, had an article “Placing a Central Vascular Access Device in a Patient With Substance Use Disorder:...

    Chapple Published in ‘Journal of Infusion Nursing’

    Helen S. Chapple, PhD, RN, MSN, professor of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School, had an article “Placing a Central Vascular Access Device in a Patient With Substance Use Disorder:...
  • Gail Jensen, PhD, PT, FAPTA, dean of the Graduate School and College of Professional Studies and vice provost for Learning and Assessment, is the 2020 graduation speaker for Elon University’s...

    Jensen Named Graduation Speaker for Elon DPT Program

    Gail Jensen, PhD, PT, FAPTA, dean of the Graduate School and College of Professional Studies and vice provost for Learning and Assessment, is the 2020 graduation speaker for Elon University’s...
  • The EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership Program hosted a virtual celebration to recognize December graduates. Keynote speaker Dr. Charles Thomas Jr. joined the ceremony on Dec. 10. Share/Bookmark

    EdD Program Recognizes December Graduates

    The EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership Program hosted a virtual celebration to recognize December graduates. Keynote speaker Dr. Charles Thomas Jr. joined the ceremony on Dec. 10. Share/Bookmark
  • Kate Nolt, PhD, assistant professor in the MPH Program in the Graduate School, co-authored two policy statements which have now been accepted by APHA and will be made public within...

    Nolt Authors Policy Statements for APHA

    Kate Nolt, PhD, assistant professor in the MPH Program in the Graduate School, co-authored two policy statements which have now been accepted by APHA and will be made public within...
  • Dhitinut Ratnapradipa, PhD, professor and chair, Masters of Public Health Program, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School has co-authored an article titled “College students’ perceptions of vaping and vaping policy,”...

    Ratnapradipa Published in Health Behavior & Policy Review

    Dhitinut Ratnapradipa, PhD, professor and chair, Masters of Public Health Program, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School has co-authored an article titled “College students’ perceptions of vaping and vaping policy,”...
  • James Martin Jr., PhD, associate professor, EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, was the recipient of the Robert Heaney Graduate Research Mentor Award at the University...

    Martin Receives Robert Heaney Graduate Research Mentor Award

    James Martin Jr., PhD, associate professor, EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, was the recipient of the Robert Heaney Graduate Research Mentor Award at the University...
  • Palma Strand, JD, professor of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School, co-authored “U.S. Tax Systems Need Anti-Racist Restructuring” in Tax Notes. The authors examine the racist history of U.S. tax systems and...

    Strand Co-Authors Article in Tax Notes

    Palma Strand, JD, professor of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School, co-authored “U.S. Tax Systems Need Anti-Racist Restructuring” in Tax Notes. The authors examine the racist history of U.S. tax systems and...
  • Congratulations to the faculty and students chosen for the latest cohort of Kingfisher Research and Scholarship Fellows! Fellows from across Creighton’s schools and colleges will meet throughout the coming academic...

    Congratulations to 2020-2021 Kingfisher Research & Scholarship Fellows

    Congratulations to the faculty and students chosen for the latest cohort of Kingfisher Research and Scholarship Fellows! Fellows from across Creighton’s schools and colleges will meet throughout the coming academic...
  • Candace Bloomquist, PhD, assistant professor of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School, recently wrote a blog post, “Nine Minutes: A Reflection on Leadership in Light of Racism.” Read the blog...

    Nine Minutes: A Reflection on Leadership in Light of Racism

    Candace Bloomquist, PhD, assistant professor of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School, recently wrote a blog post, “Nine Minutes: A Reflection on Leadership in Light of Racism.” Read the blog...
  • Jacqueline Font-Guzmán, PhD, JD, MHA, professor of law and conflict studies, and the director of the NCR program, was recently featured in a National Geographic article “Why Puerto Rico has debated...

    Font-Guzmán Featured in National Geographic

    Jacqueline Font-Guzmán, PhD, JD, MHA, professor of law and conflict studies, and the director of the NCR program, was recently featured in a National Geographic article “Why Puerto Rico has debated...
  • Andrew Ekpenyong, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, and his graduate student, Honour Djam, and former students Bong Lee and Sindhuja Suresh, co-authored a book chapter titled ”Quantum Dots...

    Ekpenyong and Graduate Student Publish Book Chapter

    Andrew Ekpenyong, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, and his graduate student, Honour Djam, and former students Bong Lee and Sindhuja Suresh, co-authored a book chapter titled ”Quantum Dots...
  • On June 3, the EdD program in Interdisciplinary Leadership held an inaugural induction ceremony (virtually) for the newly-established Creighton University Chapter of the International Interdisciplinary Honor Society (Alpha Iota Sigma...

    Alpha Iota Sigma Honor Society Induction Ceremony

    On June 3, the EdD program in Interdisciplinary Leadership held an inaugural induction ceremony (virtually) for the newly-established Creighton University Chapter of the International Interdisciplinary Honor Society (Alpha Iota Sigma...
  • Jim Martin, PhD, associate professor, EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership program, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, had an article, “The Influence of Democratic Electoral Processes on Inflows of Foreign Direct...

    Martin’s Article Published in the Journal of Economic Insight

    Jim Martin, PhD, associate professor, EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership program, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, had an article, “The Influence of Democratic Electoral Processes on Inflows of Foreign Direct...
  • Jim Martin, PhD, associate professor, EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership program, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, recently submitted his collage and alcohol ink art piece “Trees” to the Kaneko’s “Tesselation”...

    Martin’s Art Piece For The Kaneko’s “Tesselation” Project Accepted

    Jim Martin, PhD, associate professor, EdD in Interdisciplinary Leadership program, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, recently submitted his collage and alcohol ink art piece “Trees” to the Kaneko’s “Tesselation”...
  • A special issue of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, showcasing international education, features the work of several Creighton University faculty members. The project, Vol. 9 No. 1 of the peer-reviewed...

    Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal Features Work of Creighton Faculty

    A special issue of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, showcasing international education, features the work of several Creighton University faculty members. The project, Vol. 9 No. 1 of the peer-reviewed...
  • LaShaune Johnson, PhD, associate professor, of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School; Dr. Jennifer Thompson, Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Psychoeducation at Université de Montréal, Canada; and Dr. Casey...

    Johnson’s Fieldnotes Featured in Qualitative Education and Social Science Research

    LaShaune Johnson, PhD, associate professor, of interdisciplinary studies in the Graduate School; Dr. Jennifer Thompson, Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Psychoeducation at Université de Montréal, Canada; and Dr. Casey...
  • Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, PhD, JD, professor of law and conflict studies, was featured in “How Much Will a Scandal Over Aid Harm Puerto Rico?” from the Latin America Advisor. Read the...

    Font-Guzmán Featured in Latin America Advsior

    Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, PhD, JD, professor of law and conflict studies, was featured in “How Much Will a Scandal Over Aid Harm Puerto Rico?” from the Latin America Advisor. Read the...
  • Gail M. Jensen, PhD, PT, FAPTA, professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and dean of the Graduate School and College of Professional Studies and Jennifer Furze, PT, DPT, PCS, pediatric residency...

    Jensen, Furze Co-Publish in PT Journal

    Gail M. Jensen, PhD, PT, FAPTA, professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and dean of the Graduate School and College of Professional Studies and Jennifer Furze, PT, DPT, PCS, pediatric residency...
  • Each year, Creighton University bestows awards during the University Founders Week to outstanding men and women who have made an impact to our campus and community. This year’s honorees will...

    Congratulations to the 2019-2020 University Founders Week Honorees

    Each year, Creighton University bestows awards during the University Founders Week to outstanding men and women who have made an impact to our campus and community. This year’s honorees will...
  • Timothy C. Guetterman, PhD, associate professor, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, recently had an article, “Medical Students’ Experiences and Outcomes Using a Virtual Human Simulation to Improve Communication Skills:...

    Guetterman Published in Journal of Medical Internet Research

    Timothy C. Guetterman, PhD, associate professor, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, recently had an article, “Medical Students’ Experiences and Outcomes Using a Virtual Human Simulation to Improve Communication Skills:...
  • Gail M. Jensen, PhD, PT, FAPTA, professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and dean of the Graduate School and College of Professional Studies, led as co-editor of the first...

    Jensen Led Co-Edit of First PT Textbook on Clinical Reasoning and Decision-Making

    Gail M. Jensen, PhD, PT, FAPTA, professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and dean of the Graduate School and College of Professional Studies, led as co-editor of the first...