Tuesday, May 24, 2022

College of Arts and Sciences

  • Andrew Ekpenyong, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, has been selected by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) as a research mentor for recipients of the...

    Ekpenyong Selected as Research Mentor by AAPM

    Andrew Ekpenyong, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, has been selected by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) as a research mentor for recipients of the...
  • Greg Zacharias, PhD, professor of English, director of the Center for Henry James Studies, and project director and co-general editor of The Complete Letters of Henry James, announced that the Modern...

    Complete Letters of Henry James Awarded 15th ‘Approved Edition’ Seal

    Greg Zacharias, PhD, professor of English, director of the Center for Henry James Studies, and project director and co-general editor of The Complete Letters of Henry James, announced that the Modern...
  • The presentation by Daniel DiLeo, PhD, assistant professor of theology and director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program, at the annual Schemmel theology lecture at Clarke University, in Dubuque, Iowa, on...

    DiLeo Featured in National Catholic Reporter

    The presentation by Daniel DiLeo, PhD, assistant professor of theology and director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program, at the annual Schemmel theology lecture at Clarke University, in Dubuque, Iowa, on...
  • Ogechukwu Williams, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of History, will give a lecture at the Critical Research on Africa series hosted by the University of Pittsburgh. Her lecture, “Medical...

    Williams to Lecture on Faith-Based Maternity Homes

    Ogechukwu Williams, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of History, will give a lecture at the Critical Research on Africa series hosted by the University of Pittsburgh. Her lecture, “Medical...
  • Tom Wong, PhD, assistant professor of physics, was interviewed for an article on Gizmodo on “Could Time Travel Ever Work?” At least for time travel into the future, the answer...

    Wong Interviewed on ‘Could Time Travel Ever Work?’

    Tom Wong, PhD, assistant professor of physics, was interviewed for an article on Gizmodo on “Could Time Travel Ever Work?” At least for time travel into the future, the answer...
  • Dan DiLeo, PhD, assistant professor and director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program, has been on the front lines of climate advocacy for years — and he’s about to...

    When Talk Means Action: Climate Change and Catholicism

    Dan DiLeo, PhD, assistant professor and director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program, has been on the front lines of climate advocacy for years — and he’s about to...
  • Daniel DiLeo, PhD, and Sabrina Danielsen, PhD, faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences, along with Creighton senior Emily Burke, read through thousands of columns and statements by U.S....

    Faculty, Student Publish in National Catholic Report

    Daniel DiLeo, PhD, and Sabrina Danielsen, PhD, faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences, along with Creighton senior Emily Burke, read through thousands of columns and statements by U.S....
  • Tom Simonds, SJ, professor, and Max Engel, PhD, assistant professor, both in the Department of Education, had an article published in the February edition of Priest Magazine. Members of the...

    Simonds and Engel Publish Article in Priest Magazine

    Tom Simonds, SJ, professor, and Max Engel, PhD, assistant professor, both in the Department of Education, had an article published in the February edition of Priest Magazine. Members of the...
  • A new book by Lydia Cooper, PhD, associate professor in the Department of English, will be published in June by Manchester University Press. Cormac McCarthy: A Complexity Theory of Literature offers...

    Cooper’s Book to be Published in June 2021

    A new book by Lydia Cooper, PhD, associate professor in the Department of English, will be published in June by Manchester University Press. Cormac McCarthy: A Complexity Theory of Literature offers...
  • Samer Al-khateeb, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, Design and Journalism, received a positive review from the ACM Computing Reviews Journal for his published book Deviance in...

    Al-khateeb’s Book Receives Positive Review from Journal

    Samer Al-khateeb, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, Design and Journalism, received a positive review from the ACM Computing Reviews Journal for his published book Deviance in...
  • Tom Wong, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, is featured in the latest episode of The Blunt Report, a science podcast, in a roughly 45-minute interview about quantum...

    Wong Interviewed for Science Podcast

    Tom Wong, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, is featured in the latest episode of The Blunt Report, a science podcast, in a roughly 45-minute interview about quantum...
  • David McPherson, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, has recently signed a contract with Oxford University Press for his second book monograph The Virtues of Limits. This book...

    McPherson Signs Book Contract, Participates in Symposia and Receives Sabbatical Fellowship

    David McPherson, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, has recently signed a contract with Oxford University Press for his second book monograph The Virtues of Limits. This book...
  • Joel Destino, PhD, assistant professor of chemistry, is among 25 outstanding teacher-scholars in chemistry, physics and astronomy named recipients of the $100,000 Research Corporation for Science Advancement’s 2021 Cottrell Scholar Awards....

    Destino Named a 2021 Cottrell Scholar Award Recipient

    Joel Destino, PhD, assistant professor of chemistry, is among 25 outstanding teacher-scholars in chemistry, physics and astronomy named recipients of the $100,000 Research Corporation for Science Advancement’s 2021 Cottrell Scholar Awards....
  • Roger Bergman, PhD, professor emeritus of cultural and social studies recently published Preventing Unjust War: A Catholic Argument for Selective Conscientious Objection. This book argues that selective conscientious objection, the right...

    Bergman Publishes ‘Preventing Unjust War’

    Roger Bergman, PhD, professor emeritus of cultural and social studies recently published Preventing Unjust War: A Catholic Argument for Selective Conscientious Objection. This book argues that selective conscientious objection, the right...
  • Members of the Social Science Data Lab at Creighton University, Pierce Greenberg, PhD, assistant professor of sociology; Rebecca Murray, PhD, professor of criminal justice; Dawn Irlbeck, PhD, associate professor of criminal justice;...

    Social Science Data Lab Faculty, Student Develop Racial Impact Statements

    Members of the Social Science Data Lab at Creighton University, Pierce Greenberg, PhD, assistant professor of sociology; Rebecca Murray, PhD, professor of criminal justice; Dawn Irlbeck, PhD, associate professor of criminal justice;...
  • Samantha Senda-Cook, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies, published the lead article in Argumentation and Advocacy in December. The paper is titled “Privilege in a Place Ballet: An Incomplete...

    Senda-Cook Published in Argumentation and Advocacy

    Samantha Senda-Cook, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies, published the lead article in Argumentation and Advocacy in December. The paper is titled “Privilege in a Place Ballet: An Incomplete...
  • Our Creighton colleagues are to be congratulated on a special issue of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal dedicated to Ignatian Leadership Formation. The essays, edited by Creighton theology professor Tom Kelly, PhD, and...

    Creighton Colleagues Publish on Ignatian Leadership

    Our Creighton colleagues are to be congratulated on a special issue of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal dedicated to Ignatian Leadership Formation. The essays, edited by Creighton theology professor Tom Kelly, PhD, and...
  • Dave Mullins, MFA, associate professor of creative writing in the Department of English, will read from his novel, The Brightest Place in the World, on Friday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m....

    Mullins Reads From His Novel for The National Willa Cather Center, Short Story Accepted for Publication

    Dave Mullins, MFA, associate professor of creative writing in the Department of English, will read from his novel, The Brightest Place in the World, on Friday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m....
  • Matthew L. Reznicek, PhD, associate professor in the Department of English, was recently invited to develop the first critical edition of Kate O’Brien’s As Music and Splendour by Syracuse University...

    Reznicek Invited to Develop First Critical Edition of ‘As Music and Splendour’

    Matthew L. Reznicek, PhD, associate professor in the Department of English, was recently invited to develop the first critical edition of Kate O’Brien’s As Music and Splendour by Syracuse University...
  • Samantha Senda-Cook, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies, published the lead article in Argumentation and Advocacy in December. The paper is titled “Privilege in a Place Ballet: An Incomplete Argument...

    Senda-Cook Publishes Article in Argumentation and Advocacy

    Samantha Senda-Cook, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies, published the lead article in Argumentation and Advocacy in December. The paper is titled “Privilege in a Place Ballet: An Incomplete Argument...
  • Max Engel, PhD, assistant professor of education and theology, co-authored a recently published article “Why Inclusion Isn’t Coming, It Is Already Here: Catholic Schools and Inclusive Education”y Here: Catholic Schools and...

    Engel Co-Authors Article About Inclusion in Catholic Schools

    Max Engel, PhD, assistant professor of education and theology, co-authored a recently published article “Why Inclusion Isn’t Coming, It Is Already Here: Catholic Schools and Inclusive Education”y Here: Catholic Schools and...
  • Members of the Social Science Data Lab at Creighton University (Pierce Greenberg, PhD, assistant professor of sociology, Rebecca Murray, PhD, professor of criminal justice, Dawn Irlbeck, PhD, associate professor of criminal...

    Faculty Present Research on Racial Impact Statements to Nebraska Unicameral Rules Committee

    Members of the Social Science Data Lab at Creighton University (Pierce Greenberg, PhD, assistant professor of sociology, Rebecca Murray, PhD, professor of criminal justice, Dawn Irlbeck, PhD, associate professor of criminal...
  • April Buschelman, EdD, director of certification and field placement in the Department of Education, has been featured by Zippia: The Career Expert on a panel of experts weighing in on current job market trends in education....

    Buschelman Featured in Zippia

    April Buschelman, EdD, director of certification and field placement in the Department of Education, has been featured by Zippia: The Career Expert on a panel of experts weighing in on current job market trends in education....
  • Eric Bredahl, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Pre-Health Professions, published an article in the December issue of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise entitled “Resistance Training...

    Bredhal Published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise

    Eric Bredahl, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Pre-Health Professions, published an article in the December issue of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise entitled “Resistance Training...
  • Greg Zacharias, PhD, professor of English and director of the Center for Henry James Studies, announced that the University of Nebraska Press published The Complete Letters of Henry James, 1884-1886, vol....

    Complete Letters of Henry James Publishes Its 14th Volume

    Greg Zacharias, PhD, professor of English and director of the Center for Henry James Studies, announced that the University of Nebraska Press published The Complete Letters of Henry James, 1884-1886, vol....