Bailey’s Research Finds CON Laws Raise Healthcare Costs

Nov 7, 2016

Dr. James Bailey found that CON laws failed to achieve what they were formulated to do, namely, lower health costs and spending. In fact, they actually raised physician care spending, and his findings have caught recent media attention.

Heider Places 2nd in D.A. Davidson Student Investment Program

Nov 1, 2016

Montana-based brokerage firm, D.A. Davidson, sponsors a competitive investment program in which participating universities are each tasked with investing $50,000 for a year. Team Creighton placed 2nd among the 20 participating schools this year.

Anderson and Madigan Win JumpStart Challenge

Nov 1, 2016

Heider students Michael Madigan and Blake Anderson recently won an entrepreneurship competition called the JumpStart Challenge. They were selected ahead of over 100 other entrepreneurs.

Two Faculty Published in Journal of Organizational Behavior

Oct 28, 2016

Trust and psychological entitlement. These concepts are not readily associated with academic business writing, but they are the crux of articles appearing in the Journal of Organizational Behavior by faculty members Lance Frazier and Regina Taylor.

Amanda Forget Finds Her Fit in Accounting

Oct 26, 2016

Amanda Forget says an accounting class freshman year had her hooked, and that she was also intrigued by the IT skills needed in our technologically evolving world, which led her to pursue a double major in accounting and BIA.