Doane College has added four bachelor degree programs at its Crete campus.
Doane is now offering engineering, graphic design, media communication and strategic communication.
Before adding the engineering degree, students could major in only engineering physics or enter a five-year track that required two years at another engineering college.
The communications majors replace Doane’s journalism and media program. The graphic design program was previously offered in the college for working adults and is now available for traditional students in Crete.
Creighton alumnus returns to head radiology department
The Creighton University School of Medicine has named Joe Stavas as the new chairman of radiology.
Stavas is a Creighton alumnus who has been a professor of radiology at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill since 2009.
“Dr. Stavas comes to us with a wealth of experience in both private practice and in an academic setting, and we are excited to be able to welcome him home to Creighton,” said Robert Dunlay, dean of the medical school.
Black Muslim contributions in U.S. is subject of speech
Dr. Edward Curtis IV will speak on the contributions of black Muslims in America in Omaha on Thursday.
Curtis’ lecture will be free and open to the public. The speech and a follow-up group discussion will be held at the Community Engagement Center on the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free parking will be available in the parking lots directly north of the building.
Curtis is a professor of religious studies at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis and the author or editor of several books. The lecture is co-sponsored by UNO and the Malcolm X Foundation, with support from Humanities Nebraska.