|I am a professor in the Physics Department. I have been at Creighton since 1989.||
|More about me:
I grew up in Milwaukee and have lived in Madison, St. Paul,
Hamburg and Geneva. When classes are not in session, I spend most of
the time working on my research in high energy nuclear physics at
Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island and at CERN just outside
Geneva, Switzerland. When I am in Omaha I invest much of time
working on the new Energy Technology major at Creighton. My wife also works at Creighton directing the Honors Program and the Ed.D. Program.
I have two sons. One teaches math for the Chicago Public Schools and
the other is in his senior year of engineering school.
|Writing these reflections:
I am a person who asks questions. This often leads me down a challenging path.
|Other links to me:
web page: http://www.creighton.edu/~mcherney/