Michael Cherney

I am an emeritus professor in the Physics Department.  I have been on the Creighton faculty since 1989.

 
More about me:

I grew up in Milwaukee. Before coming to Creighton, I lived in Madison, St. Paul, Hamburg and Geneva. I taught for 27 years in the Creighton Physics Department. Now I am mostly retired and live north of Boston. I continue to work with Creighton students on projects in high energy nuclear physics at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island and at CERN just outside Geneva, Switzerland. I also volunteer at the nearby Cristo Rey high school. My wife is a vice-provost at Merrimack College in North Andover, MA. We have two sons and two grandchildren.

Writing these reflections:

I am a person who asks questions. This often leads me down a challenging path.

Other links to me:
e-mail: mcherney@creighton.edu
web page:  https://physicsweb.creighton.edu/content/faculty-and-staff/emeritus-and-retired-faculty