The U.S. News & World Report 2012 Department of Finance ranked Creighton University’s college of business finance program 19th in the nation.
Anthony Hendrickson, Dean to the College of Business, says the program is up two points from last year. He says Creighton boasts more Certified Financial Analyst charter holders on its faculty than any other institution in the world.
Hendrickson says he thinks the visibility of the master’s in security analysis has attracted a lot of attention.
The OPS board unanimously approved Sebring’s contract Wednesday afternoon. She’ll receive a $275,000 base salary, plus $12,000 for transportation expenses and an annuity equal to 14 percent of her salary. The contract does not include bonuses.
OPS board president Freddie Gray says she’s confident Sebring will transition smoothly in to her new role as superintendent.
The superintendent of the Des Moines Public Schools is OPS’ choice for its new leader.
The OPS board voted Monday to hire Nancy Sebring as superintendent. Sebring has served as superintendent in Des Moines for the past six years. 11 board members voted in favor of Sebring, with board member Nancy Kratky not voting.
Sebring will take over following the retirement of John Mackiel at the end of this school year.
The OPS board will meet Monday night in closed session to discuss the terms of Sebring’s contract.
The Omaha Public Schools board has a special meeting Monday at noon to discuss and possibly vote on a superintendent candidate finalist.
OPS held public meetings last week with the three superintendent candidates. Wednesday, OPS’ current Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Learning, ReNae Kehrberg, took questions. Thursday’s meet and greet was with Daniel Nerad, superintendent of the Madison Metropolitan School District in Wisconsin. Last Friday, Des Moines Public Schools superintendent Nancy Sebring took questions on the achievement gap, leadership, and testing.