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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Nick Mirkay Leaves Creighton For Hawaii

MirkayNicholas A. Mirkay, III (Creighton) has accepted a lateral offer to join the University of Hawaii Law School faculty. Nick's recent publications include:

From Nick:

I am leaving Creighton University and taking a tenured and full professor position at the Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai'i at Manoa. I'm joining the faculty officially on August 1. I've served as associate Dean for Administration and Planning at Creighton for the last two years and have been integrally involved in strategic planning, assessment and new program creation. I also received an outstanding faculty member award while I was there.

I am joining the University of Hawai'i law faculty to teach tax and nonprofit courses as well as trusts and estates. I am excited to get involved in the law school's many community outreach and service programs.

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Comments

Hope he checked out Honolulu housing costs before he made that decision. I also hope his wife isn't an aesthete. Hawaii's a place for people who appreciate climate - really more the air than the temperature. It's not a place for people who like character in an urban landscape.

Posted by: Art Deco | Jun 15, 2017 7:59:21 AM

Because women are more likely to have a special appreciation of art and beauty than men?

Posted by: Matthew Bruckner | Jun 16, 2017 4:42:24 AM

Because women are more likely to have a special appreciation of art and beauty than men?

Not art and beauty, but features of mundane life which incorporate color and display. Men tend to have different tastes which emphasize craftsmanship.

Posted by: Art Deco | Jun 16, 2017 9:54:32 AM