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  • Two showings of G-dog documentary about Fr. Boyle,. . . - 8 hours ago | 3 views

    Two showings of G-dog documentary about Fr. Boyle, S.J.

    Posted: 9/18/14 7:03 PM

    G-dog the movie is the documentary about Father Greg Boyle, S.J. of Homeboy Industries in LA and the book Tattoos on the Heart, which was this year's Common Reading eXperience book.

    Showings open to the entire Xavier community on Wednesday, September 24 at 8:30 pm and

    Thursday, September 25 at 8:30 pm will take place in Kennedy Auditorium (CLC 412). Sponsored by the Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice, the Xavier University Library, and the Institute for Spirituality and Social Justice.

  • Retirement Celebration for Marcia Poggione - 17 hours ago | 88 views

    Posted: 9/18/14 10:25 AM

    The library staff cordially invites the Xavier community to a celebration for librarian Marcia Poggione, who is retiring at the end of this month after 14 years of service at Xavier. Marcia began her career at Xavier in 2000 as assistant director for public services, and since then has been instrumental in creating and maintaining the library’s website, producing the annual Faculty Publications document, and assisting countless students and faculty in her roles as a reference librarian, researcher, and liaison. Please join us between 1:30 – 3pm on Wednesday, September 24th, on the first floor of McDonald library, to reminisce and wish her well. For questions, please contact Alison Morgan at morgan@xavier.edu.

  • Retirement Celebration for Marcia Poggione - 18 hours ago | 41 views

    Posted: 9/18/14 9:46 AM

    The library staff cordially invites the Xavier community to a celebration for librarian Marcia Poggione, who is retiring at the end of this month after 14 years of service at Xavier. Marcia began her career at Xavier in 2000 as assistant director for public services, and since then has been instrumental in creating and maintaining the library’s website, producing the annual Faculty Publications document, and assisting countless students and faculty in her roles as a reference librarian, researcher, and liaison. Please join us between 1:30 – 3pm on Wednesday, September 24th, on the first floor of McDonald library, to reminisce and wish her well. For questions, please contact Alison Morgan at morgan@xavier.edu.

  • A Jesuit Priest in the Nicaraguan Revolution - 18 hours ago | 27 views

    Posted: 9/18/14 9:38 AM

    In honor of the 25th anniversary of the deaths of the UCA Martyrs of El Salvador, Fernando Cardenal, SJ, will be speaking on Tuesday, September 23, from 7:00-9:00pm in Kennedy Auditorium. He is a living example of advocacy and active commitment to the poor and oppressed. He spoke to the U.S. Congress to expose the human rights abuses of the Somoza dictatorship in Nicaragua. He headed up the Literacy Crusade in Nicaragua after the 1980 Revolution and is the former Minister of Education. All are welcome.

  • Title IX: Year in Review & Looking Ahead - 18 hours ago | 33 views

    Posted: 9/18/14 9:26 AM

    Title IX Coordinator Kate Lawson shares highlights of year one and opportunities ahead.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/titleix/documents/2013-2014YearinReviewfromTIXO.pdf

  • Saturday Brunch with Melissa Harris-Perry - 1 day ago | 85 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 4:25 PM

    Join us in the MGWC, located on the second floor of the Gallagher Student Center, every Saturday morning from 10am - Noon. There will be a continental breakfast at 9:45am followed by discussions of the material discussed.

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  • Call for Applications for DCR Status - 1 day ago | 42 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 4:10 PM

    The Diversity Curriculum Requirement (DCR) implementation committee welcomes DCR course proposals for the Spring Semester 2015. Please see the attached guidelines and submit all required materials by Monday, October 13th   to: DCR@xavier.edu.

    Please note that the application form on the DCR web site can be used to apply for DCR and GDST status, but consideration for both is not automatic. You must check the appropriate boxes on the first page.

     

    Questions can be sent to Christine Anderson DCR@xavier.edu

     

     

  • Solidarity Semester: Nicaragua - 1 day ago | 18 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 2:42 PM

    Don’t forget to encourage students to apply for the Solidarity Semester: Nicaragua. Cultural immersion, live with host families, volunteer in the local community, take classes that pertain to daily experiences, and expand Spanish skills. Earn 15 credit hours toward degree plans. Check out this video to hear more! The application deadline is September 25. For more information contact Walker Gollar, gollar@xavier.edu or Shannon O’Neill, oneillsm@xavier.edu.

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  • Communications Workshop & Open House - 1 day ago | 44 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 2:07 PM

    The Office of University Communications will be offering a Social Media workshop on Monday, September 22, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Surkamp conference room in the Alumni Center. Team members will share insight into tools like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and more as well as a few tips about advertising, data analysis and building your network using these platforms.  Please visit University Communications website to register for our Learning Sessions.  Communications is also holding a Marketing Open House on Tuesday, September 23, from 1:00pm-2:30pm.  All are welcome to drop by, no registration required for the Open House.  

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/university-communications/learn.cfm

  • Dependent Tuition Remission Information Session - 1 day ago | 49 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 12:13 PM

    A Dependent Tuition Remission Information Session is taking place on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the Admission Office Presentation Room on the second floor of Schott Hall.

    If you have a child in high school and hope to take advantage of tuition remission, FACHEX (exchange with other Jesuit colleges and universities), or Tuition Exchange (more than 500 schools participate in this program nationwide), this session is one you don’t want to miss.  Learn more about the process and paperwork. 

    In order to help ensure there is a sufficient supply of materials, please R.S.V.P. by Wednesday, October 1 to Donna Conlon at conlond@xavier.edu or x3632.

     

     

     

     

  • Dependent Tuition Remission Information Session - 1 day ago | 19 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 12:13 PM

    A Dependent Tuition Remission Information Session is taking place on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the Admission Office Presentation Room on the second floor of Schott Hall.

    If you have a child in high school and hope to take advantage of tuition remission, FACHEX (exchange with other Jesuit colleges and universities), or Tuition Exchange (more than 500 schools participate in this program nationwide), this session is one you don’t want to miss.  Learn more about the process and paperwork. 

    In order to help ensure there is a sufficient supply of materials, please R.S.V.P. by Wednesday, October 1 to Donna Conlon at conlond@xavier.edu or x3632.

     

     

     

     

  • FLC on Immersion Presentation - 1 day ago | 33 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 11:43 AM

    The Faculty Learning Community focused on "Achieving Integrated, Transformative Immersion Experiences at Xavier" will present the results of its year-long exploration from 12:00-1:30 Wednesday, September 24th in the CTE Faculty Lounge, CLC room 317. The FLC members, along with facilitators Irene Hodgson (Classics and Modern Languages) and Margaret Martin (Intensive English Program), discuss how they have transformed their personal classrooms, as well as their thoughts on transforming Xavier through immersion. Lunch provided.

  • Convocation available online - 1 day ago | 38 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 10:28 AM

    The entire University Convocation presentation from Fr. Graham last Monday, September 8, is now available for viewing online at www.xavier.edu/xulive/Archives.cfm. Fr. Graham's presentation included important information about this past year's accomplishments, strategic differentiators, and our Foundational triad including academic and education strength, financial and organizational health, and identity and brand, with our Jesuit mission, vision, and values in a central position. His presentation also shared the current state of the institution and higher education, considerations for things we should be doing right now, and projects that will advance The Xavier Way in the 2014-2015 academic year.

  • United Way Message from Fr. Graham - 1 day ago | 55 views

    Posted: 9/17/14 9:33 AM

    Beginning Monday, September 22, Xavier University is proud to run our annual United Way Campaign.  The attached is a message from Xavier President, Fr. Michael Graham, encouraging you to LIVE UNITED.

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  • Puppies! Puppies! Puppies! Puppies! - 2 days ago | 171 views

    Posted: 9/16/14 7:32 PM

    Active Minds will be hosting pet therapy  with SPCA dogs Wednesday from 1-3 in the Xavier Yard! Cuddles are free, but there will be dog bones available for $1!

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  • Studio Portraits - 2 days ago | 53 views

    Posted: 9/16/14 3:22 PM

    Studio Portrait Announcement: The Office of University Communications has studio sessions for faculty and staff to have portraits made or updated.
     Studio sessions are available on September 24th (Wednesday) from 10:00 till 12:00. The NEW photography/video studio is located in Alumni room 114. No appointment necessary.

     

  • Death in the Xavier Community - 2 days ago | 240 views

    Posted: 9/16/14 1:27 PM

    Patricia "Patti" Hoffman, sister of Carol Maegly (Provost's Office) passed away on September 11, 2014.  Visitation will be held Wednesday, September 17th from 8:30 a.m. -10:00 a.m. immediately followed by Memorial Mass at 10:00 a.m. at St. Michael the Archangel (11144 Spinner Avenue, Sharonville, OH 45241).

  • Community Action Day, September 20th! - 2 days ago | 67 views

    Posted: 9/16/14 12:35 PM

    Community Action Day will be held on Saturday, September 20th from 9am to 1pm beginning on the Xavier Yard. Join us for a morning of service at various organizations around Cincinnati. Students, staff, faculty, and alumni are all welcome to attend! Breakfast and lunch will be provided. 

    Email communityactionday@xavier.edu with questions!

  • Call for Household Items - 2 days ago | 118 views

    Posted: 9/16/14 11:51 AM

    The Center for International Education (CIE) is collecting household items for visiting scholars. This year, Xavier has visiting scholars from China, Taiwan, and Argentina. To allow for a most welcome stay, the CIE is collecting new or gently-used items to provide to the international scholars’ living spaces, while they are here at Xavier. Please consider donating any items listed on the attached flier. All items may be dropped off at the CIE, Gallagher Student Center, Room 230. 

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/international

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  • SNO Event! - 3 days ago | 111 views

    Posted: 9/15/14 4:54 PM

    Attention XU nursing students and faculty!

    SNO will be hosting a presentation by Dr. Cathy Rosenbaum this Thursday, September 18th from 6:00pm-8:00pm in Hailstones 19. She will be presenting "Debunking The Myths About Dietary Supplements." There will be FREE PIZZA and RAFFLE PRIZES! Hope to see you all there!

  • Oktoberfest Zinzinnati Band from Bavaria at XU - 3 days ago | 122 views

    Posted: 9/15/14 3:23 PM

    The Heuboden Musikanten are a traditional folk band from rural Bavaria, and they are coming to Xavier and to the Oktoberfest Zinzinnati to play authentic German music! Come join us at Husman Stage for brats, pretzels, and music!

    When: Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 at 3-5 PM

    Where: Husman Stage 

    Free and open to the public! All are invited!

     

     

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  • Noyce STEM Tutor Training 9/18 7pm CLC 412 - 3 days ago | 36 views

    Posted: 9/15/14 2:26 PM

     

    Xavier's Noyce Scholarship Program will be hosting tutor training for STEM students interested in tutoring in local schools this year on 9/18 at 7pm (location TBD). Training will provide you with credentials to enter CPS schools. All interested in tutoring need to complete this survey to assist in placement and coordination. You must bring a copy of your driver's license and know your social security number.
     
    If you have previously received an ID badge through tutor training, you do not have to attend again, however, please complete this survey to indicate your tutoring preferences this year.

    For more information: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1hT7qwZN_ch3zdpj7ZVUN5F5vD3mE8cfMOcsu4QK14CI/viewform

  • Noyce STEM Tutor Training - Become a Sci/Math/CS t. . . - 3 days ago | 30 views

    Noyce STEM Tutor Training - Become a Sci/Math/CS tutor

    Posted: 9/15/14 2:24 PM

    Xavier's Noyce Scholarship Program will be hosting tutor training for STEM students interested in tutoring in local schools this year on 9/18 at 7pm (location TBD). Training will provide you with credentials to enter CPS schools. All interested in tutoring need to complete this survey to assist in placement and coordination. You must bring a copy of your driver's license and know your social security number.
     
    If you have previously received an ID badge through tutor training, you do not have to attend again, however, please complete this survey to indicate your tutoring preferences this year.

     

    For more information: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1hT7qwZN_ch3zdpj7ZVUN5F5vD3mE8cfMOcsu4QK14CI/viewform

  • Faculty Staff & Appreciation Night Women's Soccer . . . - 3 days ago | 145 views

    Faculty Staff & Appreciation Night Women's Soccer 9/19

    Posted: 9/15/14 12:28 PM

    Faculty and Staff,

    Please join together at Women's Soccer on Friday, September 19 as they take on Morehead State at 7:00pm! You will receive 4 complimentary tickets with your AllCard. 

    We look forward to seeing you Friday night!

  • STUDENT WEBTIME TIMESHEETS DUE DATE EXTENDED - 3 days ago | 84 views

    Posted: 9/15/14 10:16 AM

    Hello Everyone:

    Student WebTime Timesheet due date has been extended to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. The Approvers deadline has been extended to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 17, 2014.

    If your timesheet has not been set up by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 17, 2014, please send an email to Payroll@xavier.edu. Please incude your name, and banner number. Thank you.

    Thank you all for your patiance.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/controller/payroll/Web-Time-Entry-Information1.cfm

  • Professor Lisa Fullam, Ethics/Religion & Society, . . . - 3 days ago | 82 views

    Professor Lisa Fullam, Ethics/Religion & Society, Lecture

    Posted: 9/15/14 9:36 AM

    Ethics/Religion & Society Lecture, September 23, 2014, 4:00 pm, Conaton Board Room

    Prof. Lisa Fullam received her A.B. and D.V.M. from Cornell University; her Th.D is from Harvard Divinity School.  She is an associate professor of moral theology at The Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley (Santa Clara University).  She is the author of The Virtue of Humility: A Thomistic Apologetic.  (Mellen, 2009), Virtue: Readings in Moral Theology No. 16 [with Charles E Curran] (Paulist Press, 2011) and "Juana, SJ: The Past (and Future?) Status of Women in the Society of Jesus" in Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuit 31 (Nov., 1999)..

  • Professional News--Jack Kelley - 3 days ago | 138 views

    Posted: 9/15/14 9:08 AM

    Jack Kelley has accepted a position at Case Western Reserve University as Executive Director of Development in the Weatherhead School of Management. This will be a homecoming for Jack as he and Maureen head north and return to Cleveland.

    I want to thank Jack for his work as Major Gifts Officer in the Williams College of Business over the past four years. Jack's last day at Xavier will be September 26th, 2014.

    Please join me and congratulate Jack on his new position at Case Western!

    Peter Owendoff

    Executive Director for Major Gifts

     

  • King Studios Hosts “Pop Up Museum” - 6 days ago | 62 views

    Posted: 9/12/14 5:12 PM

    King Studios, a nonprofit initiative led by the community of Evanston and Xavier University that celebrates, preserves, and furthers the cultural legacy of King Records – one of the most influential music labels of the 20th century - will host a one-day-only King Record’s “Pop-Up” Museum at Community Blend, Evanston’s newest coffeehouse located at 3546 Montgomery Road.   On Saturday September 20 from 12-5pm, posters, albums, and photos that celebrate King Record’s rich history in Evanston will be on display and King-themed refreshments will be available for purchase. True to its spirit, this “Museum” will also be curated by its visitors:  As part of the “Pop Up” Experience, King Studios is encouraging everyone to stop by and share their “King Story” or show off their very own piece of King memorabilia. Limited edition King Studios t-shirts will be available during the Pop Up Museum for purchase, and a walking tour to the original King Records site at 1507 Brewster Avenue will be offered at 2pm. The event is free. Refreshments are also available for purchase.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/communitybuilding/kingstudios/King_Month.cfm

  • University Station Community Celebration - 6 days ago | 124 views

    Posted: 9/12/14 4:29 PM

    Xavier University, Messer Construction Co. and the Ackermann Group invite you to a community celebration of University Station and the new All for One bookstore. Come celebrate this new development that is bringing homes, offices, restaurants and retail businesses to our neighborhood?. Join us on Monday Sept. 22 between 4:30pm & 6:30pm to celebrate and tour University Station. Please enter at Montgomery Road and Cleneay Avenue. Meet the Xavier mascots, enjoy light refreshments and register to win prizes at the bookstore before taking a self guided tour. 

  • Standing in Solidarity with Ferguson a Common Grou. . . - 6 days ago | 75 views

    Standing in Solidarity with Ferguson a Common Ground Worship

    Posted: 9/12/14 4:16 PM

    Join with a diverse ecumenical community to respond to the recent events in Ferguson through music, prayer, and reflection. Black lives matter and every life matters, a truth that we proclaim not just in words, but in community together, in worship. Professor Adam Clark will be preaching.

    September 21, 2014 at 8 p.m. on Husman Stage

    Rain Location: Clocktower Lounge

  • Crash the Party- Trivia Contest - 6 days ago | 50 views

    Posted: 9/12/14 1:56 PM

    Calling all Faculty and Staff Get a team together and Crash the Party during Reunion Weekend on Friday, November 7th in the Duff’s Banquet Room in the Cintas Center. Show off your brain power during a live Trivia Contest hosted by Xavier grad and Questionable Pursuits owner Mark Arminio and play against alumni, faculty and staff, and students. Food, beverages and prizes will be available. Register at www.xavier.edu/crashtheparty or check out www.xavier.edu/reunionweekend for all the activities.

  • Noyce STEM Tutor Training - 6 days ago | 29 views

    Posted: 9/12/14 1:20 PM

    Xavier's Noyce Scholarship Program will be hosting tutor training for STEM students interested in tutoring in local schools this year on 9/18 at 7pm (location TBD). Training will provide you with credentials to enter CPS schools. All interested in tutoring need to complete this survey to assist in placement and coordination. You must bring a copy of your driver's license and know your social security number.
     
    If you have previously received an ID badge through tutor training, you do not have to attend again, however, please complete this survey to indicate your tutoring preferences this year.

    For more information: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1hT7qwZN_ch3zdpj7ZVUN5F5vD3mE8cfMOcsu4QK14CI/viewform

  • Heuboden Musikanten Bavarian Band - 6 days ago | 49 views

    Posted: 9/12/14 10:32 AM

    The German Club invites the Xavier community to watch the Bavarian band Heuboden Musikanten play German music and perform traditional German dances on the Huseman stage, Sept. 17, 3:00-5:00. 

  • Loyola Lunch Seminars - 6 days ago | 40 views

    Posted: 9/12/14 9:48 AM

    Faculty and staff are invited to weekly lunch-and-learns every Thursday, noon-1:00 in the Fenwick Conference Room. This week, meet the staff of the Center for Mission and Identity as they present on “Mission Integration.”  See the semester schedule