CTE Workshop: Integrating Student Wellness to Promote Learning

Posted: 2/22/17 7:47 AM

The Center for Teaching Excellence hosts a workshop on Integrating Student Wellness to Promote Learning, Tuesday, February 28th from 2:30-3:30 pm in CLC 308. Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco and Renea Frey lead this interactive workshop on simple ways to integrate health and wellness into class sessions to promote student learning.

 

 

Posted: 2/21/17 7:25 PM

 

Difficult Conversations’ is the theme of this semester’s ‘Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education’ which is being distributed this week through campus mail. The issue includes a special section on ‘Student Voice’ with an article [“Why Not Talk?: Beyond an Evasive Culture,” p. 23] by Adrian Parker, a Xavier junior double majoring in Theology and the Philosophy, Politics, and the Public Honors Program.  The current and past issues of ‘Conversations’ can be found on the Center for Mission and Identity’s JesuitResource.org.

 

 

 

Rhapsody in Blue - Thursday, March 2 at 7:30pm in GSC Theater

Posted: 2/21/17 11:06 AM

Join the XU Symphonic Wind Ensemble with special guest Polina Bespalko on piano for George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue." XUSWE will also perform music of Aaron Copland, Frank Ticheli, a cakewalk by Debussy, ballet music by Bernstein, and our Ensemble-in-Residence, All of the Above will play music by Andy Akiho.

Thursday, March 2 at 7:30pm in GSC Theater.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/music-department/index.cfm

Posted: 2/21/17 11:03 AM

Vocal Arts Ensemble Cincinnati presents

Considering Matthew Shepard

SAT MAR 4 • 8 pm

SUN MAR 5 • 5 pm

Gallagher Theater

STUDENT TICKETS JUST $10!

“In composing this piece, I wanted to create, within a musical framework, a space for reflection, consideration and unity around his life and legacy.”

– Craig Hella Johnson

Composer & VAE Music Director

2017 GRAMMY Nominee

VAE Music Director Craig Hella Johnson returns to Cincinnati to conduct his own Considering Matthew Shepard, a musical response to the tragic death of a young man who has become an American icon and a symbol for hope and empowerment. This transcendent performance, VAE’s first in Xavier University’s stunning Gallagher Theatre, will feature instrumentalists and lighting, costume, and set design by the Cincinnati Opera.

For more information: http://www.vaecinci.org/events/

Flamenco Guitarist Goryachev Performs Sunday at Music Series

Posted: 2/21/17 11:02 AM

The Xavier Music Series welcomes flamenco guitarist Grisha Goryachev this Sunday, February 26 at 2:30 pm in Gallagher Theater.

Grisha Goryachev is renowned for his extraordinary musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity in both classical and flamenco styles. He is one of very few guitarists in the world who is reviving the tradition of solo flamenco guitar in a concert setting that was practiced by legendary flamenco masters such as Ramón Montoya and Sabicas. Grisha exposes audiences to some of the best guitar compositions flamenco has to offer. Instead of merely copying, he creates his own interpretations of these masterpieces, using dynamics and tone colors usually associated with classical music.

Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the box office at 513-745-3939. XU Faculty and Staff receive buy one, get one free tickets when selecting the "XU Fac/Staff" ticket rate. No coupon code required! XU Student tickets are only $5!

For more information: https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=1b712b10ed62fcb3207e25254c5e4cd2

Posted: 2/21/17 9:34 AM

A tenure and promotion information session is scheduled on Monday, April 24th from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. in the Kennedy Auditorium following the faculty assembly.

DTA Blue vs. White--Free Improv Show--Friday at 9 PM

Posted: 2/21/17 9:10 AM

Join Don't Tell Anna, Xavier's longest-running improv comedy troupe, for our annual Blue vs. White Show! We've split up into two teams, and things could get messy. The show is this Friday the 24th at 9 PM in Kennedy Auditorium (CLC 412). The show is free and open to all members of the Xavier community (students, faculty, friends). Doors will open at 8:30 pm. Bring a friend, wear your team's colors, and come out for a good time!

BLUE TEAM: Harrison Hensley, David Ritzenthaler, Emma Turbak, Brennan Kizer Ball

WHITE TEAM: Tommy Bell, Leo Biette, Emma Barlow, Laura Walker

If you require special seating accommodations due to any impairment (physical, sensory, etc.), please contact Brennan at kizerballb@xavier.edu for seat reservations.

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1832589747008314/?notif_t=plan_user_joined¬if_id=1487617313696224

Posted: 2/21/17 9:07 AM

Early career tenure-track faculty and full-time instructors interested in participating in the 2017-18 endowed Ignatian Mentoring Program are invited to attend an information meeting on Thursday, March 2, 2:30-3:15 in the Center for Mission and Identity. Drs. Leslie Prosak-Beres (Education, Director of Faculty Programs in Mission and Identity) and Linda Schoenstedt (Sports Studies, incoming Director) will be describing the Program; see the list of previous participants here. Direct questions to Debra Mooney@xavier.edu.

Posted: 2/21/17 8:46 AM

Whether you’re hosting a party, business function, luncheon, or meeting, Xavier Catering has you covered. Our combination of delicious food and superior service makes Xavier Catering the perfect partner for any event, big or small. Our new Spring Seasonal Menu means we can cater to any of your needs. That means you can spend less time worrying about the food and more time enjoying it.

Contact us for more information.

513-745-3717

catering@xavier.edu

For more information: https://new.dineoncampus.com/files/section_documents/e3b4b02d-5f53-4ebf-ad20-b3647800a78e.pdf

Posted: 2/20/17 7:46 PM

Noyce Internship Applications are due next week.

Six interns will be selected to spend nine weeks with Breakthrough Cincinnati or to teach in on-campus STEM Enrichment campus. First and second year students with a passion for service are strongly encouraged to apply. The first week of the program will include a STEM-teaching boot camp. Students will live on the Xavier University campus, receiving room and board (including $750 food stipend) as well as a $400/week stipend. During the internship, students will keep journals and meet with mentors to reflect upon their experiences. Faculty and staff from the STEM departments, and the Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning will work with students to expand their knowledge and interest in teaching inner-city/at-risk students. 

  • Internship Dates: Approximately the second week of June until the first week of August. (Specific dates will be provided as we learn them.)

http://www.xavier.edu/noyce/Noyce-Summer-Internship1.cfm

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/noyce/Noyce-Summer-Internship1.cfm

Posted: 2/20/17 7:27 PM

Xavier's Noyce program invites students from 3-8th grade to learn science while designing games, training invertebrate athletes, and designing facilities for the Xploratory Exhibition! 

Who will your athlete be? A mantis? A cricket? A worm?

What can your athlete do? And where does it do it best? 

How can we train your athlete?

What should our facilities look like?

This summer, take the field of science and bring your best to the Xploratory Exhibition.

Our cost is $200 for each one-week day camp (campers start arriving around 8:30 each day and we finish around 4 each day). Lunch is provided and all students will receive a t-shirt and take home gift. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify.

Your camp will be run by Xavier's Noyce Internship program, featuring four math/science majors, mentored by Xavier faculty. Experience our school-tested curriculum in a fun summer camp!

Space is limited and first-come first-served. A $25 deposit is due within one week of registration.

Xavier faculty, staff, and students receive a $25 discount per session.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/noyce/Summer-STEM-Camps.cfm

Posted: 2/20/17 3:37 PM

UPDATE:

Mary Beth Manolis, wife of Chris Manolis, formerly of the WCB Department of Marketing, passed away on February 9, 2017, after a prolonged illness.  A memorial service will be held on Sunday, February 26, at 2:00 p.m., at the Church of the Redeemer, 2944 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45208.  Memorials may be directed to the Manolis Children Fund at any Huntington Bank branch.  Please see the attached obituary for futher details.

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Student Employment Update - End of Year and Summer/Fall Planning

Posted: 2/20/17 3:14 PM

Student Employee Supervisors, 

View the attached for detailed information regarding student employment end of year responsibilties and planning for 2017 summer and fall employment needs.  

As always, if you have any questions, contact Vicki Clary, Student Employment Coordinator at claryv@xavier.edu or 745-4880 or the Career Development Office at 745-3141.  

1-Student Employment - End of Year Responsibilities and Planning for Summer_Fall Employment Needs.pdf

2-SE Evalution Timeline-Instructions 2017.pdf

"Making a Murderer" Attorney On Campus This Thursday

Posted: 2/20/17 1:48 PM

This Thursday, February 23rd, 7:00 pm, in the Arrupe Overlook in GSC, the OIP-u Xavier University Chapter will host a conversation with Laura Nirider, the post-conviction attorney for "Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey.

"Brendan Dassey: A True Story of False Confession" will provide an inside look at the false confession famously featured in the Making a Murderer documentary series. Professor Nirider uses footage from Brendan’s confession to demonstrate how the psychological techniques commonly used by police during interrogations can produce false confessions especially when used on juveniles. This event is free and open to students, faculty, and staff. 

 

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Posted: 2/20/17 12:42 PM

We are bringing New Orleans to you next week!

Celebrate Mardi Gras in the Caf from 4:30-8:00 pm on February 28th.

You can grab a taste of New Orleans style cuisine and catch some beaded necklaces.

We will see you next week!

 

Presented by Xavier Dining and Xavier Auxiliary Services

For more information: https://new.dineoncampus.com/xu/events

USB Flash Drive Found - Alter Hall - Vending Machines

Posted: 2/20/17 12:33 PM

USB Flash Drive found in lower level Alter Hall in front of the Vending machines. It can be picked up at 102 Schmidt Hall. 

Posted: 2/20/17 10:51 AM

Stop by the University Library Makerspace today for Maker Monday, anytime between 10-4.

Today's project is paper marbling.

Dye paper with elaborate, colorful designs using inks floated on water. Perfect for greeting cards, journals, and wrapping paper. This one may get messy. 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/campusuite25/modules/calendar.cfm?grp_id=3796&cal_id=40622#.WKcARG8rLcs

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Distinguished Speaker Series Lucheon with Bill James - The man behind the "Moneyball" Sabermetrics

Posted: 2/20/17 10:44 AM

Welcomes Bill James, Writer, Historian and Statistician.

James is a prominent author on the subject of baseball from a statistical perspective. Though not a statistician by trade, he pioneered the field of saber metrics with his insightful, articulate, creative, knowledgeable, occasionally comical and always idiosyncratic writings on a plethora of baseball-related subjects. He is credited with coining the term sabermetrics, and is considered by most to be the father of the sabermetric movement. While many subsequent authors have refined and expounded upon James' theories, which often lacked citation and statistical rigor, it would be hard to argue that anyone has done more than James to advance the field of sabermetrics. He is currently employed by the Boston Red Sox as a Senior Baseball Operations Advisor.

Thursday, April 6, 2017
Luncheon at Noon
Schiff Family Conference Center
Cintas Center

Seating is limited    -     RSVP here by noon on March 30th

Attendance is complimentary and made available through PNC’s sponsorship which also provides funding for student and faculty development.

Questions? Call 745-4272 or visit www.xavier.edu/dss

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Posted: 2/20/17 9:02 AM

All are invited to attend the University's spring Convocation today, Monday, Feb. 20, from 3:00 p.m.-4:15 p.m. in the Gallagher Student Center Theater. The event will be streamed live for those unable to attend in person.

 

“Hump Day Happy Hour” – February 22nd, 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Ryan’s Pub

Posted: 2/20/17 7:51 AM

Please join Fr. Graham and your colleagues for this informal, monthly event designed to celebrate our work and the contributions we make to insure that our students succeed, thrive and graduate.

Each month Hump Day Happy Hour will be co-hosted by several University departments. The February Happy Hour is sponsored by Financial Operations & Risk Management, Physical Plant and Williams College of Business and will be held at Ryan’s Pub in the Gallagher Student Center on Wednesday, February 22nd at 3pm.

Future happy hours will take place on March 29, 2017, and April 26, 2017.

Posted: 2/20/17 2:04 AM

How do we measure our humanity, and how do we know when we have gone past acceptable limits?  Jean Vanier once said that "The measure of our spirituality is our tenderness."  But what does tenderness mean in a world of inqeuality, injustice, and violence?  Can tenderness help us to reclaim our humanity in today's world?  Join Professor of Theology Gillian Ahlgren in an author conversation around her new book The Tenderness of God: Reclaiming Our Humanity.  Thursday, February 23 at 7:00 p.m. in the Conaton Board Room of Schmidt Hall.

For more information: http://gillianahlgren.com/the-tenderness-of-god-reclaiming-our-humanity/

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Posted: 2/19/17 11:35 PM

Join Alternative Breaks in Arrupe Overlook at 6 pm on March 2nd to learn more about the actual meaning behind the term social justice. 

Conversation facilitated by Dr. Sniegocki will include Dr. Smythe from the history department, Dr. Morris from the biology department, Dr. McManus from the economy department and Dr. Mescher from the theology department will be centered around social justice.  This conversation will also including how particular realms such as biology, history, economics and theology play a role in the daily view of this term. 

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The Tenderness of God: Reclaiming Our Humanity Event & Discussion

Posted: 2/17/17 10:26 AM

Join Gillian Ahlgren on Thursday, February 23, from 7:00-8:30pm in the Conaton Board Room, Schmidt Hall for round table discussions connected to themes in her new book The Tenderness of God: Reclaiming Our Humanity.

Capitalizing on the legacy of Francis and Clare and the new energy of a visionary pope who raises critical questions about how to be faithful to the gospel, The Tenderness of God invites readers into a rich conversation across time and space about how to recapture our humanity and nurture our God-given capacity to live meaningfully and joyfully in communion with others.

For more information, and as a courtesy RSVP, please visit the registration page.

For more information: http://gillianahlgren.com/the-tenderness-of-god-reclaiming-our-humanity/

Posted: 2/17/17 8:57 AM

In November a survey was distributed to a portion of the Xavier community to collect input on the tools currently offered for creating and distributing video. We would like to thank everyone who participated in this assessment. Your input will continue to help determine the tools and services offered.

The results of this survey are now available on Nexus. Please click here for a PowerPoint summary of the survey results.

For those who wished to provide additional input, we will be reaching out shortly with options for doing so.

If you have any questions about this summary or have input you would like to provide outside the survey, please email weberp@xavier.edu

Posted: 2/17/17 8:55 AM

Stop by the University Library Makerspace on February 20, our next Maker Monday, anytime between 10-4.

The next project is paper marbling.

Dye paper with elaborate, colorful designs using inks floated on water. Perfect for greeting cards, journals, and wrapping paper. This one may get messy. 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/campusuite25/modules/calendar.cfm?grp_id=3796&cal_id=40622#.WKcARG8rLcs

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Posted: 2/17/17 8:54 AM

In recognition of the National TRiO Day of Service, the TRiO office will be holding a food drive to collect non-perishable food items that will be donated to a local food bank.  The food drive will run from February 17th through March 17th, and there will be a drop off box outside the TRiO office (CLC 515).  Please contact Mary Horn 513-745-3758 or hornm5@xavier.edu with any questions.  The TRiO office thanks you for your support!

CTE Workshop: Culturally Responsive Writing Pedagogy

Posted: 2/17/17 7:40 AM

The Center for Teaching Excellence hosts a workshop on Culturally Responsive Writing, Thursday, February 23rd from 1:00-2:15 pm in CLC 308.  Renea Frey, Margaret Martin and Rita Rozzi lead an interactive panel discussion to explore cultural differences in writing conventions and expectations and offer strategies for fostering belonging and inclusion of diverse student voices, which can also lead to more accurate assessments of ability.

Flamenco Guitarist Goryachev at Music Series Feb 26

Posted: 2/16/17 4:38 PM

The Xavier Music Series welcomes flamenco guitarist Grisha Goryachev, next Sunday, February 26 at 2:30 pm in Gallagher Theater.

Grisha Goryachev is renowned for his extraordinary musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity in both classical and flamenco styles. He is one of very few guitarists in the world who is reviving the tradition of solo flamenco guitar in a concert setting that was practiced by legendary flamenco masters such as Ramón Montoya and Sabicas. Grisha exposes audiences to some of the best guitar compositions flamenco has to offer. Instead of merely copying, he creates his own interpretations of these masterpieces, using dynamics and tone colors usually associated with classical music.

Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the box office at 513-745-3939. XU Faculty and Staff receive buy one, get one free tickets when selecting the "XU Fac/Staff" ticket rate. No coupon code required! XU Student tickets are only $5!

For more information: https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=5f3e20ef918612833160d894bf9cd05f

International Women's Day Celebration Dinner Tickets On Sale Now

Posted: 2/16/17 3:14 PM

Please join the Center for Diversity & Inclusion at the 3rd Annual International Women's Day Celebration Dinner on Friday March 17, 2017 at 5pm in Conaton Board Room.  Tickets are now on sale.  Please refer to the Center for Diversity & Inclusion website to purchase your tickets :   http://www.xavier.edu/diversity-inclusion/Womens-Day-Dinner.cfm

 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/diversity-inclusion/Womens-Day-Dinner.cfm

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Posted: 2/16/17 10:32 AM

The UPRC Subcommittee on Space is now accepting requests for space allocation. To see the existing space that is available, please go to the neXus link for Available Space. To submit a request for the available space or an unidentified space, please click on the link for Request for Space Form.

Requests must be submitted to the Division Leader by Friday, March 10, 2017 and to the UPRC Subcommittee on Space by March 24, 2017.  The subcommittee will review the requests and make recommendations to the UPRC.  For more information or questions, please contact Debi Cain at 745-2061 or caind1@xavier.edu.

For more information: https://myxavier.sharepoint.com/sites/uprc/space/Announcements/February%2020,%202017.pdf

Posted: 2/16/17 9:50 AM

Due to a major CIntas Center event, the C-1 Lot will have limited availability on Friday, Februrary 17 and will be closed altogether on Saturday, February 18.  Please see the full Parking Advsory for details.

 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/auxiliary-services/documents/BoxingGameNightParkingAdvisory2.16.17.pdf

Posted: 2/16/17 9:34 AM

Cincinnati Ballet is offering Xavier students, faculty, staff, and their families a 20% discount on tickets to their production of Bold Moves which takes place on the Aronoff Center stage March 17-18. Please see the flyer for more information.

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Travel the World with the 2015-16 Brueggeman Fellows

Posted: 2/16/17 9:31 AM

The 2015-16 Brueggeman Fellows will give their travel research presentations Friday, February 17, 4-6pm, Kennedy Auditorium in Conaton Learning Commons.

Sit back and journey to Uganda, Colombia, Australia, Kenya, Tanzania, the Pacific Islands, India, and Nepal!  The stories of their experiences, told verbally and visually, can be of great value to those interested in applying for the Fellowship.   

Application information for the 2017-18 Winter-Cohen Family Brueggeman Fellowship will be available.

Included is a pdf of the flyer, with a global landscape and individual photos and research topics. 

 

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Posted: 2/16/17 9:05 AM

Bones for Life class: a revolutionary program to improve bone strength and balance

Fridays from noon to 1:15pm. Next class is Friday February 17. No class Friday February 24th

 A great way to spend your lunch hour.

CLC 406

No class No sweating, no impact, no change of clothing needed, no equipment.

With Bones for Life classes you can expect improvements in joint alignment, balance, posture, energy and comfort.

Instructor:  Brian Shircliff is a long-time student and teacher in a thousand different guises:  tai chi, yoga, Zen, teaching meditation and religion at St. Xavier High School for seventeen years, coaching golf and swimming for twelve years, Healing Touch, Bones for Life, and now Feldenkrais Method.  Also a Xavier graduate!

Suggested donation $10.00 per class. First class is free.

For more information contact:  Vicki Young  youngv@xavier.edu or 745-4804

Posted: 2/15/17 7:36 PM

On Thursday February 23rd at 7:00pm in Aruppe Overlook, Ohio Innocence Project Undergraduate network (OIP-U) will be bringing to campus Laura Nirider from Making A Murderer. Nirider is Brendan Dassey’s post-conviction attorney and will be host a discussion on the implications of false confessions and wrongful convictions with a question and answer portion. FREE FOOD will be provided. 
 
The Ohio Innocence Project (OIP) works to help those who are wrongfully convicted of crimes they had no involvement in.The OIP undergraduate program works at different universities to advocate and acknowledge the work that OIP has done over the past 15 years, by bringing in speakers to talk about wrongful convictions. Wrongful convictions lead to discussions about race, gender, class, prison, social justice, forensics, politics and other similar topics.
 
Co-Sponsors for this event include: Criminal Justice Society, Political Science Club, Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity, Pre-Law Society, Psi Chi/Psychology Club, Xavier Democrats, Center for Faith and Justice, The Eigel Center for Community Engaged Learning, PRSSA, Student Government Association, and SAC.
 
For questions regarding the event please email Lauren Morris at morrisl@xavier.edu
 

Cancelled: CDI Macy's Trip Scheduled for February 24

Posted: 2/15/17 4:22 PM

Unfortunately, Macy's has had to cancel the trip to their Mason, Ohio office on February 24. They are hopeful to reschedule for Fall 2017.
 

How to Get Engaged Off and On Campus to Address Our National Climate

Posted: 2/15/17 3:34 PM

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion would like to share a resource guide on what you can do on and off campus to address our divisive national climate that impacts us all in similar and different ways. If you, whether student, staff or faculty, are looking for an outlet to funnel your need to be in solidarity with and for others or to advocate for issues that directly effect you then use this resource. Many opportunities start this weekend!

For more information: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VxC_6dssnt2hNcg-KAcNlHJQUWAKXwq6QgGoiMPwCkY/edit?usp=sharing

Tomorrow: Supporting Undocumented Students at Jesuit Institutions

Posted: 2/15/17 3:10 PM

Jesuit Higher Ed: Supporting Undocumented Students (Webinar)

Thursday, February 16, 2017
3:00 PM ET - 4:00 PM ET

This will be an online conversation where a panelist of Jesuit college and university faculty and administrators will discuss how they are supporting students who are undocumented as concern about federal policy changes grows. The CDI at Xavier has registered for this webinar so if you are interested join us in Gallagher Room 280 (also known as the Center for Diversity and Inclusion).

For more information: https://ignatiansolidarity.wufoo.com/forms/jesuit-higher-ed-supporting-undocumented-students/

Posted: 2/15/17 10:06 AM

A site that will be used by the Health United Building (HUB) has been set up on NeXus.  All faculty, staff and students now have access to the HUB site.  This will allow the campus community to stay informed on the progress of the design and construction of the Health United Building.  If you have any issues accessing this site, please contact Debi Cain at x2061 or caind1@xavier.edu.

 

For more information: https://myxavier.sharepoint.com/sites/rct/_layouts/15/start.aspx#/SitePages/Home.aspx

“Hump Day Happy Hour” – February 22nd, 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Ryan’s Pub

Posted: 2/15/17 10:02 AM

Please join Fr. Graham and your colleagues for this informal, monthly event designed to celebrate our work and the contributions we make to insure that our students succeed, thrive and graduate.

Each month Hump Day Happy Hour will be co-hosted by several University departments. The February Happy Hour is sponsored by Financial Operations & Risk Management, Physical Plant and Williams College of Business and will be held at Ryan’s Pub in the Gallagher Student Center on Wed., February 22nd at 3pm.

Future happy hours will take place on March. 29, 2017 and April 26, 2017.

Baby Boomers as Caregivers to Persons with Dementia

Posted: 2/15/17 9:21 AM

You are invited to attend a Faculty/Staff Brunch and Presentation by Teepa Snow, Monday, March 13, 2017 from 8:30 – 10:30AM in the Arrupe Overlook (the old bookstore), Gallagher Student Center.  This free presentation and brunch is provided by The College of Professional Sciences.  Space is limited to 50 registrants.  RSVP to Tina Forschler (forschler@xavier.edu) by March 3, 2017

Meet More Than 90 Employers at the Spring Career Fair!

Posted: 2/15/17 8:50 AM

The Xavier University Spring Career Fair is in the Cintas Center from 2 - 5 p.m. on Tuesday, February 21. 

All Xavier students and alumni seeking full-time employment or internship experience are invited! Meet with employers representing various corporate, non-profit and government organizations.

Thank you to our sponsors:

  • Fifth Third Bank
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car
  • CDK Global
  • Protective Life, Inc.
  • Anthem, Inc,
  • Macy's, Inc.
  • TriHealth


There are two options to view career fair employer listing on Hire-A-Muskie:

  1. Log into Hire-A-Muskie. Click "Events" tab, select "Career Fairs", select "2017 Spring Career Fair".
  2. Use the Hire-A-Muskie app (it's FREE). Download "Careers by Symplicity". Select "Xavier University". Log in with your Xavier username & password. Click on the "Career Fairs" icon on the bottom task bar. Click on "Upcoming" on the top tab bar. Select "2017 Spring Career Fair". You can also view jobs, schedule career coaching appointments and more via the app.


Registration:

  • No pre-registration required 
  • Check-in begins at 1:00 PM and the fair opens at 2:00 PM.
  • Undergraduate, Graduate Students and Alumni of all Majors Should Attend


What to Bring:

  • ALL Card 
  • Multiple Resumes
  • Padfolio (available before the fair in 530 CLC)
  • Business Cards (if you have them)

 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/career/students/Spring-Career-Fair-Students.cfm

Posted: 2/15/17 8:14 AM

The Mission Animators (a group charged by Fr. Graham to animate more deeply the University’s Jesuit identity) invites faculty, staff and students to submit proposals for projects focused on Economic Justice.  The goal is to fund a variety of activities that are imaginative and engage broadly with the Xavier community during the 2017-2018 academic year.  An information session is Thursday, March 16, 1-2pm, in the Arrupe Overlook, Gallagher Student Center.  See also this semester’s funded activities on Im/migration and Refugees.