Posted: 3/23/17 1:51 PM

Destination X is Xavier’s official overnight visit program for multicultural students and we are looking for current students to help the Office of Admission! Destination X will occur Sunday, March 26th and Sunday, April 9th and we are in need of current students to host prospective students overnight in their rooms on campus. All hosts will be compensated for their time! Applications can be submitted online using the link below and will be due by Friday, March 17th.
 
Please contact Natalie Carley, Student Recruitment Director, at carleyn@xavier.edu or Emily Augustin, Admission Counselor, at augustine1@xavier.edu or 513-745-1983 for more information about hosting for Destination X.
 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/students/Destination-X-Host-Volunteer-Form.cfm

First Fridays A Taste of New Orleans-Tomorrow CDI 12PM

Posted: 3/23/17 9:42 AM

Join the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Xavier University this Friday March 24, 2017 for First Friday. Come join us for fellowship and Free Food in the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, GSC 280. FROM 12-2PM  See you there! 

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Posted: 3/23/17 8:44 AM

Lost key on owl-print wristband. Last seen in Smith lot on 03/21. Please contact Andrea Mersmann (4928 or mersmanna@xavier.edu), if found. 

Posted: 3/22/17 9:35 PM

The Search Committee is pleased to announce that three finalists have been selected to interview on campus for the position of Provost & Chief Academic Officer. Due to the quick turnaround from this past weekend’s airport interviews, Isaacson, Miller has requested that we provide the finalists more time so they are able to inform the necessary stakeholders at their respective institutions that they are finalists in this search. To respect that process, we have agreed to not provide CVs, cover letters and full interview schedules until a few days prior to each on-campus interview. 

The first finalist will be on campus Monday and Tuesday, March 27 and 28. Finalist #1’s CV, cover letter, interview schedule and survey link has been posted to the Provost & CAO Search folder within Xavier’s NEXUS/SharePoint site. All faculty, staff and students can access the folder directly from the Nexus site or by this link https://myxavier.sharepoint.com/WebProtectedDocuments/Provost%20and%20CAO%20Search. Everyone who participates in the interview process is encouraged to provide feedback by completing a survey. The survey for Finalist #1 closes March 29 at 5:00p.m. 

Finalist #2 is scheduled to interview on Thursday and Friday, March 30 and 31. The CV, cover letter, interview schedule and survey link will be posted on the Nexus site on Monday, March 27. A reminder will be posted in the March 27 edition of Today at Xavier. Everyone who participates in the interview process is encouraged to provide feedback by completing a survey. The survey for Finalist #2 closes April 1 at 5:00p.m. 

Finalist #3 is scheduled to interview on Thursday and Friday, April 6 and 7. The CV, cover letter and interview schedule will be posted on the Nexus site on Monday, April 3. A reminder will be posted in the April 3rd edition of Today at Xavier. Everyone who participates in the interview process is encouraged to provide feedback by completing a survey. The survey for Finalist #3 closes April 8 at 5:00pm.

Posted: 3/22/17 1:57 PM

Destination X is Xavier’s official overnight visit program for multicultural students and we are looking for current students to help the Office of Admission! Destination X will occur Sunday, March 26th and Sunday, April 9th and we are in need of current students to host prospective students overnight in their rooms on campus. All hosts will be compensated for their time! Applications can be submitted online using the link below and will be due by Friday, March 17th.
 
Please contact Natalie Carley, Student Recruitment Director, at carleyn@xavier.edu or Emily Augustin, Admission Counselor, at augustine1@xavier.edu or 513-745-1983 for more information about hosting for Destination X.
 
 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/students/Destination-X-Host-Volunteer-Form.cfm

Posted: 3/22/17 1:57 PM

Destination X is Xavier’s official overnight visit program for multicultural students and we are looking for current students to help the Office of Admission! Destination X will occur Sunday, March 26th and Sunday, April 9th and we are in need of current students to host prospective students overnight in their rooms on campus. All hosts will be compensated for their time! Applications can be submitted online using the link below and will be due by Friday, March 17th.
 
Please contact Natalie Carley, Student Recruitment Director, at carleyn@xavier.edu or Emily Augustin, Admission Counselor, at augustine1@xavier.edu or 513-745-1983 for more information about hosting for Destination X.
 
 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/students/Destination-X-Host-Volunteer-Form.cfm

Posted: 3/22/17 12:23 PM

The Writing Center has several openings for undergraduate writing tutors, to begin in August 2017, working 8-10 hours a week with members of the Xavier community on any writing project. The job is open to any student, from any major, who successfully has taken/is finishing Rhetoric. We are especially interested in English majors, and students whose own career path would benefit from the one-on-one tutoring and professional development experience that the position provides. If you are a student interested in such a position, please check out our posting on the Hire-A-Muskie site below. We are accepting applications through April 3rd, 2017. If you have any questions about the position, please contact our Director, Rebecca Todd, at toddr@xavier.edu

For more information: https://xavier-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=896a9dae84bc58105ea6f70ba644f900&s=jobs&ss=jobs

Sustainability Committee Submits Progress Report to Second Nature

Posted: 3/22/17 11:56 AM

“When Pope Francis first visited the United States, one of his primary topics was the collective responsibility of caring for the Earth. We at Xavier believe that this spirit of care begins on campus and radiates out to our homes, communities, state, country and ultimately, the entire world.”– Xavier University Annual Progress Report

After months of hard work, Xavier’s Sustainability Committee has completed our 2015 Annual Progress Report to Second Nature,  the lead supporting organization for the ACUPCC  (American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment).  The report highlights all of the efforts and achievements made in order to come closer to attaining our Climate Action Plan goals.

With the approval of Father Graham, the report has now been submitted. A comparison with previous reports will help Xavier determine what changes or improvements must be made to continue to be on track for the objectives set in our Climate Action plan. 

The final report showed that Xavier’s academic sustainability programs proved to be a significant success among students that continues to grow year by year. Xavier’s progress has shown the effort by the university in making climate neutrality and sustainability a part of the curriculum, as well as a growing element in our campus culture.

See Xavier's Progress Report on the Second Nature website.

For more information, please contact the Sustainability Committee co-chairs: Nancy Bertaux (Bertaux@xavier.edu)  or John Schulte (schultej2@xavier.edu).

Posted: 3/22/17 11:20 AM

The Rho Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has established this book scholarship in the amount of $750 in honor of our late charter member Rebecca Sewell-Cummings. An extremely influential leader here at Xavier University, Ms. Sewell-Cummings helped charter the Rho Xi Chapter in 1992. While a member of Rho Xi, Soror Sewell-Cummings was elected financial secretary and was involved in programs such as Adopt-A-Family and the Success Conference of ’93. During her collegiate career she was also a member of ROTC and the Black Student Association. We invite you to apply for this scholarship "Agents of Change: Fighting Fear and Pushing Forward”; if you meet the eligibility criteria included in this application packet. The scholarship will be awarded at Rebecca Sewell-Cummings Scholarship Brunch on Saturday April 8, 2017.

The application deadline is Sunday, March 26, 2017 by 5pm.

NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. 

Please turn a hard copy into the Rho Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. mailbox located in the club workshop room in the Gallagher Student Center Room 220 If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Robinson robinsonj12@xavier.edu or Brianna Gladney gladneyb@xavier.edu Cordially, The Rho Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

 

For more information: https://orgsync.com/35712/files/978419/show

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Posted: 3/22/17 10:45 AM

Join the Information Systems Club, University Library Makerspace, Information Technologies, and the Digital Media Lab for a Technology Showcase on Monday, April 3, 3 – 4:15pm in the CLC 3rd floor atrium. Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to stop by and explore ways to use technology on campus. Features include activities available in the makerspace, mobile apps, Zoom, virtual PC, and resources available in the Digital Media Lab. For more information, contact IS Club President Naomi Woodson-Levey.

Posted: 3/22/17 10:18 AM

Norwood residents are looking for 13-year-old Andrew Spencer who was last seen at school Tuesday afternoon around 3:30.

Spencer was last seen wearing blue and white basketball shorts, a blue sweater, and a shirt with a smiley face on it. He is also is wearing leg braces as he has cerebral palsy. See link or attached document for pictures.

If you see him, contact police at 513-458-4521

http://www.fox19.com/story/34967991/police-searching-for-missing-norwood-teen-with-cerebral-palsy

For more information: http://www.fox19.com/story/34967991/police-searching-for-missing-norwood-teen-with-cerebral-palsy

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Posted: 3/22/17 9:41 AM

Take a 2-minute survey online to be entered to win an Amazon Echo. Xavier Dining and Xavier Auxiliary Services are holding Spring Surveys to get your feedback. Each survey taken is an entry to win an Amazon Echo, so get started today! The drawing to win an Amazon Echo will be on April 28th.

There are a couple options on how to take the survey:

Option 1: Text NZEU to 99299

Option 2: Link to survey http://tiny.cc/xuspring17

Option 3: Get the QR Code in the picture attached

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Posted: 3/22/17 9:34 AM

Wanna eat something new? There’s no reason to get blue because it’s that time of the year! It’s Restaurant Week from what I hear! 

Today, the caf will be serving Indian, and tomorrow, there will be a Chef's Table. Then, Restaurant Week will end on Friday with Korean.

Have you marked it in your calendar already? Remember to come hungry and ready!

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Posted: 3/22/17 9:10 AM

March 2nd was Dr. Seuss’ birthday but it’s never too late to celebrate!

On March 28th, there will be a wild and wacky party.

So be sure to look at your calendar and save this date!

From 3:30-5:30, there will be kids of all ages.

It’ll be at the All for One Shop so…

Let’s read books and explore the pages!

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TONIGHT! 3 Xavier Professionals Share Career Insights

Posted: 3/22/17 8:52 AM

Love Stories, Coffee, and Holtman's Donuts?

Join Xavier PRSSA, Professor Don Tassone, Dr. Wendy Maxian and Dr. Leslie Rasmussen as we share our favorite career stories and advice.

Topics: Professionalism in Continuous Learning, Career Exploration & Dexterity, and Personal Branding

Be a part of the largest philanthropic group on Xavier's campus!

Posted: 3/21/17 9:51 PM

Board applications for Xavier University's Dance Marathon are now live and can be found at https://orgsync.com/33415/forms/252311

See attached document for descriptions of positions avaliable. 

(Note: President, Director of Dance Marathon, and Director of External Operations are filled positions) 

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Posted: 3/21/17 5:14 PM

I lost my Black Jacket. It has two spects and other valuables. If you find, please let me know at 630-400-7629. I will even pay you if you help me finding the jacket.

 

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Posted: 3/21/17 2:01 PM

Join us as we discuss ways to partner accross organizations, departments, and groups in order to support racial justice. Courageous Conversations is a dialogue series for students, faculty, and staff to gather and discuss current topics relevant to or intersecting with racial justice. 

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Posted: 3/21/17 2:00 PM

Destination X is Xavier’s official overnight visit program for multicultural students and we are looking for current students to help the Office of Admission! Destination X will occur Sunday, March 26th and Sunday, April 9th and we are in need of current students to host prospective students overnight in their rooms on campus. All hosts will be compensated for their time! Applications can be submitted online using the link below and will be due by Friday, March 17th.
 
Please contact Natalie Carley, Student Recruitment Director, at carleyn@xavier.edu or Emily Augustin, Admission Counselor, at augustine1@xavier.edu or 513-745-1983 for more information about hosting for Destination X.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/students/Destination-X-Host-Volunteer-Form.cfm

Posted: 3/21/17 1:46 PM

The Graduate Student Association is hosting the annual GSA Charity Ball on April 7, 2017 from 7 - 11:00PM at Jack Casino in Cincinnati - River Room.  The theme is Casino Royale.  The price is $25 per person. Admission includes: appetizers, open bar, photo booth, & dancing! IDs will be checked at the door. Participants must be 21 and older. Please contact Rachel Helt at heltr@xavier.edu if you have any questions.

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Posted: 3/21/17 1:46 PM

The Graduate Student Association is hosting the annual GSA Charity Ball on April 7, 2017 from 7 - 11:00PM at Jack Casino in Cincinnati - River Room.  The theme is Casino Royale.  The price is $25 per person. Admission includes: appetizers, open bar, photo booth, & dancing! IDs will be checked at the door. Participants must be 21 and older. Please contact Rachel Helt at heltr@xavier.edu if you have any questions.

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Climate Change and the Merchants of Doubt: Naomi Oreskes Presentation April 6

Posted: 3/21/17 12:55 PM

Naomi Oreskes, internationally renowned author, scientist, and Harvard professor, will appear at Xavier University’s Cintas Center on April 6 at 7:00 p.m.  Oreskes, a leading voice on the issue of the role of humans in affecting our climate, will examine what’s next for climate change.  In the influential book and documentary, Merchants of Doubt, she examined how a small group of scientists joined forces with political interests to challenge the scientific consensus on important health and environmental issues.  Her TED Talk, “Why We Should Trust Scientists” has over a million views.  In her most recent book, The Collapse of Western Civilization, she speculates on our future if warnings of global catastrophe are ignored.

The free program will be located in the James and Caroline Duff Banquet Center at the Cintas Center. For more information, visit www.xavier.edu/green ,  or call 513-745-3385.  

 

 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/green/index.cfm

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Posted: 3/21/17 12:07 PM

Ten years ago the monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery came to Xavier and created a magnificent Tantric Buddhist mandala sand painting. They are now returning to amaze us once again with their art and their gentle and compassionate philosophy of life.

April 4-7, 2017     3rd Floor, McDonald Library    Watch the creation of the Mandala

April 4 11am Opening Ceremony        

April  4 11am-7pm, April 5 9:30am-6pm, April 6 8:30am-7pm, April 7 10:30am-1pm     Viewing 

April 7 1pm    Closing Ceremony

 

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University Committee Applications OPEN until MARCH 26 at midnight

Posted: 3/21/17 10:52 AM

University Committees are standing committees formed by the university to assist with the governing and decision-making process of the university.  Student representatives on these and other committees are appointed on a annual basis by the Student Government Association.  Student committees members play the valuable role of sharing student perspectives on university decisions and serving as a voice for other students.  Student representatives work alongside faculty and staff to assist with decision-making that impacts the university's future and the achievement of campus-wide goals and initiatives.

Eligibility to Serve on a University and Other Committees.  In order to serve as a student representative on a University or Other Committee, students must meet the eligibility requirements to hold a Student Government position and be considered in good standing with the University.  This includes a minimum semester and cumulative GPA of 2.25.  Students may not be on university probation or have any past due sanctions.

Applications are due March 26 at midnight. If you have any questions, please contact the SGA Executives: Zeina Farhat (farthatz@xavier.edu), Eduardo Patron-Cano (patrone@xavier.edu) or Ryan Fitzgerald (fitzgeraldr1@xavier.edu).

 

For more information: https://orgsync.com/32528/forms/247917

Apply to be a Member of the College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Board

Posted: 3/21/17 9:22 AM

The College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Board is a leadership opportunity open to students of all majors within the college. Students who serve on the board provide the dean’s office with important insight into the student experience, raise issues and concerns, and represent the college at various events throughout the year. 
 
The board is a unique opportunity to serve your peers and connect with the college leadership on a regular basis.  The dean’s office often takes feedback from the board to inform improvements to the student experience. 

We are now accepting applications for the 2017-18 year.  Applications are due on Friday, April 7

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/cas/Student-Advisory-Board.cfm

Posted: 3/21/17 9:15 AM

The Office of Academic Support has extended the deadline to apply to be a tutor/SI leader for the 2017-18 academic year.  Students can apply at www.xu.edu/oneapp or http://www.xavier.edu/academic-support/Tutoring-Application.cfm by Friday, March 24.  Courses that are most needed are Math, Statistics, Business Statistics, Physics, Accounting, Economics, and Finance.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Stephanie Daniels at danielss3@xavier.edu or 513-745-3214.

Mark Your Calendars! Join 3 Xavier Professionals for Free Coffee & Career Insights

Posted: 3/20/17 11:16 PM

Love coffee and stories?

Join Xavier PRSSA, Professor Don Tassone, Dr. Wendy Maxian & Dr. Leslie Rasmussen as we share some of our favorite career memories and advice!
 
Topics: Professionalism, Personal Branding & Career Exploration #XUCareerCafe
 

Winter-Cohen Brueggeman Fellowship Application Deadline Extended

Posted: 3/20/17 4:18 PM

The deadline to apply for the Winter-Cohen Brueggeman Fellowship has been extended from March 27 to April 3. 

Materials needed for the application-overview and cover sheet-are included in the announcement.

 

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Posted: 3/20/17 3:37 PM

Destination X is Xavier’s official overnight visit program for multicultural students and we are looking for current students to help the Office of Admission! Destination X will occur Sunday, March 26th and Sunday, April 9th and we are in need of current students to host prospective students overnight in their rooms on campus. All hosts will be compensated for their time! Applications can be submitted online using the link below and will be due by Friday, March 17th.
 
Please contact Natalie Carley, Student Recruitment Director, at carleyn@xavier.edu or Emily Augustin, Admission Counselor, at augustine1@xavier.edu or 513-745-1983 for more information about hosting for Destination X.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/students/Destination-X-Host-Volunteer-Form.cfm

Posted: 3/20/17 1:04 PM

Calling all first-year students - there's a Goa focus group TODAY (Mon., March 20th) at 3:00pm in Arrupe Lounge (1st floor GSC). Free pizza and soft drinks provided.

Share your experience with Goa (CORE 101/102) and ideas on improvement. The focus group will be led by the Goa intern (and fellow student) and all responses will be kept anonymous. We look forward to seeing you!

Posted: 3/20/17 8:51 AM

Seniors, would you like an opportunity to be part of this year's commencement videos?  Here’s your chance.  Xavier’s Office of Marketing and Communications is working on two videos for this year’s commencement ceremony. One video will give you a chance to thank those who have helped you throughout your Xavier career (parents, professors, pets).

The other will be a look back at the past four years of life at Xavier. For this one we will ask a few questions about your time at Xavier including your best Xavier moment and advice you would give your freshman self. The interviews should not take more than five minutes, but depending on how many people turn out, you may have to wait a bit. Also, we can’t guarantee we’ll use every interview in the look back video (we’re limited on how long the video can be), but we’ll do our best to include as many as possible.

We will be conducting interviews for the videos on Tuesday, April 4 between 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Gallagher Student Center Room 330.  No need to sign up or book a time. Just come on down as you are. Questions: email Deb at delvalle@xavier.edu.  Thanks and congratulations Class of 2017.

Posted: 3/19/17 10:32 PM

7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 20 at Xavier University's Hailstones Hall, Room 2. 

Vikings: Beyond the Legend is an exhibit that features the largest collection of Viking artifacts to visit North America . It explores the rich culture and provides a glimpse into the lives of Vikings. Join three Xavier University faculty members, Dr. Heidrun Schmitzer, Professor of Physics, Dr. Stephen Yandell, Associate Professor of English and Dr. Marita von Weissenberg, Assistant Professor of History as they make a case for reinvestigating the influence of Vikings across time and disciplines.

For more information: http://www.cincymuseum.org/content/insights-lecture-series#sthash.JyNmTfN9.dpuf

Posted: 3/19/17 7:46 AM

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Center for Faith and Justice and Center for International Education are considering a cross-center student council to inform of us on how we might do a better job at engaging students who want to get engaged. 
 
On Tuesday, March 21 at 4pm in the Clocktower Lounge we will hold a focus group for interested students to attend, provide feedback on the purpose of a such a student council and to share your ideas on what kind of programming would garner the attention of less formally engaged students on campus.

Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan: Sharing Student Year One Strategies for Fall 2017

Posted: 3/18/17 10:28 PM

Students join us this Wednesday (March 22) @ 6:30pm in the Clocktower Lounge as we share year 1 strategies to improve the student experience around diversity and inclusion. Food will be provided! If you can't make it you can review the strategies and share your reactions via the URL link.

For more information: https://xavier.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ac7emZjd6RR1d6R

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Posted: 3/18/17 8:03 PM

March 27 marks the start of registering for classes for Summer 2017 and Fall 2017. Consider enrolling in the SOCW 206 Intro to Gender and Diversity Studies course. There are two sections available, but attached you will find an infograph of four semesters of data in Dr. Taj Smith's section. In this course we cover racism, sexism, trans oppression, heterosexism, disability-based oppression, elder/youth oppression, religious oppression and classism.

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Posted: 3/18/17 5:11 PM

The Bias Advisory and Response Team (BART) will be hosting the third Day of Dialogue this academic year. Day of Dialogue is designed to encourage the campus community to engage in respectful but critical conversation about social issues. On April 11 from 2-3pm we invite you (staff, faculty or staff) to join dialogue! We will be discussing how students experience the sexual (including abstinence and asexual) and/or romantic relationship culture on campus. BRAVE peer educators and BART team members will help facilitate the conversation. Please use the URL link to sign up for a specific small group location.

For more information: https://orgsync.com/37983/forms/251823

8 Year of Service Programs in the Queen City - Learn More with Americorps

Posted: 3/17/17 2:49 PM

Mark those calendars!

Eight Cincinnati AmeriCorps organizations are visiting campus to recruit Year of Service applicants in Gallagher Student Center from 10 a.m. -  2 p.m. on Monday, March 20. 

 

 

Please see the attached file for descriptions of Cincinnati AmeriCorps organizations and consider attending this event!

Thanks,

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Posted: 3/17/17 2:23 PM

Unfortunately, due to the cold weather today, Friday's Holi celebration from 4:00 - 6:00 PM through the Center for Interfaith has been postponed to a later date! We apologize for the late notice and will keep everyone updated regarding the future date!

Posted: 3/17/17 12:04 PM

Xavier volunteers are wanted to help answer phones during WCET’s Action Auction on Friday, April 28.  The shift will be from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at CET’s studio at 1223 Central Parkway. Professor Mark Meyers will be an emcee that day from 7:30-8:30 p.m.  Training will be provided and food is available before the shift. If you’re interested in volunteering please contact Deb Del Valle at delvalle@xavier.edu. 

Posted: 3/17/17 11:54 AM

Make more on Monday, March 20, any time from 10 to 4 at the University Library Makerspace.

Bring your design ideas and make a better button than that guy over there. You know the one.                

Bring your imagination and a desire to create! All supplies are provided free of charge.

These are casual drop in projects.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/campusuite25/modules/calendar.cfm?grp_id=3796&cal_id=40625#.WMwFwW8rLcs

Discover Your Purpose, Your Passion, Your Voice, Your Self

Posted: 3/17/17 11:46 AM

Do you want to #leadcfj for the 2017-2018 school year?  APPLY to be a leader in the CFJ.  Applications are now available and are due March 22nd.  A list of positions and descriptions can be found here
 
Also, don't forget to sign up for an interview after completing your application.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/cfj/lead-cfj/

Posted: 3/17/17 11:39 AM

Xavier's Noyce program invites students from 3-8th grade to learn science while exploring the surface of Mars, designing a human habitat, and creating a Martian civilization!

This summer, blast off and prepare to explore at the Xploratory Summer STEM Camps.

Our cost is $200 ($175 for Xavier students, faculty, and staff) 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.

 

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

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Posted: 3/17/17 8:18 AM

Correction: the date of the Murray Lecture is Saturday, 3/18, not 3/17.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/cml/classics/Murray-Lecture-2017.cfm

Posted: 3/17/17 8:12 AM

The Honors Bachelor of Arts Program presents the 2017 Murray Lecture tomorrow (Saturday, 3/18) at 4:00 in the Conaton Board Room. John Gruber-Miller, professor of Classics at Cornell College and Xavier grad (HAB) 1979, will give a talk entitled “Defining a Comic Tradition: Plautus and the Marx Brothers.” The talk is open to the public with a reception to follow.

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/cml/classics/Murray-Lecture-2017.cfm

Posted: 3/17/17 8:11 AM

Richard Horsley (University of Massachusetts Boston) will deliver a talk in the E/RS series titled “Imperial America v. the Common Good: The Biblical Background” on March 29 (Kennedy Auditorium, 7 p.m.) Dr. Horsley is the author of numerous books on the early history of Christianity and the New Testament. His books include Jesus and EmpireJesus and the Powers, and Covenant Economics: A Biblical Vision of Justice for All. His work on Jesus is widely recognized for its contribution to our understanding of Jesus as a prohpet of non-violent social resistance.

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Looking for Summer or Fall Campus Position/Internship?

Posted: 3/16/17 5:16 PM

Apply Now for Campus Student Employee Positions and Internships for both Summer and Fall.  Xavier employers are posting positions between now and throughout April to recruit summer and fall student employees.  If you don't see a position or internship today that fits your interest or needs, check back frequently for new postings.    

To View Positions and Apply:

  • Go to www.hireamuskie.com
  • Under Student/Alumni, click on the Get Started/Access Student Account button
  • Type in your XU Username and Password and click on Go
  • From Your Home Page,
  • Hover your mouse over the suitcase icon on left hand side
  • Click Jobs and Choose Hire A Muskie Jobs
  • Click on the Advanced Search,
  • Go to Position Type
  • Select one or both choices listed below:

-On Campus Student Employment - Federal Work Study (FWS)
-On Campus Student Employment – Open to All Students

You will need to upload a resume.  Questions, contact Career Development at 745-3141

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/career/hire-a-muskie.cfm

Posted: 3/16/17 3:38 PM

Provost & CAO Search Open Forums

Dates and times for open forums for faculty, staff, and students have been determined as part of the search for the next Provost & CAO. Those who participate in the interview process through open forums will have an opportunity to provide feedback following each finalist's visit. CV's and cover letters from the final candidates will be provided via Today at Xavier in advance of the open forums. 

Year of Service in the Queen City - Learn More with Americorps

Posted: 3/16/17 2:49 PM

Mark those calendars!

Eight Cincinnati AmeriCorps organizations are visiting campus to recruit Year of Service applicants in Gallagher Student Center from 10 a.m. -  2 p.m.on Monday, March 22. 

 

 

Please see the attached file for descriptions of Cincinnati AmeriCorps organizations and consider attending this event!

Thanks,

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