Staff

Please contact the Summer Intern Housing/Summer Conference Team for more information. We would be happy to answer any questions that you might have about staying at Xavier University during the summer.

  • Questions on Summer Intern Housing? Please be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions section to see if we have listed the answer to your question.
  • If you are calling to request an intern housing move-in date prior to May 11, or about extending your intern housing past August 9th, please know that due to the Xavier University Academic Calendar, we are unable to assist in this way.
  • The earliest possible intern housing move-in is 5pm Sunday, May 11, 2014.
  • The latest possible intern housing move-out is 10am Saturday, August 9, 2014.

Thank you for understanding!

Joseph P. Christman
Director
Gallagher Student Center and Summer Conference Program
513-745-4889
Email

Tracy Macmorine
Assistant Director
Gallagher Student Center and Summer Conference Program
513-745-3576
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Ms. Tracy Macmorine

Ms. Tracy Macmorine

Assistant Director of Gallagher Student Center Operations, Gallagher Student Center
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Assistant Director of Gallagher Student Center Operations, Music and Theater
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Assistant Director of Gallagher Student Center Operations, Xavier Players
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Assistant Director of Gallagher Student Center Operations, Summer Conference

ML 2122
102 Gallagher Student Center

Phone: (513) 745-3576

Fax: (513) 745-4280

Degrees:

  • M.Ed. Xavier University, Multicultural Literature for Children, 2006
  • BFA, University of Cincinnati, Dramatic Performance, 1989

First Year at Xavier University:

2004

Expertise:

Operations Management; Marketing and Creative Promotions; Project Management; Programming; Event Planning & Management; Innovative Solutions; Streamlining Policies & Procedures; Arts Administration; Educational Theatre; Creative Dramatics; Theatre Coachin

Professional Interests:

Student Center Management; Student Development; Events Facilitation; Creative Collaboration

Biography:

Tracy has management  responsibilities for the day-to day operations of the Gallagher Student Center, an 80,000 square foot, multipurpose student union facility that includes event space; meeting rooms; a food court; an information desk; a 360 seat theater and office space.  She also helps with managing Summer Conference Programs and Summer Intern Housing: this is a key revenue generation program for the university which brings about 5000 conference guests and 400 interns to live in Xavier’s residential facilities each summer.  Additionally, Tracy supervises the box office operations for the Department of Music and Theatre’s Main Stage performances; and  serves on both the Co-Curricular Funding Board and the Project Search Advisory Board.

Prior to this position, Tracy served 6 years as the Assistant Director of Operations in Xavier’s Department of Performing Arts. In addition to her operations duties, she assisted in advising the Xavier Players for 4 1/2 years, and was their official advisor for 1 ½ years. In 2008 she was recognized by the Student Government Association as “Advisor of the Year”. During her time at Xavier, Tracy completed her Master of Education graduate studies; chaired the Senior Theatre League of America’s Biennial Theatre Festival; directed three productions for Xavier Players (one of which was showcased at the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival); taught children’s theatre classes at the Great Oaks Saturday Enrichment Program; and served 3 terms on the Executive Board of The League of Cincinnati Theatres.

Before coming to Xavier, Tracy served as Educational Programs Manager for The Educational Theatre Association, where she created and helped to implement professional development programs, educational theatre training, conferences and theatre festivals for Middle and High School theatre teachers and their students.  She also served as Theatre Coordinator at the Cincinnati Museum Center, where she wrote, directed and produced more than 35 theatre pieces designed to both educate and entertain the museum visitors.  Tracy has taught Creative Dramatics in various schools and arts centers throughout the tri-state, and has also coached many high school students for university theatre auditions.

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