Raising children with special needs is a tough job that can be rewarding. A symposium co-sponsored by the Center for Infants and Children with Special Needs at Cincinnati Children’s and Xavier will be on April 8. Parents raising children with special needs will find information, resources and networking opportunities in an effort to build family resiliency. Registration is $25, including lunch, and can be completed online at www.xavier.edu/familyresiliency
Xavier University welcomed more than 67 leading medical device professionals from six states for training on managing risk and ensuring patient safety in the design, development and distribution of medical devices.
On February 23, the Xavier Musketeers women’s basketball team, ranked 7th in the nation, will play its final home game versus George Washington at 7:00 pm. To honor their magnificent talent and spirit, Xavier is offering special pricing in an effort to fill at least the bowl of the Cintas Center with supportive fans.
Xavier University’s Black Student Association, Gentlemen Organized for Achievement and Leadership, Black Greek Council and Alpha Phi Alpha present Black is…An Evening with Dr. Na’im Akbar on Thursday February 17, 2011 at 7 pm in Kennedy Auditorium of the Conaton Learning Commons
Pleasant Ridge Montessori (PRM) Elementary School and Xavier University’s School of Education have formed a partnership that could lead to the elementary school becoming a professional development model for XU students.
Xavier University’s Center for Mission and Identity allows for learning more about Xavier's mission and rich history. As Jesuit schools have educated society's leaders for over 450 years, Xavier's Jesuit, Catholic tradition of academic excellence inspires students to think and communicate effectively, to foster a love of lifelong learning, to serve others, and to find God in all things.
On Friday, February 4, students from Xavier University, Central State University, and University of Cincinnati will present debate arguments and showcase their musical and artistic talents during The Great Debate. The Great Debate, an intellectual and cultural experience promoting the highest cultural, intellectual, moral, philosophical and spiritual principles of leadership, debates and artistic expressions will be held at 7 pm in Xavier University’s Gallagher Center Theater.
The Cincinnatus Association in partnership with Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University and the University of Cincinnati will honor six educators next month as part of an awards ceremony at Xavier’s Cintas Center.
On Thursday, January 27, students at Xavier University will have the opportunity to learn about Mexican culture, faith and food in their own dining hall. From 4:30 - 8 pm in the Hoff Marketplace in the Cintas Center, Taquería Mercado (locations in Fairfield, Florence, and downtown Cincinnati) will serve Mexican cuisine.
Xavier University and Grailville will offer a unique experiential land-based seminar on experiencing the earth as primary sacred and sacramental reality from July 31 to August 6, 2011. The program will be led by theologian and biologist Leon Chartrand, PhD, and Grail program co-founders Elizabeth Robinson and Kathleen Sellers.
Xavier University will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit April 4-6, 2011, by a team representing The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Xavier has been continuously accredited by the Commission since 1935.