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Posted: 3/30/17 11:15 AM

Join us for a dialogue that explores how students experience the sexual (including absistence & asexual) and romantic campus culture. Day of Dialogue will be facilitated by students involved in the BRAVE, our gender and sexual-based violence prevention education group, and members of the Bias Advisory and Response Team. Sign up to attend one of the four locations.

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

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Posted: 3/30/17 9:46 AM

Check out the video that shares the inspirational journeys of the four 2017 AJ finalist! The winner of the AJ Scholarship and Macy's Multicultural Award given to the runner-up will be announced tomorrow evening. We hope you can attend to celebrate these student's academic success and inclusive excellence.
 

For more information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTSi9AUfk44

Posted: 3/30/17 8:06 AM

Provost & CAO Search Update

The Search Committee is looking forward to welcoming Finalist #2 to campus today and tomorrow. As a reminder, the CV, cover letter, interview schedule and survey are posted to Xavier’s NEXUS/SharePoint site. All faculty, staff and students are able to access the folder directly from the Nexus site or via 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. To allow sufficient time to provide input, the length of time both surveys will remain open has been extended.  Below are the updated close times.

  • Finalist #1 – survey closes Friday, March 31 at 5:00p.m.

  • Finalist #2 – survey closes Monday, April 3 at 5:00p.m.

Please be advised that Finalist #3 has withdrawn from the Provost & CAO search process for personal reasons.  If you are currently holding times on your calendar for April 6 and 7 for interviews with Finalist #3, those holds can be released. 
 

Posted: 3/29/17 5:08 PM

On April 4th, come listen to Melissa A. Fabello as she discusses the normalization of dating violence in pop music and advertising for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Location: The Arrupe Overlook
?Time: 4:00-6:00 pm

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Posted: 3/29/17 12:31 PM

Come and engage in a presentation of this award winning documentary about a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan. Following the film, hear from a panel featuring Catholic Charites representatives, a local Syrian refugee, and Dr. Humam Akbik, a local doctor who has provided underground medical care to those fleeing Syria. Authentic Syrian food will be provided by a business owned by a local Syrian refugee, Kan Ya Makan Atayeb Zaman.

View the film trailer at: http://livingonone.org/salamneighbor/

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/campusuite25/modules/calendar.cfm?grp_id=2172&cal_id=40760#.WNvR7DsrLcs

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Posted: 3/29/17 11:20 AM

We have extended the application deadline for the Book Scholarship! Apply for this great opporunity to help pay for your books for the next school year!!!

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 Friday, March 31, 2017 by 5pm.

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: 3/29/17 10:48 AM

Film, Music and Stories from the US/Mexico Border 

Sunday April 2  4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Kennedy Auditorium

Join Natalia Serna, singer songwriter featured in Creighton University's Backpack Journalism film, "El Deportado", for a night of film, music and stories from the U.S./Mexico border. 

For information, contact Kathleen Smythe (smythe@xavier.edu).  

 

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"Bleeding Love: Pop Music, Advertising, and the Normalization of Dating Violence"

Posted: 3/29/17 10:27 AM

Please join the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Xavier Students Against Sexual Assault, and the Title IX Office for a keynote presentation by Melissa A. Fabello as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

This event will be held on April 4th from 4:00-6:00pm in the Arrupe Overlook. 

 

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Posted: 3/29/17 9:47 AM

Applications to propose Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) beginning in fall 2017 or spring 2018 are due Monday, April 3rd.  FLCs are a cross-disciplinary group of 8 to 12 members, led by one or two facilitators, that engages in a year-long collaboration dedicated to exploring one theme or aspect related to teaching and learning within and beyond the university community. More information and the application can be found on the CTE website.

 

 

Posted: 3/29/17 9:46 AM

The Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Learning Community focused on Designing Short-Term Immersion Experiences presents the results of its semester-long exploration Monday, April 3rd from 12:00-1:30 pm in the CTE Faculty Lounge, CLC 317.  Facilitated by Laney Bender-Slack, Education, the group examined pedagogical topics such as connecting immersion to course work, integrating technology and emerging media, and the role of reflection in formation and transformation. Lunch provided.

Montessori Lab School --- Come see our 6th Grade Plastic Museum on Wednesday, March 29th (1:30p.m.)!

Posted: 3/28/17 3:49 PM

Ever wonder what the impact of plastic is on our planet?

You are invited to the GRAND OPENING of the Lab School 6th grade Plastic Museum! 

Join us Wednesday, March 29 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in Joseph Hall (3rd floor).

The 6th graders have been working very hard on this display and are anxious for all to see!

The Montessori Lab School 6th Graders

Montessori Lab School --- Come see our 6th Grade Plastic Museum on Wednesday, March 29th (1:30p.m.)!

Posted: 3/28/17 3:49 PM

Ever wonder what the impact of plastic is on our planet?

You are invited to the GRAND OPENING of the Lab School 6th grade Plastic Museum! 

Join us Wednesday, March 29 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in Joseph Hall (3rd floor).

The 6th graders have been working very hard on this display and are anxious for all to see!

The Montessori Lab School 6th Graders

Posted: 3/28/17 3:01 PM

Yeah, that's right! Chester Cheetah and Captain Crunch are coming to campus tomorrow at 10 am. Grab pictures with them on the Yard until 12 pm.

Pepsico and Xavier University are celebrating a year of collaboration which means FREE samples from some of your favorite items like Captain Crunch, Cheetos, and Naked Juice! 

See ya tomorrow for #PepsiCoDay 

Provided by Xavier Auxiliary Services

Posted: 3/28/17 1:49 PM

Dr. Kristen Renzi, of Xavier's English department, will be reading from her newly published collection The God Games and Other Voices on Thursday, March 30th, at 7:30pm in the Clock Tower Lounge (360 Gallagher). Please join her! Refreshments will be provided, and books will be available for purchase. 

Posted: 3/28/17 1:41 PM

Tickets are on sale for our 2017 Event!  TEDx Xavier University’s theme this year is Luminescence. Luminescence can be a twinkle, a light, or a vision that reveals something or provides guidance and a path forward. So the question is, what are you illuminating? Doors open at 5:30 P.M. The event will run 6:00 P.M. to 8:15 P.M. on Thursday, April 6th in Kennedy Auditorium in the CLC. Student/Faculty Tickets are $5 and Public $20. Cost covers catering and a gift bag. Buy your tickets before space runs out! #luminescence

Get your tickets: http://bit.ly/tedxu17

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