Employee Announcements

Posted: 8/30/16 1:19 PM

The Center for Teaching Excellence hosts its annual fall speaker, Maryellen Weimer, PhD, Monday, September 12th and Tuesday, September 13th. Dr. Weimer delivers a keynote presentation on “What Makes Teaching Learner-Centered?” Monday, September 12th, 3:00-4:15 p.m. in Kennedy Auditorium. She will lead follow-up workshops Tuesday, September 13th on “Active Learning” (10:30-11:30 am), “Tests and Quizzes: Maximizing the Potential for Learning” (1:00-2:15 pm), and “Student Resistance to Learner-Centered Instructional Approaches” (2:30-3:45 pm). Dr. Weimer is editor of The Teaching Professor newsletter, author of The Teaching Professor blog, Professor Emerita of Teaching and Learning at Penn State and author of numerous books on pedagogy. Learn more and register for the workshops at the CTE website.

Phenomenal Womyn Rising Womens Group Meetings Return Tuesday Aug. 30 7pm in GSC 280

Posted: 8/30/16 11:02 AM

Phenomenal Womyn Rising is a supportive space for women to come together and engage in dialogue around issues that affect them.  All Xavier students, staff and faculty that identify as women are encouraged to attend.  Meeting times for Fall 2016 will be held biweekly on Tuesday evenings at 7pm in the Center for Diversity & Inclusion, GSC 280.  Meetings start on Tuesday Aug. 20th.  Light refreshments provided.  Contact Kelsey O'Neil, Assistant Director, Center for Diversity & Inclusion at oneilk2@xavier.edu

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LGBTQIA+ Support Group - Queeries to meet biweekly, Mondays 7:30-9pm [Monday Sept. 5th]

Posted: 8/30/16 10:17 AM

Queeries is a support group open all students who identify on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum.  Students meet biweekly to engage in dialogue about issues that affect them.  The next meeting will be Monday September 5, 2016 in the Muskie Mezzanine from 7:30-9pm.  Email Kelsey O'Neil, Assistant Director, Center for Diversity & Inclusion with questions, oneilk2@xavier.edu.


Posted: 8/30/16 8:34 AM

Starbucks in the All For One Shops at University Station is reopened for business. Due to flood damage, the All For One Shop at University Station is closed until further notice.

To view hours of operation for Starbucks, please click here.


For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/auxiliary-services/Dining-Hours-Of-Operation.cfm

Posted: 8/29/16 9:05 PM

Due to flooding damage the All For One Shop at University Station will be closed August 30th.  The store anticipates being open for business on Wednesday, August 31st.


Starbucks Cafe will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, August 30th.

Posted: 8/29/16 3:47 PM

Due to the Labor Day Holiday, Monday September 5, Support Staff Employees' Web Time Entry Timesheets for the pay date September 9, 2016 will be due by Noon on Friday September 2, 2016.  Approvers will need to approve their Support Staff Employee's Web Time Entry Timesheets by the end of the day on Friday September 2, 2016.  We cannot guarantee pay if a Support Staff employee does not submit their Web Time Entry Timesheet by the due date and time.  It may be helpful to contact your supervisor to let them know you have submitted your time for their approval.  For more information, call x3436

Cinco Announces Third Season of the "Innovative Educator of the Year Award"

Posted: 8/29/16 1:26 PM

Please see attached for the announcement.

We also would like to request that this goes out in Xavier Today the week of 8/29, 9/9, and 9/19.

Thank you.

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Posted: 8/28/16 8:28 PM

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