Employee Announcements

Posted: 2/7/16 11:45 AM

Xavier University's Jesuit Catholic and liberal art traditions call for "an inclusive environment of open and free inquiry” where we invite students, staff and faculty to be “committed to the common good and to the education of the whole person through reflection, compassion and informed action.”

In October 2015, focus groups with some Xavier students, faculty and staff were facilitated by national consultants, Rankin & Associates. Participants helped to shape the upcoming survey that will be live from March 1-24, 2016. All students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to be heard and help inform the university's strategic planning.

Hard copies of the survey will be made available at specific locations: Center for Teaching Excellence, Learning Assistance Center, Human Resources, and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. Otherwise, you can take the survey online at www.xavier.edu/beheard. During the week of Spring Break, employees without regular access to a computer will be able to use reserved computer labs in the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Center for International Education, CLC 207, Smith 14, and Smith 21 from 9am-12noon.

Survey results along with three recommendations for improving climate will be shared in Fall 2016.

Qualified: CDI's Diversity Professional Development Initiative for Students

Posted: 2/7/16 8:55 AM

Qualified is the Center for Diversity and Inclusion's professional development initiative in co-sponsorship with the Career Development Office and Macy's Inc. This initiative addresses the historic marginalization of qualified peoples whose identities haven't traditionally been valued in the workplace. There are  two events this semester for students of color, women, LGBTQ students, and students with disabilities to gain professional skills, develop social capital and engage with local Cincinnati companies looking to recruit a more diverse workforce.

1-Qualified Ad 1.pdf

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