Posted: 12/2/16 3:27 PM
The Office of Auxiliary Services is pleased to announce that there will be no limitations on student printing at the print release stations for the final two weeks of the semester, Dec. 2 - Dec. 15. This is in support of the high volume of academic work that is typically due at the end of the semester. Other positive news, despite the new print allocations in place this past semester, only 1% of students have reached their maximum number of free prints. Thank you for being more intentional with your printing needs. We are asking faculty to please share this message with their students. Thank you.
Posted: 12/2/16 11:20 AM
PLEASE NOTE: There is a new date for the final Queeries meeting of the semester. It will now be on December 5th from 7:30-9pm in the Musketeer Mezzanine.
Food and drinks will be provided!
If you have any questions, please contact Kelsey O'Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted: 12/1/16 11:00 PM
Hello everyone my name is Bernard Ekezie and I am a Junior at Xavier University. On Tuesday November 22 my voice recorder that I use for my classes went missing. I am in great need of locating my voice recorder for most of my class recordings are saved there and with finals coming up I am in despate need of finding it to study for my final exams. It is a Sony ICDUX560 Stero Digital Voice recorder w/built in USB. I have also included the URL to amazon to display how the voice recorder looks. My cell phone number is 9374699519 and email is email@example.com. If any of you have seen it I would greatly appreicate it if you would let me know. Thank you and God Bless.
Posted: 12/1/16 2:35 PM
Nominate a student for recognition at the 2017 All Honors Day Student Leadership Assembly on Saturday, April 1 when students are recognized for contributions made through leadership, service, advocacy and co-curricular involvement. Nominations by faculty and staff will be accepted until Wednesday, January 4, 2017. Access the nomination form on the Student Involvement website. Contact Molly Dugan in the Office of Student Involvement at ext. 3754 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/student-involvement/leadership/Award-Descriptions1.cfm
Posted: 12/1/16 11:38 AM
Faculty interested in attending the February 24-26, 2017 (Friday 5:00 PM – Sunday noon) Heartland-Delta Faculty Conference on “Engaging Difficult Conversations on Campus through Ignatian Dialogue” at Creighton University should contact Dr. Leslie Prosak-Beres at email@example.com from the office of Mission and Identity. Faculty Conversations provide faculty at Jesuit colleges and universities with a unique opportunity to discuss their common mission and its practical application for teaching, research and service. This year’s Heartland-Delta Faculty Conversations is open to faculty from all Jesuit higher Education institutions in the U.S. The keynote speaker for the conference is our own Dr. Chris Pramuk from Theology. Registration, travel and lodging for five faculty will be support by the Conway Institute for Jesuit education.
Christmas is Coming! Get Your Gifts at the Alternative Gift Fair in Gallagher This Sunday!
Posted: 12/1/16 11:22 AM
Didn't find everything you wanted on Black Friday? Want to give a gift that makes a difference? Come to our 10th Annual Alternative Gift Fair in Gallagher Student Center this Sunday, 12/4, 10 AM - 1:30 PM. We've got 20-plus vendors selling socially conscious clothing, jewelry, crafts, food, and more! Global artisans and local nonprofits are participating - everyone from Ten Thousand Villages, Kiva, and Sohza Jewelry to Xavier's own Interfaith Medical Mission Trip to Guatemala (with a photo booth!), Alternative Breaks, Better World Beans, and so many more! Live music will be provided by Dan Erdman. See the flier or our facebook event page for more information https://www.facebook.com/events/747224585427730/ We hope you can join us!
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/747224585427730/
Posted: 12/1/16 11:06 AM
In order to fully reflect the work of all offices of the Enrollment Management Division, the division has been renamed “Enrollment Management and Student Success.” The Enrollment Management and Student Success Division supports students from the point of admission through to the point of graduation, with many touchpoints along the way.
Departments within the Division include the Academic Advising Center, Academic Support (Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction), Admissions, Career Development, Enrollment Intelligence (Registrar, Analytics, Operations), Financial Aid, Goa, International Education, Student Athlete Academic Support Services, TRiO, and Veterans Affairs.
Thank you to all our colleagues across campus, from all divisions, for working with us in supporting the enrollment and retention of our students.
Aaron Meis, VP of Enrollment Management and Student Success
Posted: 12/1/16 9:40 AM
Merry Christmas from Common Ground!
Stop by the first floor of the GSC to for a cup of cocoa and to hear about a Common Ground Christmas--a special worship service this Sunday at 8 pm in Arrupe that will tell the Christmas story through Scripture and song--music provided by AcaBellas, the Gospel Choir and the Common Ground band. Just enough Christmas spirit (and Jesus) to get you through finals!
Common Ground is a weekly Christian worship sponsored by the CFJ.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/711120522370838/
Posted: 12/1/16 7:10 AM
Interim Provost Brian Levin-Stankevich shares his experiences with Competency-Based Education (CBE) Thursday, December 8th from 2:30-3:30 pm in the CTE Faculty Lounge (CLC 317). The conversation is hosted by the Center for Teaching Excellence book discussion group that read Specifications Grading by Linda Nilson this fall. Levin-Stankevich is formerly of Westminster College (Salt Lake City), which has online CBE-structured programs in nursing, business and communications. CBE programs typically measure student progress and completion in terms of competencies rather than courses or credit hours.
Posted: 12/1/16 7:08 AM
The Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning is announcing its call for faculty academy participants for spring 2017 with a lunch and learn session, co-hosted by the Center for Teaching Excellence, Wednesday December 7th from noon-1:00 pm in the CTE Faculty Lounge. The Academy is an annual curricular development program focused on course redesign and creation using principles of community-engaged learning and scholarship. Director Sean Rhiney will give a short presentation and answer questions about this unique development program for faculty that incentivizes and supports service learning course creation. Academy applications are due December 23. RSVP for this program at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit the Eigel Center website for more information.
Posted: 12/1/16 7:06 AM
The final staff session of the CTE Faculty in Residence program will take place Tuesday, December 6th from 11:00 am - noon in CLC 308. Dr. Amy Whipple, History, will discuss the National Health Service (NHS), its origins, early successes and problems, and British attitudes toward it today. Dr. Whipple offers these sessions for staff in conjunction with her Historical Perspectives course, Britain: Sherlock to Britpop. More information, including how to register, can be found here on the CTE website.
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