Posted: 11/30/15 1:41 PM
Xavier's first-year students are already contributing to the greater good. The next generation of scientists, thinkers and entrepreneurs has something to say. Come learn from them. Wednesday, December 2, 7:00-8:30 p.m. Cintas Center, Duff Banquet Room
Posted: 11/30/15 1:39 PM
This Thursday, Dec. 3, all faculty, administration and/or staff are invited to a second opportunity to share feedback on the proposal for the future of the University Scholars Program, attached here. Will it work for your majors and department(s)? You can also contact a task force member or one of the co-chairs, Steve Yandell and Jen Robbins, with thoughts.
The forum is from 11:00-noon in Gallagher 214.
Posted: 11/30/15 1:13 PM
The December Bible Study hosted by the Center for Mission and Identity will focus on the basics of reading the Old Testament with some reflection on the Advent scriptures. Joe Shadle will guide this study and reflection on Thursdays, December 3, 10, and 17 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. at the Center for Mission and Identity. These sessions are good for beginners and avid readers of the Bible alike. Bring your lunch and your Bible (or borrow one of ours) and join us!
Posted: 11/30/15 11:54 AM
To assist students needing late night study space during this busy time, the Conaton Learning Commons is open Sunday 10am through Friday 7pm, as well as Saturday 8am - 5pm, from November 30 - December 18. Students will need their All Cards to access the CLC through the main 3rd floor entrance after 10pm. Best of luck on your finals!
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/library/about/Hours.cfm
Posted: 11/30/15 9:39 AM
Parking spaces will be reserved along University Drive and other lots on campus to accommodate our Board of Trustees' meetings on Thursday, December 3 and Friday, December 4.
Posted: 11/30/15 9:36 AM
As part of the annual fundraising efforts for the Guatemala Medical Service Trip, the Center for Interfaith Community Engagement invites all to attend the Nearly Naked Mile Tuesday, December 1st at 7:00 p.m. Come run in your skivvies or dress up in wacky costume to win prizes and support a great cause! Registration is only $20 and includes a free t-shirt! All proceeds benefit the Guatemala Medical Service Trip and support the cost of sending Xavier students to Guatemala to provide medical assistance to a local village.
Posted: 11/30/15 8:48 AM
Join Fr Graham and other colleagues for the second installment of Hump Day Happy Hour in the Center for Mission and Identity on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 3:00-4:30 p.m. This informal, monthly event is co-hosted by different University departments each time. The December Happy Hour is sponsored by Graduate Studies, Information Technologies, Mission and Identity, and Student Enrichment. In the holiday spirit, canned foods will be collected for Inter-Parish Ministry and a special surprise - sure to bring a smile to your face -will happen at 3:30. Future happy hours will take place on Feb. 3, Mar. 2, April 6 and May 4.
Posted: 11/30/15 8:46 AM
On behalf of Dean Paul Gore and the search committee for the position of Associate Dean for External Relations and Finance in the CPS, I want to encourage you to attend the open forums we currently have scheduled for three finalists. These are open to everyone at Xavier; CPS faculty and staff are particularly encouraged to attend. The first one is on Wednesday, December 2. Wednesday, December 2nd - Dr. Cindy Geer 2:00-3:00 p.m. Open Forum (Kennedy Auditorium/CLC 412) Tuesday, December 8th – Dr. James Nash 3:00-4:00 p.m. Open Forum (Kennedy Auditorium/CLC 412) Monday, December 14th – Victoria Chester, JD 3:30-4:30 p.m. Open Forum (Kennedy Auditorium/CLC 412) Before each session, we encourage you to read the CVs and cover letters of the candidates. Everyone in the Xavier community should have access to this site. https://myxavier.sharepoint.com/cpsdeansearch
For more information: https://myxavier.sharepoint.com/cpsdeansearch
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