Posted: 8/23/16 5:50 PM
On behalf of me and my family, I want to offer a sincere thanks to everyone for the email, cards, prayers, flowers, and other gifts that you sent in memory of my dad, Joel. The kind and generosity of my colleagues here at Xavier has been a great comfort to my family during this very difficult time. I am truly blessed to have such a wonderful and caring work family like you.
Posted: 8/23/16 2:17 PM
Spirit Celebration is Tuesday, September 13th. The special Mass and community social is part of a long Jesuit tradition dating back to 1548 which honors the beginning of the academic year. So that all may participate, classes are suspended and offices will be closed from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Posted: 8/23/16 12:42 PM
The Office of Marketing and Communications offers studio sessions for faculty and staff to have their portraits made or updated. The next sessions are on August 25th or August 30th, from 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. The new photography and video studio is located in the Alumni Center, Room 114. No appointment is necessary.
Posted: 8/23/16 10:40 AM
New for this academic year, students can grant parents or other individuals of their choice permission to view their financial aid status, class registration, grades, and tuition information via proxy access in the Student Hub!
Under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Xavier cannot share certain information about students with anyone else - even parents - unless the student gives permission. Visit the Proxy Access information page to learn more.
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/registrar/proxy.cfm
Posted: 8/23/16 9:37 AM
Members of the University Rank and Tenure Committee as well as Interim Provost and Chief Academic Officer, Brian Levin-Stankevich, are holding an information session on the tenure and promotion process for the 2016-2017 academic year. Faculty are invited to the session which will take place in the Conaton Board Room located on the 2nd floor of Schmidt Hall on Monday, September 12th from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Posted: 8/23/16 8:36 AM
A calendar of religious holy days and observances for 2016-17 is available online on the Center for Mission and Identity Jesuit Resource website. The calendar highlights work restricted holy days so that faculty and staff supervisors may affirm and support the faiths of all members of the Xavier community.
How Do We Welcome the Stranger? - Immigrant Story-Sharing and Dialogue this Thursday Evening
Posted: 8/22/16 5:03 PM
How Do We Welcome the Stranger?: From Hostility to Hospitality, From Stories to Action. Join us this Thursday, August 25, 7 PM in Bellarmine Chapel for an evening of contemplative prayer, story-sharing and Ignatian discernment leading to action regarding the millions of undocumented immigrants in our country. This event is funded in part by a grant from our own Mission and Identity, as part of the Mission Animators theme for this year. It is co-sponsored by the Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center and Su Casa Hispanic Center. All are welcome! More information in the attached flier, or contact Tim Severyn at email@example.com
Heroes of Ethics Presentation with Michael Woodford, Former President and CEO Olympus
Posted: 8/22/16 12:09 PM
Michael Woodford, Former President and CEO, Olympus Corporation
When: September 22, 2016 6:00 pm
Where: Duff Banquet Room - Cintas Center
Attendance is Free - Space is Limited
For information on the Series and to RSVP, please follow the link below to RSVP by Sept. 15, 2016.
Michael Woodford will be signing his book: Exposure: Inside the Olympus Scandal: How I went from CEO to Whistleblower available for purchase after the lecture for $17
Xavier Theatre Presents "Slut Shaming" Tickets Free for Students at Box Office
Posted: 8/22/16 11:02 AM
Xavier Theatre presents Slut Shaming a Time Travel Adventure. The show explores how small town communities aggravate sexual assault. Come meet Lauren the main character of the show as she time travels through her assault. The show runs August 24th - August 28th. Tickets are available NOW and are FREE! Students can show up to the box office on the ground floor of the Gallagher Student Center (right at the bottom of the stairs) prior to the show Mon- Fri from 12pm - 5pm, or one hour before show. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Posted: 8/22/16 10:33 AM
At all first year students’ first Goa class, they will be given a “Success Team” postcard encouraging them to list all the members of their personal “Success Team” and bring the completed card to Student Success (CLC 514) for a small prize.
If you see a first year student who seems unsure of him or herself, please ask if they’ve completed their Success Team card. The Division of Enrollment Management created this touchpoint so all first year students are aware of the valuable resources Xavier has to help them be successful and persist to graduation. Call Laura Frazier at X3006 with questions. Thank you.
Posted: 8/22/16 10:33 AM
Vote for your favorite Summer 2016 Study Abroad Photos! Follow this link to like the photos on Facebook to vote for them: https://www.facebook.com/XavierUnivInternational/photos/?tab=album&album_id=990279571070635
There are five different categories. The photo to receive the most votes in its category will win a prize! Photo winners will be announced during International Coffee Hour on Wednesday, August 31st from 3:30-4:30pm in the Faces of the World Lounge.
For questions, please contact the Center for International Education at 513-745-2864 or email@example.com.
Posted: 8/22/16 9:10 AM
Stay organized and be reflective with: An Ignatian Day Planner
Professor Kam C. Wong to deliver public lecture in Shenzhen Police College, China
Posted: 8/22/16 3:30 AM
Professor Kam C. Wong from Criminal Justice has been invited by Shenzhen Police College to give a public lecture on "Perspective in International Policing: Theory, Research and Practice" on August 24, 2016. All are welcome.
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