Posted: 1/21/17 5:53 PM
Do you have musical talent? Are you a part of a music group? Do you enjoy listening to music? If your answer was yes to any of these questions, come out to Music For Miracles on January 25th from 8-10pm in the Arrupe Overlook. Soloists, ensembles, DJs, intrumentalists, etc. are all encouraged to sign up to perform. All students should come out to the event, and vote for their favorite performances. The group or individual with the most votes will headline MuskieThon! Regestration can be found at www.xavierdm.org.
For more information: http://www.xavierdm.org
Posted: 1/21/17 12:10 AM
Xavier Guitar Series presents:
Sunday, January 29, 2017 - 2:30 pm
Gallagher Student Center (GSC) Theater
Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the box office at 513-745-3939. XU Faculty and Staff can get buy one, get one tickets (by selecting the XU Fac/Staff ticket rate).
Guitarist Marc Teicholz was awarded first prize at the 1989 International Guitar Foundation of America Competition, the largest, most prestigious contest of its kind in the United States. He was also a prize winner at the 1991 New York East-West Artists Competition.
Described by Gramophone as “arguably the best of the new young guitarists to have emerged,” and by Soundboard magazine as “among the best we have ever heard,” Teicholz’s performances throughout the world include tours of the United States, Canada, Russia, Poland, Switzerland, Southeast Asia, New Zealand and Fiji. His recitals and master classes have received critical acclaim, and he has been featured in concert with orchestras in Spain, Portugal, California and Hawaii.
He has also had new works written especially for him. Most recently, Teicholz debuted Clarice Assad’s Concerto for Guitar, O Saci-Pererê, at the Biasini Festival in San Francisco. Teicholz tours the United States extensively with The Festival of Four. He is featured on the pilot soundtrack for George Lucas’ Young Indiana Jones, and has recorded solo CDs for Naxos, Sugo, Menus and Music, and most recently, Guitar Salon International. His latest solo disc, Valseana, presents works performed on historic guitars of the period of each musical selection. On Delos records, he has recently released “Open your Heart” with soprano Laura Claycomb, featuring mixed 19th and 20th-century composers.
For more information: https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=993e36d0d39aec03dec1254263133a4b
Posted: 1/20/17 4:17 PM
Genevieve Uhrig, mother of Jim Uhrig, Department of History, passed away at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, January 19, the actual morning of her 94th birthday.
The wake will be held from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Loveland on Tuesday, January 24. The funeral Mass will follow at 10:00. Internment will take place at Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
Posted: 1/20/17 12:23 PM
In the 4th of 6 E/RS interviews, Chris Anderson (History), Suparna Chatterjee (History), and Kristen Renzi (English) will discuss the importance, history, and meaning of feminism. The E/RS interviews provide an opportunity for us to get to know members of the Xavier community in a more informal way. January 26 in Kennedy Auditorium (CLC), 7 p.m.
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/ers/Lecture-Series.cfm
Posted: 1/20/17 11:48 AM
Join Xavier University in the Go Move Challenge, a competition with other participating Jesuit Universities to determine which university is the most active! The competition begins on February 1 and lasts the entire month. Events will be taking place in the O’Connor
’s Sports Center and the Cintas Center. More information on specific events, including times and locations, is coming soon. Please click here for the flyer, video and to register. Join the challenge and make Xavier the most active Jesuit University! If you have problems with the link, please visit our website at www.xavier.edu/hr for more information.
Posted: 1/20/17 11:23 AM
Come to the Arrupe Overlook from 11AM to 1PM
Meet BART members and learn how to report bias!
What is a bias related incident?
- a non-criminal behavior or act – verbal or non-verbal – that is rooted in a bias toward an individual or groups based on actual or perceived characteristics, such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religious belief, disability, national origin, veteran status, or age.
- Examples of bias incidents include, but are not limited to epithets, slurs, demeaning images, graffiti, and the defacement of property.
How to report a Bias related incident or crime?
Xavier University Police Department: contact XUPD at (513) 745-1000 or visit XUPD on campus at Flynn Hall.
Report to the University: http://www.xavier.edu/studentconcern
Bias Advisory and Response Team:
What is B.A.R.T.?
- Bias Advisory and Response Team
- faculty, staff, and students, who work closely with the Director of Student Integrity to:
- Track the frequency and nature of bias incidents and related campus climate data
- Recommend and help implement corrective strategies
- Help coordinate transparent communication to the University community
- Review University policies related to bias incidents
- Disseminate an annual report on bias-related incidents
- Institutional interventions
If you have any specific questions or concerns, come today to the Arrupe Overlook from 11AM-1PM
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/dean-of-students/About-the-Bias-Advisory-Group-Committee.cfm
Posted: 1/20/17 8:59 AM
Now in its sixth year, TEDxXavierUniversity is a student, independently organized TED event designed to inspires innovative thinking and moving others to purposeful action.
Faculty, staff, and students interested in presenting at this year's TEDx event in April should consider this year's theme, "Luminescence," and its description below before submitting a proposal here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeyy4_rkHWpiwjjURQyTduFyGw47N1ufTGrkB0smPlTiaFnRQ/viewform?c=0&w=1 )
Luminescence can be a twinkle, a light, or a vision that reveals something or provides guidance and a path forward. Keeping with TED’s charge to promote ideas worth spreading, you can interpret our theme literally (energy, solar, medicine, physics, or environmental illumination), analogously or metaphorically (social media journalism spotlighting, the illumination of knowledge and painting). So the question is, what are you illuminating?
Questions about the speaker application process can be directed to Ebube Iheme (email@example.com).
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/tedx/
Posted: 1/20/17 8:55 AM
Monday, January 23 will be "Maker Monday" for dorm accessories at the Makerspace on the 1st floor of McDonald.
Practical or decorative, create the perfect accessory for your dorm. Vinyl letters for the window, beaded curtain ties, pencil cups, and more. Bring your imagination and a desire to create! All supplies are provided free of charge.
These are casual drop in projects. Stop by any time from 10 to 4!
For more information: http://libguides.xavier.edu/c.php?g=498129&p=4131938
Posted: 1/20/17 8:50 AM
January 26 1:15-2:30 CLC 308
How might Xavier faculty leverage service learning and community partners to enhance conversations around race and difference in the classroom?
Faculty who incorporate service learning in their courses often reflect on how tangible engagement provided by community partners elevates and informs difficult conversations in the classroom about race, class, and difference. This program facilitated by the Eigel Center and including faculty reflection will assist those interested in incorporating curricular engagement with diverse populations via service learning. Faculty of all experience levels are invited. All materials and light refreshments will be provided. See the attached for more details! Please RSVP to Nancy Hackett at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, January 24
Posted: 1/20/17 7:08 AM
Faculty and Staff are very welcome to participate in a wonderful study abroad opportunity, "An Ignatian Journey to the Holy Land: Historical, Cultural and Interfaith Perspectives." The travel dates are May 15-29, 2017. The trip will be led by Dr. Sarah Melcher, Dr. Kristine Suna-Koro, and Dr. Patricia Tull. Join alumni and friends of Xavier University in exploring the complex history of the region, the growth of the three monotheistic faiths side by side, and the impact of religion in the land. Please see the attached flyer and itinerary. Questions? Please contact Sarah Melcher, email@example.com
Student Concern Report
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