Employee Announcements

  • Sunset of WebEx - 15 minutes ago | 0 views

    Posted: 8/1/14 11:38 AM

    Over the last six months, the Office of Academic Affairs, in conjunction with Information Technologies, underwent an RFP and vendor selection process to evaluate synchronous web conferencing tools.  We are pleased to announce that Zoom has been selected as our new synchronous web conferencing tool. With the implementation of Zoom, students along with faculty and staff, will now have access to a web conferencing tool.

    Please note, as of August 23, 2014, WebEx will no longer be accessible to faculty and staff and Zoom will be the default synchronous web conferencing tool on campus.  If you would like to do audio-only phone conferencing, please use MeetingPlace.

    Zoom is available now, so if you would like to try it, you can access it here with your Xavier login and password. You can also learn more about Zoom be reading this knowledge base article

    Faculty members can register for workshops to learn more about using Zoom in the classroom and Staff members can contact Chris Miller (millerc35@xavier.edu) to setup additional training if needed. 

     

  • Scams targeting universities - 39 minutes ago | 1 view

    Posted: 8/1/14 11:15 AM

    Information Technologies has been made aware of some scams across the country that target university Faculty, Staff and students. Click here for additional information.

    For more information: http://www.ic3.gov/media/2014/140505.aspx

  • Mileage Rate Reminder - 47 minutes ago | 2 views

    Posted: 8/1/14 11:06 AM

    The University follows the mileage rates allowed by the IRS.  The business mileage rate is 56 cents, however the rate for moving/reloacation expenses is only 23.5 cents.  Please see the attached memo from the Controller.  Please call Accounts Payable at 3199 with questions.  

    1-Mileage2014.pdf

  • Chief Diversity and Inclusion Offic. . . - 2 hours ago | 4 views

    Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Open Forum Dates

    Posted: 8/1/14 9:00 AM

    Final candidates for the position of Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer will be on campus the Week of August 11th.  Open Forums are scheduled for the following dates and times:

    • Tuesday, August 12, 10:30 – 11:45am (Kennedy Auditorium)

    • Wednesday, August 13 10:30 – 11:45 (Conaton Board Room)

    • Thursday, August 14, 10:30 – 11:45am (Kennedy Auditorium)

    Application materials and candidate names will be posted via Today at Xavier on Monday, August 11.

  • Birth Announcement - 19 hours ago | 5 views

    Posted: 7/31/14 3:59 PM

    On July 24, 2014, Joe Christman, Director for the Gallagher Student Center and Summer Conferences, and his wife Heather welcomed their first child, Rebecca Jane into the family. She weighed 7lbs 11oz and was 20 ½ inches long. Mom, Dad and daughter are doing well.

  • Register Now for Club Day 2014! - 21 hours ago | 4 views

    Posted: 7/31/14 2:18 PM

    Club Day is an opportunity for students to connect with student organizations, offices and departments, and to get involved at the start of the new school year!

    Club Day will take place on
    Tuesday, September 2nd from 10:30am-2:30pm

    Process to Register
    Only recognized Student Organizations and Xavier Offices and Departments are eligible to exhibit at Club Day. No other student groups are eligible to participate. To register, interested groups must complete this registration form on OrgSync: https://orgsync.com/32078/forms/111074/edit. Once approved, we will contact the submitter to inform you of your acceptance and provide further instruction.

    The deadline to register will be
    Wednesday, August 27th by 5pm.

    Organizations, Offices, and Departments will be provided one table only. Please do not request extra tables for your group - we are limited with both resources and space.

    Club Day Instructions
    Approved groups should arrive between 10-10:30am to set up their table. All organizations will be pre-assigned a 6-foot standard table. When you arrive, look for your table location on the Xavier Yard Club Day Map displayed near the entrance of GSC (there is no need to check-in).

    You should bring display materials/display board, promotional materials about upcoming events, sign-up sheets for interested students to join your organization or find out more information, and any giveaway items you'd like to offer for students.

    Fundraising is prohibited at Club Day. You may not collect monies or operate any kind of fundraiser at your table.  You are welcome to promote upcoming fundraisers though, as long as they are registered, approved fundraisers with the Office of Student Involvement. 

    Electricity will not be provided. Also, there can be NO amplified sound as we have a radio station that will be on location. Please do not bring speakers or amps to your booth.

    Your organization should plan on having a representative working your table at all times throughout the event.

    Please contact Crystal Guffey, Student Organizations Coordinator in the Office of Student Involvement with any questions.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/student-involvement/clubs/Club-Day-on-the-Yard.cfm

  • Studio portraits - 22 hours ago | 2 views

    Posted: 7/31/14 1:02 PM

    Studio Portrait Announcement: The Office of University Communications has studio sessions for faculty and staff to have portraits made or updated. Studio sessions are available on August 7th (Thursday) from 11:00 till 12:00 and from 3:00 till 4:00. The NEW photography/video studio is located in Alumni room 114. No appointment necessary.

  • Marketing open house and learning o. . . - 1 day ago | 4 views

    Marketing open house and learning opportunities

    Posted: 7/31/14 10:57 AM

    Beginning August 12, the Office of University Communications will host a weekly Marketing Open House where those who need assistance with small marketing projects, web updates, social media inquiries or more can stop by our marketing office to get immediate attention. Days and times vary to offer a range of options for campus colleagues. See website for details.

    University Communications will also host learning sessions each semester where employees can discover more about social media, web updates, content creation, and even a session providing individuals with a general communications toolkit. All are welcome. See website for topics and registration.

  • University Communications Partners - 1 day ago | 5 views

    Posted: 7/31/14 10:49 AM

    To help facilitate effective and efficient processes and opportunities related to marketing and communications, the Office of University Communications is implementing a new Marketing Partners program. One of our talented Marketing Partners has been assigned to each University initiative, division, or college. Similar to the process in Human Resources with HR Business Partners, Marketing Partners will help facilitate the strategies and requests by Xavier's employees.

    To find out your Marketing Partner, visit http://www.xavier.edu/university-communications/management.cfm.

    As usual, our online project request form, quick web update, online templates, and storefront are a great first step for anyone with a marketing interest.

  • CTE Faculty Associate Position - 1 day ago | 17 views

    Posted: 7/30/14 1:21 PM

    The Center for Teaching Excellence announces a new position, the CTE Faculty Associate; this individudual will work collaboratively with the CTE Administrative and Faculty Directors in creating and conducting a range of faculty development activities.  This position will receive a teaching load reduction of one course per semester and a semester-stipend. Based on the candidate’s availability, the position will begin either in fall 2014 (covering the fall and spring semesters) or in January 2015 (for the spring semester alone). Applications are being accepted through Monday, August 11, 2014.  More detailed information, along with the application, can be found at www.xavier.edu/cte.

    For more information: http://xavier.edu/cte

  • Security Awareness Training - 115 days ago | 173 views

    Posted: 4/7/14 2:36 PM

    Security awareness training is important because it reminds us all how to protect sensitive information at Xavier and stay safe online. There is a series of short videos in Atomic Learning that provides helpful information on topics such as malicious software, safe web browsing, email security, etc. To log on to Atomic Learning, use your Xavier username and password and search for “PC Security and Maintenance”.  Additional important security awareness messages can be found here.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/ts/faculty/IT-Security.cfm

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