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"The decision to press 'GO' was the hardest part. After that I hit the ground running and have never looked back. The Xavier brand speaks for itself- it's recognized both locally and nationally and allows you to get in and out in just two years."
Eric Banks, Class of 2013 Development Researcher, Procter & Gamble
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati recently named Xavier graduate Susan Gibbons (Master of Education in Educational Administration, '85) the newest director of educational services and superintendent of Cincinnati Catholic Schools.
Before he became Cincinnati’s Chief of Police this year, Eliot Isaac was a typical officer rising through the ranks with the benefit of his first degree from Xavier. On Saturday, May 15, Chief Isaac graduated again with a Master of Human Resource Development, a program he says has given him invaluable tools as the newest leader of Cincinnati’s police force.
"I loved Xavier’s Health Services Administration program. In it I found what I feel is my calling and true craft. In this industry, and in Xavier’s program, it’s all about making connections. Graduates spoke with our classes regularly and we connected with professionals in hospitals and care facilities. It wasn’t just about absorbing what’s in the textbooks."