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Inside Xavier

October 2009

Faculty & staff news

Sustainability Day 2009

Celebrate Sustainability

Today, Tuesday, Oct. 27, marks Xavier's inaugural Sustainability Day. Campus-wide efforts to make the University a more sustainable, environmentally friendly place are already underway. In some cases, efforts have been ongoing for years; others, such as the new construction, have brought about new efforts. A new video brings us up to date about past efforts and points to some future directions. October's Xavier Faces are Niké Cline-Bailey, generalist in the Office of Human Resources, and Doug Olberding, chair and associate professor for the Department of Sport Studies. And of course, we have our regular features as well. We invite you to send us your thoughts or suggestions.

Employee Recognition

Inside Xavier is pleased to spotlight the University's monthly Employee Recognition Program, which publicly recognizes individuals who consistently reflect our Jesuit mission in terms of being men and women for others, consistently go the extra mile in their efforts and consistently put Xavier's interests ahead of their own. This honor is part of a larger initiative of the President's Administrative Council to better inform, connect and recognize faculty, staff and administrators throughout the institution. Honorees are selected by the President's Cabinet. If you would like to nominate someone for employee recognition, fill out our nomination form.

Timothy DunnTimothy Dunn, Campus Minister, Campus Ministry
Timothy Dunn regularly demonstrates a clear allegiance to Xavier?s mission. A dedicated worker, he has a deep love for retreats and the spiritual development they provide. He also serves as support staff for Alternative Break, Nashville. Generous with his time, Tim often returns to campus on his personal time to attend student events.
 

Stephanie BrzuzyStephanie Brzuzy, Chair, Department of Social Work
Stephanie Brzuzy exemplifies integrated learning. She is committed to student learning inside and outside the classroom, is an active advisor for Xavier Alliance, and has played a pivotal role in bringing scholars and activists to campus, including a scholar-in-residence for performing arts. A member of the University Appeals Board, she is an active part of the University?s discipline process and participates in a wide range of activities across campus.

Nancy Kist,Nancy Kist, Graduation Specialist, Graduate School of Business
Nancy Kist is always ready to volunteer for activities that bring her to campus at non-traditional times. She also willingly gives of her time to participate in outside events, such as the benefit for Taylor Neal?the MBA student worker whose father is braving cancer. Nancy takes on the role of University ambassador in each class she takes and will not stop until others have the solution they need.
 

New Faces at Xavier Countdown to the Quad Faculty Staff Accomplishments

If you know a fellow employee who goes above and beyond
to make Xavier a better place for all,
be sure to nominate him or her.