“This is a huge potential for them. The population is growing at almost 2 percent a year: that’s a pretty high growth rate.”
Jamal Abu-Rashed, director of the Center for International Business, in the Cincinnati Business Courier on P&G opening a $100 million manufacturing plant in Pakistan
'When I was in fifth or sixth grade, I was so into basketball that I thought I would play in college and go pro. As I got older, I realized sports is fun but you have to decide what you want to do to make the world better. I want to be a doctor and I want to help people enjoy their lives the way I've enjoyed mine.'
Freshman Ben Pollick, a pre-med major and member of the track team, in the Akron Beacon Journal
“We’re looking for every bit of funding we can get.
Paul Calme, financial aid director, in the Cincinnati Business Courier on the shortage of financial aid
“I have four people who’ve tentatively signed up for programs contingent upon them getting funding, People are trying to beef up their resumes to make themselves feel more marketable.”
Sue Bensman, director of programs for the Xavier Leadership Center, in the Cincinnati Business Courier, on the shortage of financial aid
"The close proximity of events that have happened at Anaheim Stadium suggests that, boy, this is a disturbing trend and that this has become a huge problem. But it could be something that is completely due to chance."
Christian End, an assistant professor of psychology, in the Los Angeles Times, on two violent events at Los Angeles Angels baseball games
“Universities develop ties with businesses. The Xavier network is strong and it’s recognized regionally and nationally. That’s a great benefit…What they’re finding here at Xavier is a personalized approach to education that will meet their needs and benefit them while they’re simultaneously getting their degree from a nationally-ranked university.”
Jen Bush, assistant dean of graduate programs in the Williams College of Business, in Cincy magazine
“The Executive MBA is a format that is usually accelerated and cohort-based, meaning that a static group of students follows the same pre-set schedule from start to finish…the students have, on average, 10-15 years experience.”
Chris Schlicter, assistant director of executive programs, in Cincy magazine
“Xavier makes the admissions process very simple. Online applications are easily accessible and free, and knowledgeable advisors can be available around the clock to give personal assistance.”
Mary Kay Meyer, acting dean for the Xavier Center for Adult & Part-Time Students, in Cincy magazine
"Some graduates are hesitant to get involved with an association their first year out of school, but those who join see the benefits immediately. Meeting new contacts at various career stages can help graduates benchmark where they want to be in five to 10 years."
Sandra B. Richtermeyer, chair of the Department of Accountancy and chair-elect of the Institute of Management Accountants board of directors, on the Business Wire
“There’s a broader concept of value than just low cost. There’s more of an assurance of quality. If there’s a strong relationship, you’re going to assume if something isn’t right, they’re going to fix it.”
Tom Hayes, professor of marketing in the Cincinnati Business Courier
“Do we treat them like Marines or mercenaries? If a company looks at the CEO as a Marine, that means they believe he is working for long-term goals and is driven by a sense of duty and honor. If they view CEOs as mercenaries, they think of them as hired guns who are only in it for themselves.
Paul Fiorelli, director of the Cintas Institute for Business Ethics, in the Portland Business Journal, on CEO compensation