Ambassador of Colombia on campus 10. . . - 16 minutes ago | 6 views
Ambassador of Colombia on campus 10/31
Posted: 10/23/14 2:17 PM
On Friday, October 31, Luis Carlos Villegas, Ambassador of Colombia to the United States will speak on “The New Colombia – A Successful Case of U.S. Foreign Policy” at 10:00 am in the Cintas Center banquet room. This event is free and will last one hour. Villegas was appointed Ambassador in 2013 [his first ambassadorial post] and has been a leader in both the public and private sectors, including most recently as President of the National Business Association of Colombia. He’s also a member of the Colombian government’s negotiating team. Villegas briefly attended Xavier, and received both his bachelor’s degree in socioeconomics and law degree from the Jesuit Universidad Javeriana in Bogota, and submitted a D.A. in Public Administration from the University of Paris. Please RSVP at www.xavier.edu/williams. Call X4272 with questions. Thank you.
Xavier Choirs Present "A Lifetime o. . . - 2 hours ago | 44 views
Xavier Choirs Present "A Lifetime of Singing"
Posted: 10/23/14 11:41 AM
On Wednesday, October 29 at 8:00pm, the XU Choral Department will present their fall concert, entitled "A Lifetime of Singing."
The choirs will perform an integrated program inspired by how we, as singers, use music to celebrate , mourn, commune, and relate events and periods in our lives. Featured composers include Eric Barnum, Daniel Gawthrop, Claudin de Sermisy, Domick Argento, Tim Sarsany, Franz Schubert, Dan Forrest, Edvard Greig, Zebulon Highben, Ruth Watson Henderson, David Childs, and Moses Hogan.
The Xavier choirs are conducted by Dr. Thomas Merrill and Dr. Ricahrd Schnipke, and accompanied by pianist, Jan Corrothers.
The Concert will be held in Bellarmine Chapel. Admission is free and the doors open to the public 20 minutes prior to the start time.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1577637225797864/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
Spanish Cultural Event: Pan's Labyr. . . - 5 hours ago | 76 views
Spanish Cultural Event: Pan's Labyrinth
Posted: 10/23/14 9:01 AM
In the spirit of Halloween XU Spanish Club will be showing the film Pan's Labyrinth. This will count towards a Spanish Cultural Event. Truly, a great film from Guillermo del Toro.Date: Wednesday Oct. 29th Location: CLC Kennedy Auditorium Time: 6:00 PM
MANDATORY XUIM Captains Meeting Ton. . . - 5 hours ago | 81 views
MANDATORY XUIM Captains Meeting Tonight!
Posted: 10/23/14 8:40 AM
XUIM Mandatory Captains Meeting Tonight
CLC Kennedy Auditorium @ 6PM
We need all Captains to fill out availability for Volleyball & Basketballl!
Please send a team representative!
Please Take Quick & Fun Survey - 14 hours ago | 172 views
Study Abroad Safety: Information Se. . . - 23 hours ago | 132 views
Study Abroad Safety: Information Session
Posted: 10/22/14 3:31 PM
Tomorrow, Thursday, October 23, from 4:00-5:00pm, join us for an information session with guest speaker from the FBI to discuss safety while studying abroad. Topics will include: national security, export restrictions and protecting your proprietary information. The session will take place in Gallagher Student Center, room 330.
For more information contact the Center for International Education at 513-745-2864 or email@example.com.
Fredin Scholarship Information Sess. . . - 1 day ago | 132 views
Fredin Scholarship Information Session
Posted: 10/22/14 2:19 PM
Come to the Fredin Memorial Scholarship information session on Monday, October 27th at 8 PM in Schott 1010 (top floor lounge). You will get the chance to hear from past participants and to find out how to be eligible.
Scholarship(s), which will cover a substantial part of the program’s cost, will be awarded for 2015?2016. Winners will have a choice of a full academic year or a semester of studies in Paris or Grenoble, France through The American Institute for Foreign Study.
Applications are now being accepted. Deadline is on or before 4:00 PM Friday, November 7, 2014.
Call 513-745-3171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an application packet.
Also the link below gives you more information on eligibility.
2015-2016 Academic Calendar - 1 day ago | 312 views
Posted: 10/22/14 12:44 PM
The 2015-2016 Academic Calendar is now available:
For more information or questions about the Academic Calendar please contact the Office of the Registrar.
Greece 2015 Summer Study Abroad - 1 day ago | 98 views
Posted: 10/22/14 12:23 PM
There will be a general information about Greece 2015 Summer Study Abroad on Thursday, 10/30, 7:00-7:30, on the 10th floor of Schott. If you have not attended a previous information and are interested in learning more about the classes and itinerary, please stop by. You can also learn more by visiting the Study Abroad website under Faculty Led Programs, reading the attachment, or contacting Dr. Shannon Byrne (email@example.com).
You're Invited! Exemplifying Excell. . . - 213 days ago | 203 views
You're Invited! Exemplifying Excellence
Posted: 3/23/14 8:21 PM
April 11, 2014
Cocktail Reception 6:30pm
Scholarship Banquest 7:00pm
James and Caroline Banquet Hall
Purchasing tickets is easy! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets are only $15 for Xavier Students and $30 for all others
The Antonio Johnson Scholarship is dedicated to the memory of Antonio Johnson, who began his academic career at Xavier in June 1971. While majoring in Urban Studies, he participated in the school band and was an active member of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as president of the Black Student Association, single-handedly organizing activities for Black Awareness Month in February 1976. Unfortunately, he died at age 22 on February 8 of that year. He is remembered as a caring, compassionate, confident, and articulate individual dedicated to social change and justice.
The Antonio Johnson Scholarship Award is presented each year to a junior of African descent with demonstrated academic excellence (3.0 minimum cumulative GPA), outstanding leadership, involvement, service, and a history of significant contributions to the Black Student Association and/or the Xavier University community.
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/gender-diversity/antonio-johnson-scholarship-gala.cfm