Student Announcements

Posted: 9/3/15 8:53 AM

Wednesday, September 9th -  All are invited to the special Mass and ice cream social. See the staff of the Office of the Dean of A&S blessing the new Alter Hall. So that all may attend, classes and meetings will be suspended and offices will be closed from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Posted: 9/2/15 4:47 PM

On Thursday, September 17, the Departments of History and Political Science will present the annual Constitution Day lecture. This year, Dr. Yonatan Eyal will consider the question, "Why do we need a written Constitution?" Although we have come to take it for granted, the idea of having a written fundamental law was something of a novelty in the eighteenth century. 

The lecture is free and will be held in the Conaton Board Room, Schmidt Hall, at 7PM.

Posted: 9/2/15 11:49 AM

The Division of Student Affairs announces a reorganization that aligns Xavier's student wellness programs and services.  Jean Griffin has been named Dean of Students and will oversee the McGrath Health & Wellness Center and the Psychological Services Center in addition to continuing her work in guiding the University's student conduct processes.  Joining Jean in the Dean of Students area is new staff member, Betsy Johnson, who is serving as the Assistant Director for Student Integrity, and Angie Kneflin, who is taking on a new Care Management Coordinator position.  Betsy and Angie join Jean and the rest of the staff at McGrath Health & Wellness and Psychological Services Center to promote student success, wellness and integrity in support of Xavier's commitment to the education and care of the whole person.

Posted: 9/2/15 10:00 AM

Come join XUDM for the first annual "Glow Fest" run/walk on September 11th at 9pm. The 1.5-mile course will take you through 5 color stations with over 40 gallons of UV paint, a live DJ and professional lighting. Your registration will include: entrance to the race, free food, a chance to meet our champions families and free t-shirt. Register online at xavierdm.org and help make a difference for families in need!

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Posted: 9/1/15 8:48 PM

X-Change, CFJ's weekly community service program, is still looking for volunteers to be site leaders for various sites around Cincinnati. Time committment is about 2-3 hours per week while doing service and leading a short discussion. 

If you'd like to check out the times and sites, follow this link! There are many options, so one is sure to work for you!

Please direct questions to James Cosby in the Center for Faith and Justice at cosbyj2@xavier.edu

Sign-ups for those who want to be participants will be open soon!

Posted: 9/1/15 3:28 PM

A set of keys, car and house/dorm keys, was found outside Alter Hall on Monday, August 31.  If you have misplaced your keys, please contact Marca Kasselmann, kasselmannml@xavier.edu, X3626, or come to the physics department office, Lindner 110.

Posted: 9/1/15 3:27 PM

Xavier's Student Wellness Advocacy Group (SWAG) is looking for new Peer Educator's (PE'S) for the 2015-2016 school year! PE'S develop and facilitate prevention education programming on the critical wellness issues of sexual violence, interpersonal relationships, gender identity, and alcohol and/or drug use using a bystander intervention model. The goal is to create dialogue among peers that positively impact attitudes and behavior; and engage students in meaningful opportunities to create a healthy campus community that supports student success. Applications are now available at http://goo.gl/forms/hxiZqX65pE. Contact the SWAG program coordinator, Megan Bowling (bowlingm3@xavier.edu) for any questions or comments

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/SWAG

Posted: 9/1/15 3:27 PM

Xavier's Student Wellness Advocacy Group (SWAG) is looking for new Peer Educator's (PE'S) for the 2015-2016 school year! PE'S develop and facilitate prevention education programming on the critical wellness issues of sexual violence, interpersonal relationships, gender identity, and alcohol and/or drug use using a bystander intervention model. The goal is to create dialogue among peers that positively impact attitudes and behavior; and engage students in meaningful opportunities to create a healthy campus community that supports student success. Applications are now available at http://goo.gl/forms/hxiZqX65pE. Contact the SWAG program coordinator, Megan Bowling (bowlingm3@xavier.edu) for any questions or comments

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/SWAG

Posted: 9/1/15 2:52 PM

A Graced Moment: Awakening to Ecological Conversion with Pope Francis
A Workshop on the new Papal Encyclical Offered by Xavier University's Institute for Spirituality and Social Justice
 
With the Pope's visit to the States only a few weeks away, excitement is mounting - what will he say to Congress and the United Nations?  Get a preview of the Pope's message by joining Xavier University's Institute for Spirituality and Social Justice as we explore his recent encyclical, Laudato Si': On Care for Our Common Home through engagement with the Pope's own words, discussion of what this means for us, and resources for further study
 
Registration is now open for both our workshops.  Choose either Saturday, September 12th, 9-3 ($25 including lunch) or Saturday, September 19th, 1-5 ($10).   Scholarships are available upon request.  To register and for more information, visit us online at www/xavier.edu/issj and click on the tree. 

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Posted: 9/1/15 1:24 PM

If you are working on a writing project, you may want to visit Xavier's Writing Center, which is now open for the Fall semester. Our student tutors (both grad and undergrad) can help you at any stage of the writing process, from just getting started to polishing off a final draft. If you'd like to make an appointment, please give us a call at 513-745-2875. Our hours are MW 9:00 am-8:00 pm; TTH 9:30 am-8:30 pm; F 9:00 am-3:00 pm; and Sun 1:00-9:00 pm.

Posted: 9/1/15 12:18 PM

SUPPORT ENGINEER INTERN

Are you a CS / MIS student with Node.js, Meteor, and JavaScript experience?

Modulus is looking for an entry level, creative, and ambitious Engineer Intern to troubleshoot applications primarily written in Node.js, and Meteor and possibly build serverside components in Node.js or Meteor to simplify the support infrastructure. This is a paid internship. Hours are flexible to accommodate your class schedule. This candidate must have an interest in joining a startup support team within an established company located in our Cincinnati, OH office. You will be working on Modulus, the easiest way to deploy and run Node.js, Meteor, Java, PHP, NGINX, & Python applications.

Critical Education & Experience

? Personal GitHub repositories which include at least one Meteor application

? 1 year of software development in a server side language (or equivalent classroom experience)

? 1 year of developing web applications (or equivalent classroom experience)

? Experience with client side web technologies such as JavaScript and CSS

? Cloud computing experience a strong plus

? NGINX, PHP, Python experience is a strong plus

Skills Abilities

? Proficient with JavaScript

? Experienced with serverside technology, preferably Node.js

? Strong written and verbal communication skills

? Must be a team player

 

Progress Software Corporation is a global software company that simplifies the development, deployment and management of business applications onpremise or on any cloud, on any platform and on any device with minimal IT complexity and low total cost of ownership. Our innovations are used by nearly 140,000 organizations in more than 180 countries, including 88% of the Fortune 100.

Please email at David@Xavier.edu with your resume.

For more information: http://www.modulus.io

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Posted: 9/1/15 11:08 AM

The Office of Auxiliary Services would like to share the Hours of Operation for all of the Campus Dining and Retail Office's for the Labor Day Holiday Weekend, September 5th, 6th and 7th.

 

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