Posted: 10/9/15 3:03 PM
Professional Networking & Etiquette Dinner
Monday, November 2, 2015, 5:00 PM
**Advanced Ticket Purchase Required**
The Professional Networking & Etiquette Dinner will help students learn about the importance of first impressions, techniques for building your professional network, and how to dine in a professional setting. The event will begin with an engaging networking activity followed by a formal four-course etiquette dinner presented by Mary Starvaggi of The Etiquette Advantage. Tickets will be available on Monday, October 12 for $30 (cash or check) in the Career Development Office (Conaton Learning Commons, room 530).
This program is wonderful preparation for the upcoming Spring Career Fair, interviewing for internships and full time jobs, as well as transitioning from student to professional. Only a limited number of tickets are available for this popular event. Don't wait, purchase your ticket October 12!
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/career/students/Professional-Networking-Etiquette-Dinner.cfm
Posted: 10/9/15 12:21 PM
Xavier Dining is a national leader in the area of sustainability with a 2015 Gold Award in National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) Waste Management category. The attached article from the October edition of On-Campus Hospitality highlights this important sustainability initiative.
Posted: 10/9/15 10:51 AM
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion will be sponsoring MLK Week 2016: Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly,January 18-22 2016. We invite you to join us by sponsoring an event during the week. Please submit your event by November 20, 2015 to Joya Dillard at email@example.com. Please include time, date and location of the event.
Posted: 10/9/15 10:43 AM
Oct. 11th is National Coming Out Day and the start of LGBTQ Week on campus. The Center for Diversity & Inclusion and the LGBTQ Alliance has collaborated with other student groups to hold events for the community on campus. See the flyer for all the free events.
Posted: 10/9/15 10:09 AM
The Information Technologies division is excited to announce plans for a makerspace coming soon on the first floor of the library. This interactive, creative space for students, faculty, and staff will provide access to disruptive technologies such as 3D printers and scanners, tools for constructing projects, and support for students to think creatively and imagine solutions to problems with real-world applications. In order to make this exciting new space possible, the library has relocated the Resource Sharing department to the Connection Center, making access to OhioLINK and interlibrary loan services conveniently located at the main service desk in the CLC. For questions about the makerspace or the Resource Sharing relocation, please contact Alison Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.