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Katie Schad, who graduated in 2015, is the business manager for the Beacon of Hope Business Alliance, which helps find jobs for recently incarcerated people trying to get back on their feet after being released.
The scenario is this: the bad guys were eating at the table, then got in their getaway car and fled. The criminalistics students’ job is to figure out what items they might be able to test for latent fingerprints.
To honor the long-standing educator whose career began and ended at Xavier, his children started the James W. Boothe Endowed Scholarship fund to support graduate education students in Xavier’s School of Education.
Renea Ball had confronted the challenges of rural health care in emergency rooms and area schools, but the school experience was, in some ways, more gut-wrenching. Like the third-grade boy who was labeled learning-disabled. As the school nurse, she discovered the real problem was medical—he had such serious ear problems that he was functionally deaf.