Employee Announcements

Posted: 3/22/18 11:41 AM

Diane von Arx, who worked as a calligrapher on the Wisdom Books volume of the Saint John's Bible, is name lettering until 1:00pm in the Gallagher Student Center for free!

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Posted: 3/22/18 9:35 AM

Ad Astra, Xavier’s course and event scheduling system, will be offline starting on Friday, March 23rd, at 3pm for a system upgrade.  The system should be available for use again within 2 hours.


Posted: 3/22/18 9:30 AM

All are invited to the Celebration of Excellence, Tuesday, March 27, 2:30-4:00 p.m. in the Conaton Boardroom.  Fr. Graham will present on “Images of St. Francis Xavier” and recognize those who have completed participation in a Mission and Identity professional development program this year.  The pedagogy of faculty in the Ignatian Mentoring Program will be featured during the reception.

Posted: 3/22/18 9:23 AM

Due to early office closures for the staff apreciation luncheon on Thursday March 29th, the Mail Center will not be delivering any mail routes that day.  Offices are welcome to stop by that day anytime after 10:30 to pick up any mail or packages they may have.

The Mail Center will also be closing at Noon that day as well and will re-open April 3rd.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns!  mailingservices@xavier.edu or 513-745-3558

Thank you!

Posted: 3/22/18 8:34 AM

Honoring the Blue Collar Working ClassAt the 52nd National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference, Art Professor Kelly Phelps was recognized was one of the five memorable moments at the conference with his work, “Honoring the Blue Collar Working Class.” More details can be found about the work of he and his brother at the American Craft Council site


Posted: 3/21/18 4:51 PM

Xavier and Hoxworth have partnered to provide an on-campus blood drive on Tuesday, April 3 and Wednesday, April 4 from 10am-4pm.  The donor buses will be parked in Bellarmine Circle. To schedule your appointment, please visit www.hoxworth.org/groups/xavier or call (513) 451-0910. Every donor receives a "life of the party" t-shirt!

Posted: 3/21/18 3:02 PM

Today at 4:00 PM, The Fifth Third Trading Center (Smith 106) will be hosting a information session focused on answering students questions and concerns regarding personal finance. This session is designed to fit the needs of the student body and will be centered around attendee's questions. We hope to see you there! 

Posted: 3/21/18 12:57 PM

Book of Mormon tickets are on sale until April 4, 2018 for the Sunday 6:30 pm performance on August 5, 2018.  Tickets are $100 for Orchestra, Front Balcony $70, Mid Balcony $46.00, Rear Balcony $38.00.  I also have 3 orchestra tickets available for Aladdin on June 10, 2018.  Tickets for Aladdin are $77.50.  King and I and Aladdin tickets are available for pickup.

Diane von Arx, a calligrapher for The Saint John’s Bible, Visiting Xavier

Posted: 3/21/18 10:48 AM

Nationally known calligrapher, Diane von Arx, will visit Xavier March 22 and 23. Diane has four illuminations in the Wisdom Books volume, the University’s most recent acquisition of The Saint John’s Bible.

During the day on March 22, Diane will provide free name lettering at the Gallagher Student Center. In the evening she will present a public lecture, Special Treatment Illuminations for The Saint John’s Bible, in Kennedy Auditorium.

During lunchtime on March 23, Diane will hold a brown bag gallery talk on the first floor of McDonald Library. In the evening, she will facilitate a calligraphy workshop (Illuminating a Letter) for registered participants.

Please visit the University Library homepage under Upcoming Events for more details and courtesy registration for the lecture.

For more information: https://www.xavier.edu/library/

Joseph Hall Building - Effective Monday, April 2, 2018 -- All Card needed to gain access to building

Posted: 3/20/18 4:17 PM

Effective Monday, April 2, 2018, Joseph Hall will be on full lock-down.  All Card will be needed for swipe access to enter building. 

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