The Williams College of Business educates students of business, enabling them to improve organizations and society, consistent with the Jesuit tradition.
The mission of the College is in keeping with the university's mission, articulated by President Michael Graham, S.J. as "Xavier's mission is to serve society by forming students intellectually, morally and spiritually, with rigor and compassion, towards lives of solidarity, service and success."
The Career Development Office says they need more mentors to sign up. They are especially short in these programs: Sports Management, Sports Marketing, Advertising, Graphic Design, Health Services Administration, Occupational Therapy and Nursing.
Megan Belden is remarkable for what she’s accomplished so far at such a young age. She hopes to encourage others to feel empowered to pursue their dreams—no matter what obstacles they face.
Kenny McNutt appreciates things that are organically grown—the cows on his father’s farm, home-brewed beer, the camaraderie of good friends. It all added up to his decision to quit his job as an electrical engineer and open MadTree Brewing.
Williams College of Business Dean Tom Hayes spoke with the Cincinnati Business Courier about his first semester as dean, how he connects his students to Cincinnati's thriving business community and his goals for the future of the college.
Patara Williams gives thanks for her ability to turn her traumatic experience into an opportunity for growth and education. The truth is, Katrina changed her life.