SXU’s Health Center Shares Informative Letter on Ebola Virus to University Community

Dear Saint Xavier University Students, Faculty, and Staff, In light of concerns about the spread of Ebola in the United States, the Saint Xavier University (SXU) Health Center would like to share some information about the virus and the protocol that is in place for all communicable diseases on campus.  A communicable disease is an…

The Paul Hazard Colloquium Series – “Philosophy vs. Poetry: The Mystery Surrounding Book X of Plato’s Republic”

As part of the Paul Hazard Colloquium Series sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, Saint Xavier University (SXI) Prof. Robert Shapiro will give a talk on Thursday, Nov. 6 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the Warde Academic Center’s (E402) Fourth Floor Board Room titled “Philosophy vs. Poetry: The Mystery Surrounding Book X of Plato’s Republic.”…

Saint Xavier University’s Givetoberfest Update!

Congratulations to the following departments for their high levels of participation during last week’s Givetoberfest department participation challenge: University Advancement – 92.31% Office of the President, including Human Resources – 88.89% Office of University Mission & Ministry – 71.43% Information Technology – 64.71% School of Education – 63.64% Records & Advising – 60.00% Business &…

SXU Prof. Eileen Knight Ties the Common Core to Everyday Math Activities in the Classroom

Saint Xavier University School of Education Prof. Eileen Quinn Knight, Ph.D., worked with teachers at St. Therese Chinese Catholic School on Thursday, Oct. 16 to embed the Common Core State Standards into their everyday Math Curriculum. They accomplished this through the use of Centers in the early grades and through the use of technology such as…