SXU awarded nearly $1M to support nursing students

Saint Xavier University’s (SXU) School of Nursing (SON) and Office of Government, Corporate and Foundation Relations recently received notice of two federal grants to provide 65 undergraduate and graduate nursing students with substantial financial support in the 2015-2016 school year, totaling $988,194. The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), a division of the U.S. Department…

CME Group Foundation Awards Grant to SXU’s Graham School of Management

The CME Group Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant to Saint Xavier University’s (SXU) Graham School of Management (GSM) to further support its state-of-the-art finance curriculum, particularly in the derivatives area. This is the second grant the Foundation has awarded to the university; an initial grant of $100,000 from the Foundation enabled the Graham School…

2013 Edgar Fellows Participate in Executive Training Program

   Joan Elizabeth Knox, executive director of external and legislative affairs for Saint Xavier University, was recently selected as a 2013 Edgar Fellows. She is among a list of outstanding men and women throughout Illinois who were chosen as 2013 Edgar Fellows in the second year of an initiative to foster cooperation across regional, political…

SXU Student Crowned 2013 Columbus Day Queen

The Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans (JCCIA) crowned Victoria Martello, a senior at Saint Xavier University (SXU), as the 2013 Columbus Day Queen. The 20-year-old Oak Lawn native beat out 12 other contestants at the pageant held Sunday, July 21 at the Alta Villa Banquet Hall, 430 N. Addison Road, Addison. The Columbus Day…

News Alert! – Prof. Joyce Hunter on Bribing Airline Passengers

Saint Xavier University professor Dr. Joyce A. Hunter was recently interview by FoxNews.com about bribes among airline passengers. Read the July 31 article here. Hunter is an associate professor at the Graham School of Management who also worked for the airline industry for 34 years and authored a book entitled Anger in the Air:  Combating the…

SXU’s free Birth-to-3 Program offers support to families with at-risk or special-needs children

Do you have a child under the age of three who is at risk of academic failure or has been identified with special needs? Saint Xavier University’s Birth-to-3 Program could be just what your family needs. The nine-year-old program, facilitated by certified parent educators, aims to connect families with support services and provide developmentally appropriate…