Prof. Rudyard Sadleir co-authors paper examining link between climate warming and dire wolf evolution

Department of Biology Professor Rudyard Sadleir recently co-authored a paper that examines the link between climate warming and the evolution of dire wolves and other Ice Age predators. The paper examines fossils found in the Rancho La Brea tar pits to explore how climate change helped drive the evolution of dire wolves and other creatures…

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News Alert! – Prof. Robert Shapiro discusses rising tensions in Ukraine on CLTV’s “Politics Tonight”

Saint Xavier University Department of Philosophy Prof. Robert Shapiro discussed rising tensions in Ukraine on April 14 on CLTV’s “Politics Tonight.” Shapiro also discussed the crisis in Crimea on the March 21 edition of “Politics Tonight.” Shapiro also works as a trial lawyer for Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg LLP.

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TV Alert! – Prof. Eileen Quinn Knight to discuss religion and morality in public schools on WYCC’s “The Professors” on April 27

School of Education Professor Eileen Quinn Knight, Ph.D. will serve as a guest panelist on WYCC’s “The Professors” at 10:30 a.m. on Sun., April 27. The program’s topic is “Religion and Morality in the Public Schools.” The question of religion in the public school has long been debated by various groups of experts.  The question…

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OpEd Alert! – Prof. Brad Nelson on prospects for a Sino-American G2 summit

Department of History and Political Science Adjunct Professor Brad Nelson, Ph.D., recently wrote an article discussing the prospects for a Sino-American G-2 summit for Strategic Review. Prof. Nelson has worked on domestic institutional capacity strengthening and democracy promotion projects for a USAID-subcontractor, and served as an international relations lecturer for five years at The Ohio…

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TV Alert! – SXU and WGN-TV’s Teacher of the Month for March, 2014: Kathie Howe

Saint Xavier University has partnered with WGN-TV Chicago to highlight the Teacher of the Month program, which honors educators who make a difference in their communities. The program recognizes outstanding kindergarten, elementary, junior high, high school, vocational, and special education teachers in Chicagoland and northwest Indiana. Kathie Howe, who teaches language arts at Lukancic Middle…