SXU Alumnus Receives ICTM Scholarship for Mathematics Education

Saint Xavier University (SXU) Alumnus Robin Prokaski Jr., May 2017 graduate, received one of five mathematics education scholarships awarded by the Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Prokaski accepted his award at the ICTM award ceremony held during the NCTM Regional Mathematics Conference in Chicago on November 20, 2017. He currently teaches mathematics at Lockport High School.

Teaching abroad opportunity available to SXU students and alumni

Attention Saint Xavier University (SXU) education students and alumni! You have received a special invitation from the University of Illinois to attend their International Education Career Fair. A panel discussion on teaching abroad and a meet-and-greet with international schools and organizations will be offered on January 30. Interviews will be conducted on January 31. Among…

Local Oak Lawn CPA firm seeking accounting intern and administrative assistant for 2018 tax season

Are you a Saint Xavier University (SXU) student looking to gain knowledge in the accounting field? McGreal & Company, PC is looking to fill an accounting internship and administrative assistant role for this upcoming tax season. The details for each position are below: Accounting Internship CPA firm located in Oak Lawn, Ill. is seeking an…

SXU’s Professor Meg Carroll presented at conferences and local schools

On December 6, Saint Xavier University (SXU) Education Department’s Dr. Meg Carroll, professor, presented at the 41st Annual Statewide Conference for Teachers Serving Linguistically & Culturally Diverse Students. The presentation entitled, “Teaching Students with Complex Trauma and Interrupted Formal Education,” provided information about the characteristics of these students, the impact on complex trauma on the…

SXU’s Professor Meg Carroll presented at two conferences

Saint Xavier University (SXU) Education Department’s Dr. Meg Carroll, professor, presented at the 2017 Nonpublic Conference: Transforming Theory into Practice on November 8 in Oak Lawn. Her topic was entitled, “Are They Learning? Formative Assessment of Students with Disabilities.” Students with disabilities may learn in non-traditional ways. They may not demonstrate what they have learned…