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Xavier Magazine | August 20, 2017

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Posts By By Julie Irwin Zimmerman

Helicopter Physics: Flying High

November 6, 2015 |

Many people forget all about their senior thesis once they’ve graduated from college, but Brittny Barney uses hers every day. Read More

Fox Sports 1: LA Native Sports TV Career

November 3, 2015 | | One Comment

Charles Dickson is right where he’s always wanted to be—working in sports broadcasting as a broadcast associate for Fox Sports 1. He credits the broad base of knowledge he gained as an Electronic Media major at Xavier for getting him there. Read More

Night Visions

November 2, 2015 |

After she retired from teaching art in 2003, Darlene Yeager-Torre developed an interest that’s become a second career as an artist using long-exposure photography and the targeted use of light. Read More

One Tasty Blog: All About Food

November 2, 2015 |

Desiree Vick’s day job counseling people with disabilities is intense and fulfilling. After work and weekends, though, it’s all about the food. Read More

Alumni Profile: Digital Self-starter

November 2, 2015 |

Michael Loban Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Entrepreneurial Studies, 2008 Chief marketing officer and co-founder, InfoTrust Cincinnati

Info What? | InfoTrust is a fast-growing technology company that was featured recently in the Cincinnati Business Courier for its early … Read More

Alumni Profile: Nature’s Steward

November 2, 2015 |

Sally Gladwell Bachelor of Science in Biology, 1993 Vice President, Mannik Smith Group Toledo, Ohio

Environmental Pioneer | Gladwell’s interest in the environment dates to her childhood. At Xavier, she promoted recycling long before the University made green a … Read More

Big Dig

November 2, 2015 |

With big industry in need of data analysis, Xavier heeds the call with two new graduate programs

As a Xavier alumnus, Tim Schroeder is grateful for the education he received in the late 1970s. But as a Xavier trustee, parent and employer, he understands that higher education is changing radically, and institutions like Xavier must change, too. That prompted Schroeder to help launch the new Master of Science in Health Economic and Clinical Outcomes Research (HECOR) in a unique partnership with his company, CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services. Read More

MyHusbandsTumor.Com: Love Goes Viral

April 15, 2015 |

When her husband, Aaron, was diagnosed with a brain tumor, Nora McInerny Purmort, a 2005 Xavier graduate, started recording their story on a blog. She later used it to update friends and family.Read More

Natalia’s Soup

April 15, 2015 |

Chemotherapy made Natalia Marsh-Welton feel cold, so when the Make-A-Wish Foundation granted the girl a wish, her goal was warmth. Not her own, though. Natalia wanted to make homeless people feel warm by giving them soup. And blankets.

Faculty Spotlight: David Gerberry, Assistant Professor, Mathematics

April 15, 2015 |

For those who consider advanced mathematics a strictly academic pursuit, David Gerberry’s research comes to a completely different, and extremely useful, conclusion. Gerberry creates and analyzes mathematical models of biological processes and diseases. In one project, he and four colleagues … Read More

Sundae Service

April 15, 2015 |

Lots of people want to fund good ideas that improve their community. And when there’s ice cream involved, doing good becomes fun—and yummy.

Kristine Frech, a 2008 Xavier grad, launched Cincy Sundaes last year with friend and colleague … Read More

Welcome To Lydia’s House: A Home for Moms and Babes

April 15, 2015 |

In a sturdy three-story house two miles from Xavier’s campus, Mary Ellen Mitchell Eilerman and Elizabeth Coyle pass between the kitchen and dining room, performing the most mundane tasks—setting the table, sweeping the floor, loading the dishwasher. A pot … Read More

Alumni Profile: Medical Missionary

April 14, 2015 |

Dr. Carol Egner Bachelor of Science in biology, 1978 Staff physician, Women Partners in OB GYN Cincinnati

Trouble in Madagascar | The African island nation is a dangerous place to be pregnant. For every 100,000 births, 440 … Read More

Almni Profile: Youth Mentor

April 14, 2015 |

George Powell Bachelor of Science in physical education, 1965 Master of Education, 1972 Retired educator, Washington, DC

Go West Young Man | Powell, a Washington, DC, native, had completed his freshman year at Virginia Union University in … Read More

Alumni Profile: Active Organizer

April 14, 2015 | | One Comment

Mike Moroski Bachelor of Arts in English, 2001 Master of Arts in English, 2011 Director of Community Engagement, Community Matters Cincinnati

Flipping For Good | After graduating with an English degree, Mike Moroski began taking … Read More

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