Winter 2009

Profile: Ellen Katz Johnson

January 1, 2009 |

ELLEN KATZ JOHNSON Master of Business Administration, 2004 President and CEO, The Children’s Home Cincinnati

Homegrown Values | “I grew up in a family that really valued children,” she says. “I knew a neighbor who was a child psychologist, and I … Read More

H-E-L-P from the FBI

January 1, 2009 |

Former FBI agent David Lichtenfeld donated $2,500 to Xavier’s Department of Criminal Justice as part of the J. Edgar Hoover Memorial Scholarship, an effort that is supported by the Society of Former FBI Agents. “It is important to give back,” … Read More

Eigel Center

January 1, 2009 |

During his inaugural speech in September 2001, Xavier President Michael J. Graham, S.J., posed a challenging idea: “What is the great conversation that might occur between [us] if we found ourselves around a common table? What might we study then, … Read More

WOX on the Roll

January 1, 2009 |

The University’s newly created Women of Excellence organization is building momentum as it moves closer toward awarding its inaugural WOX Giving Circle grant this spring. The Giving Circle is a new giving vehicle that allows WOX members to have a … Read More

Bending with Ropes

January 1, 2009 |

Before the men’s and women’s swim teams hit the pool this year, they first hit the ropes. The teams spent two days at the high ropes course at Camp Joy in nearby Wilmington, Ohio, for a little bonding and team … Read More

Big Island Break

January 1, 2009 |

The Xavier cross-country teams took a cross-country trip so they could, well, run cross-country. The teams traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii, to compete in the Hawaii Pacific Invitational during fall break in October. Both teams won the event despite agreeing that … Read More

Football Fiances

January 1, 2009 |

Congratulations to you, people of Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and New England.

If you live in a city with a winning National Football League team, you have more money in your pocket. That’s the intriguing conclusion of research conducted by assistant professor … Read More