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Faculty Publications, Creative Works, and Syllabi
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Nursing
  • Faculty Scholarship
  • Nursing Syllabi
    • Nursing Syllabi 2010
    • Nursing Syllabi 2011
    • Nursing Syllabi 2012
    • Nursing Syllabi 2013
    • Nursing Syllabi 2014
    • Nursing Syllabi 2015
    • Nursing Syllabi 2016
    • Nursing Syllabi 2020
College of Professional Sciences
Faculty Collaborations
Williams College of Business
  • Accountancy and Business Law
  • Business Administration
    • Business Administration Syllabi
  • Business Analytics and Information Systems
    • Business Analytics and Information Systems Syllabi
    • Management Information Systems
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Management and Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing
  • Statistics
    • Statistics Syllabi
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
    • Strategic Human Resource Management Syllabi
  • Sustainability
    • Sustainability Syllabi
Journals, Publications, Conferences, and Proceedings
Edgecliff College Newspaper
Edgecliff Yearbook
Ohio River Early Sources in Mathematical Exposition (ORESME) Reading Group
Xavier Athenaeum
Student Publications and Creative Works
Graduate
Undergraduate
University Archives and Special Collections
Course Catalogs
COVID-19 & Xavier: A Digital Collection
Father Francis J. Finn, S.J. Books
Historical Bibles
Oral Histories
St. Xavier College Primary Source Set
The Legendary Musketeer (2015)
Torah Reading
University Reports, Surveys, and Other Materials
When Our Boys Go Over There: Xavier and WWI
Xavier University Campus Photographs Digital Collection
Xavier University Commencement Ceremonies Digital Collection
Xavier University Presidents Photographs
Xavier University Student, Faculty, Staff, and Alum Activism