Tuesday, April 21
7:30–9:30 a.m. Conversation on Servant Leadership – Reinhart Center Board Room
9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Shake the Bank – Outside the Library (inside library if inclement weather). Part of Money Smart Week, sponsored by Student Activities Board
Noon– 1p.m. Work the World Internship Medical Supply Collection – School of Nursing Building Foyer. Viterbo nursing student Casey Brye will be doing an internship in Tanzania, Africa this summer. She will be collecting medical supply items to donate to the hospital in Dar Es Salaam today. Stop by to visit with her and learn more about her internship and find out how you can help.
12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel
6–8 p.m. Fired Up for Science – Reinhart Center and Fine Arts Center. Click for complete details http://www.viterbo.edu/news/224471
7 p.m. Viterbo Student Nurses Association Meeting – School of Nursing Building 196. The speaker will be a recent graduate from Viterbo who was the past VSNA president. Also, bring your past meeting tickets to determine if you are an active member and mugs will be available to purchase. Last meeting of the semester.
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The Rec Sports Department is hiring staff for the summer. If interested, visit the Mathy Center front desk.
Reminder: VU After Dark Programming Assistant applications are due Friday, April 24 at noon. Visit http://www.viterbo.edu/vu-after-dark/paid-student-programming-assistants for a full position description and the application.
The free Courtyard Carni luncheon will be held on Friday, May 1 from 11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. For students not on a meal plan and all Viterbo employees, lunch tickets are available at the residence life office, the copy center in Reinhart Center 022, and institutional advancement in Murphy Center 226. Carnival activities are available from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Visit http://www.viterbo.edu/campus-activities/courtyard-carni for event information.
If you have a departmental or alumni celebration that you would like to consider celebrating during Viterbo Days 2015 Oct. 9–10, contact Kathy Duerwachter, alumni director at email@example.com or 608-796-3072.
The Environmental Sustainability Club is hosting an Earth Fair Wednesday, April 22 from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. in the Reinhart Center Board Room. Free and open to the public.
Found: A white iPhone with a white and blue elephant case was found in the women’s bathroom on the fourth floor of Murphy Center. To claim it, visit the eduction office in Murphy Center 401
VU Bookstore: Two Day Flash Sale in store and online April 21–22. Twenty-five percent off select items including t-shirts, shorts, hats, drinkware and more. There will be an additional 25 percent off clearance merchandise. http://www.viterbostore.com
Read some good news about the Washburn Neighborhood: http://www.wkrg.com/story/28845430/aarp-is-your-neighborhood-livable-today-and-in-the-future-new-livability-index-helps-people-assess-plan-for-needs-and-wants
During the Justice and Peace Fair on April 24 from 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. student in the Theology of Justice and Peace will be advocating to help homeless people. Collection boxes are located in the in the Student Union, Academic Resource Center, and the School of Nursing Building Lobby. Needed items include money, non-perishable food items, feminine hygiene products, gloves, hats, water bottles and other items.
GeoCache for College Cash is Thursday, April 23. Find a poster, scan the QR code or use the URL, and correctly answer a question to be entered in a drawing for either a $100 or $50 Visa gift card. The event will take place all day and is open to both employees and students. Visit http://www.viterbo.edu/financial-literacy/events for more information and a list of poster locations.
Interested in doing an internship in Washington, D.C.? Attend an information session Thursday, April 23 from 4–5 p.m. in Reinhart Center 130. Learn about Viterbo’s unique partnership with The Washington Center that allows you to register for credits through Viterbo and complete your internship with an organization in Washington, D.C. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
Disney College Internship Program Session: Students interested in learning about doing an internship with this world-renowned company should attend a session on Wednesday, April 22 from 5–6 p.m. in Reinhart Center 130. Viterbo student Paige Ermer will share information about her experience as a business management intern at Disney World in Florida. Where else would you rather gain valuable experience, earn credit, get paid and learn from experts in a variety of fields than the “happiest place on earth?” Pizza and beverages will be provided.
What’s the hoopla about internships? As part of Internship Awareness Week, there will be a hula hoop contest Wednesday, April 22 from noon–1 p.m. in the Assisi Courtyard. Stop by to learn about our internship program and while showing off your hula hoop skills. Prizes will be awarded for the person who can hula hoop the longest and for the most creative hula hooping.
The Viterbo community and the public are invited to enjoy a Chicken Q from 3–6 p.m. Tuesday, May 5 in the Fine Arts Center. The event is sponsored by the Administrative Assembly Service Committee and will be catered by Premier Catering. Proceeds will benefit Viterbo student service trips. Advance tickets are $8 and can be purchased in the admission office until Friday, April 24. Tickets will also be available the day of the event at the door for $9.
Scholars’ Days is Wednesday, April 22–Friday, April 24. While the majority of sessions take place on Friday (22 sessions involving roughly 400 students), there will be 95 Senior Nursing Capstone Posters on Wednesday and the outstanding Nursing Research on the Green poster sessions and keynote address on Thursday. Information about all Scholars’ Days sessions can be found at www.viterbo.edu/scholarsdays. Questions? Contact Kirsten Gabriel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employees: Volunteers are needed for the Volunteer Guardianship Program with La Crosse County Adult Protective Services. Volunteer guardians are appointed to help an individual (ward) who can no longer make decisions him or herself. These decisions could be about health care, living arrangements, or social and supportive services. As a volunteer guardian, an individual would be matched with someone whose needs fit his or her skills, abilities and interests. If you are interested in learning more or potentially becoming a volunteer guardian, contact Tara Allert at 608-785-6120 or email@example.com.