VU Today March 24

Tuesday, March 24

 

12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel

 

2 p.m. Strategic Marking Techniques in Reading – Murphy Center 332

 

3:30 p.m. I Got a Starfish Flag: Now What? Workshop – Murphy Center 332

 

3:30–5 p.m. Minors 101 – School of Nursing Building 195. Visit anytime to learn more about the different minors offered on campus. Refreshments will be provided.

 

4:30 p.m. Abraham Haim, President of the Council of the Sephardi Community of Jerusalem, will present faculty member Jesús Jambrina with the Medal of the Four Synagogues – Reinhart Center Board Room. The Viterbo community is invited to attend.

 

5:30–8 p.m. Speed Mock Interview Event – Fine Arts Center Lobby. Must be registered to attend. Sponsored by career services and the alumni office. 

 

Abraham Haim, President of the Council of the Sephardi Community of Jerusalem, will be available to meet and talk with students and employees from 1–3 p.m. Wednesday, March 25 in the Library room 233.

 

Club Officers: The Environmental Sustainability Club is hosting its second Earth Fair event on the Viterbo campus Wednesday, April 22 from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. All clubs are invited to participate. Clubs members are encourged to set up a poster display showing how their field of study relates to sustainability. People are also needed to help with activities. Ideas welcome. Contact the ESC president at erislo06080@viterbo.edu if you are interested in participating.

 

Final Edit and the Education Club are holding a book drive for the Erickson Boys and Girls Club. New and used copies of books appropriate for grades 3–6 may be dropped off in the designated bins in the library, Student Union, and Murphy Center Lobby. Donations are welcome through May 7. Questions? Email Beth Marzoni, English, at esmarzoni@viterbo.edu

 

The Viterbo admission office is now accepting applications for the very important job of a Viterbo Voyager (tour guide) for the 2015–16 school year. Applicants must be a current student with an intense desire to share their love and knowledge of Viterbo to potential students and their families. This is a paid position and it is not work study. Tour guides are required to work 1-2 hours a week giving tours or helping out in the admission office, and work 10–12 visit events throughout the school year. Some of these events fall on a Saturday and tour guides are required to work. Summer employment is also available but not required. Visit the admission office to pick up an application or for additional information. The application deadline is Friday, March 27.

 

The fall schedule is now available in VitNet or on the registrar’s web page at http://www.viterbo.edu/registrar/current-class-schedules. Students should contact their advisors to receive their registration date and time. Advisors must clear their advisees to register by approving each of them in VitNet under the “approve advisees to register” link. Registration begins Tuesday, April 7.

 

Attention fishermen and women: There are approximately 600 colleges and universities across the country with competitive fishing clubs. Competitions in the Midwest are typically bass fishing tournaments held late spring through early fall. Viterbo rec sports is currently gauging student interest in competitive fishing. If you are interested in competitive, collegiate fishing contact Rec Sports at recsports@viterbo.edu with your name, year in school, and phone number.