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Submissions for Undergraduate Students Return to About the Viterbo Research Collection The Viterbo Research Collection accepts scholarship projects from the Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium , Scholars' Day , and other select works by invitation. Students interested in depositing their...
NURSES Luncheon - November 11
Saturday, Feb. 17 12:15 - 2:00 p.m. Are you interested in rural healthcare? ​Join faculty and alumni of the Viterbo University School of Nursing for a special luncheon and nursing simulation to learn more about Viterbo's new NURSES ( N ursing for U nderserved R ural S tudents S eeking E ducational...
Saturday, Jan. 23 Would you like to become a teacher? Join faculty, alumni, and students of the Viterbo University, School of Education for a special luncheon from noon–2 p.m. to learn more about Viterbo’s teacher education program. The event includes: a complimentary lunch. a panel of current...
Saturday, Jan. 23 Interested in a major in business? Join faculty and alumni of the Viterbo University, College of Business and Leadership for a special luncheon from noon–2 p.m. to learn more about the university’s programs. The event includes: a complimentary lunch in the Dahl School of Business...
Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) Outside Viterbo Research Area/Institution Name Natural, Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences Various Institutions National Science Foundation REU List All Natural Sciences Western Kentucky University Western Kentucky University NSF REU in...
Welcome to the School of Humanities! Over a century ago, the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration recognized the importance of educating the whole person when they began teaching young students in the La Crosse area. This tradition continues to guide educational directions at Viterbo through...
Friday, Jan. 12, 2018 9:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Deadline to apply: Friday, Dec. 1st, 2017 There is NO fee to attend and lunch is provided free of charge. For more information, contact Myriah Borofka, 608-796-3016 or mmborofka@viterbo.edu . Current high school juniors who are interested in careers in...
Biology at Viterbo Biology is the study of life and the study of life is relevant to our everyday existence. From the trillions of cells in the human body to the complex and interconnectedness of all living things on the planet, the scope of what can be learned from the study of biology is truly...
 
The Viterbo Research Collection (VRC) showcases and expands access to valuable contributions to scholarly content produced at Viterbo University. The collection is accessible to everyone. Research in the collection currently includes graduate and doctoral scholarship and selected undergraduate...
Post date: Thursday, April 13, 2017 - 08:45
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and We Need Your Help! Donate Your Old Phones for Victims of Domestic Violence. It’s Simple, follow these steps to donate your old phones and accessories: Step 1: Erase any data from the phone and disconnect the phone’s service with your wireless...
Submit a photo of the week to communication@viterbo.edu . Include your name and any pertinent information about the photo or yourself, so that we can give you credit on the photo. We will post a new photo every week. A gallery of photos of the week can be viewed on Flickr at: https://www.flickr.com...
 
By Jason Skoog The Viterbo Research Collection (VRC) showcases and expands access to valuable contributions to scholarly content produced at Viterbo University. The collection is accessible to everyone. Research in the collection currently includes graduate scholarship and selected undergraduate...
Post date: Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 13:31
Biopsychology at Viterbo Biopsychology, also known as behavioral neuroscience, is the science devoted to studying the relationships between the brain and behavior. This field of study combines a biological perspective of nervous system structure and function with a psychological perspective of...
Chemistry at Viterbo Chemists work to provide creative solutions and innovation in diverse industries including, biotechnology, the environment, nanotechnology, pharmaceuticals, sustainable energy, forensics, polymers, and agriculture. In addition to these traditional lab setting positions, many...
Environmental Biology at Viterbo Humans are inescapably connected to the environment—from food to medicine to the services the environment provides (clean air and water for example) and the simple and innate pleasure humans experience from being outdoors. The relationship among living organisms,...
MATHEMATICS EDUCATION AT VITERBO Mathematics is a beautiful and fascinating subject area, which explores many different concepts, particularly patterns, space and change. Not only is Mathematics fun and engaging, but it provides a solid foundation in logical and critical thinking and unique problem...
Social Work at Viterbo Social work is a rewarding and dynamic profession for those with a strong desire to help individuals and families improve their lives. Social workers work with people and collaborate with other organizations or practitioners to discover solutions to problems in everyday lives...
 
Viterbo dietetics student Sarah Aubin shared her work at the 15th Annual Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium Nov. 10. More than 190 presenters and guests registered to attend the event. More than 100 students presented research posters about their work, while 36 chose oral presentations...
Post date: Friday, November 10, 2017 - 14:59
 
The deadline to submit abstracts and to register for the annual Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium is 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27. Faculty are asked to encourage their students to register . Visit the event website for complete details about the schedule, speaker, etc. Email with any...
Post date: Friday, October 20, 2017 - 10:45
Engineering at Viterbo Engineering turns science into reality through invention, innovation, and design. Engineers investigate how things work, find practical uses for scientific discoveries, and make science accessible to the rest of society. A degree in engineering will prepare students for a...

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