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Program Coursework EDUC 518: Foundations and Psychology of Reading This course will address the psychological, motivational, and linguistic foundations of the reading and writing processes including language acquisition and the histories of reading pedagogy. Students will understand the major...
Beginning in 2001, the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership has hosted 15 interdisciplinary Ethics Conferences . Each year the scope and influence of the annual ethics conference grows, having not only a greater impact on Viterbo’s own faculty and students , but having a more...
all VUSM sections only . Additional Living in a Diverse World and Serving the Common Good courses may be available. For more information, consult the searchable VU catalog . Mission Seminar Section Descriptions, Spring 2018 The descriptions for currently scheduled can be found below may provide...
Pre-production To be present, prepared, and participate in all design/production meetings. Completion of all design work as according to the production schedule including but not limited to, research, costume plots, rough sketches, and watched renderings. To generate a construction plan including...
Join us online to learn more about the BSN Completion program. Wednesday, December 13th at Noon Tuesday, January 16th at Noon This is a brief online presentation with Viterbo University Adult Learning advisors sharing information on our online and blended classroom BSN Completion programs. One of...
For whom is this program best suited? The online health care management program prepares future leaders to work in health care management settings, solving increasingly complex legal and ethical issues. We encourage individuals who have a background in health care and a health care-related...
A Bitter Pill Oct. 4, 2010 – John Sloan, M.D., Author of A Bitter Pill: How the Medical System is Failing the Elderly John Sloan, M.D., is a senior academic physician in the department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia and has spent most of his 30 years of practice caring for...
Greg Mortenson Sept. 29, 2009 – Greg Mortenson, Author of Three Cups of Tea Co-sponsored by the Global Awareness Fund of the La Crosse Community Foundation and the La Crosse Public Library 10 a.m. for Elementary and Middle School Audience 3 p.m. for Viterbo University Students, Faculty, Staff, and...
Prerequisite coursework and testing requirements pertain to certain courses. EDUC 529 Assessment and Treatment of Reading Difficulties (three credits): Principles of corrective reading instruction, diagnostic instruments and procedures, strategies, and materials for correcting reading difficulties...
 
By Jason Skoog New Faces and Trading Places in the Library The library has had some changes in staff over the summer, and we’d like to introduce you to the people ready to help you. Jason Skoog is the archives and systems librarian. He will manage the digital repositories and print collections in...
Post date: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - 23:02
 
The annual Viterbo Celebration of Teaching will be held from 3:30–5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27 in the Fine Arts Center Lobby. This wine and cheese event features faculty and adjunct instructor presentations on their experiences and practices in teaching and learning, including teaching approaches and...
Post date: Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 11:10
NURSES Visit Event February 17
Learn more and register for the NURSES Visit Event on February 17, 2018! The School of Nursing at Viterbo University is excited to announce NURSES: "Nursing for Underserved Rural Students Seeking Educational Success." Through the NURSES program, eligible students may qualify for scholarships,...
Jennifer Sadowski
Professor
Director of Online Instruction

 608-796-3466
 RCE 218
 jasadowski@viterbo.edu
 
Viterbo community members are invited to submit proposals for the seventh La Crosse Area Workshop on Teaching and Learning, this year with the title of "Confronting Poverty in Latin America." The workshop is intended to build on the interdisciplinary nature of the North Central Council for Latino...
Post date: Thursday, February 23, 2017 - 09:44
The Dahl School of Business offers an array of programs to help you succeed in a competitive job market, whether you are a full-time or part-time student working to complete your bachelor s degree or an experienced professional looking to enhance your leadership abilities at the graduate level...
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There are numerous resources related to international internship and employment opportunities. A few appear below. Be sure to do careful research about organizations--read the fine print, check track record of complaints, and try to speak with someone who has been involved with the organization...

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