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CORE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE Core Committee Function and Membership The charge and function of the Core Curriculum Committee was revised in March of 2011 and affirmed by vote of the committee in October of 2014. Director or Core Curriculum serves as the chair of the committee and is a voting member...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Mary Therese Rinzel, MSN, RN and Silvana Richardson, PhD, RN – Viterbo University Background: Creating a compassionate health care system requires the preparation of nurses grounded in compassionate human caring for self and others. It requires that...
Posting Jobs and Internship to Students and Alumni Viterbo University’s Career Services office is pleased to announce our easy-to-use, and more powerful online career network offering more ways for employers to connect with students and alumni: Purple Briefcase. Purple Briefcase allows employers to...
International Student Services is committed to helping international students be successful academically. Students will be assisted individually in connecting with academic resources on campus and discussing any faculty concerns. Classes At Viterbo, your classes will fall into three categories:...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Daniel Lundtvedt, BSN, RN – Western Technincal College Background: Undergraduate students are becoming more creative and resourceful when finding methods to cheat in both online and traditional courses (Ison, 2014). Technology makes it increasingly easier...
 
Four hundred thirty-three students, 332 undergraduate, 96 graduate, and five associate degree students, will be candidates for graduation at Viterbo University’s spring commencement ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 13 at the La Crosse Center. Tom Knothe, dean of the College of Business and...
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On-campus Employment International students can work on campus, up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. Many on-campus jobs are work study positions, for which international students are not eligible, so on-campus jobs are limited during the academic year. At Viterbo, the on-campus jobs...
Viterbo University was awarded a $1.64 million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Nursing Workforce Diversity Program. The funds will be used to support Viterbo’s Nurses for Underserved Rural Students Seeking Educational Success (NURSES) program.
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Jennifer Timm, MS, RN and Amy Reitmaier Koehler, PhD, RN – Winona State University Background: Healthcare is currently shifting from hospital-based to community-based care. This shift is a result of expensive healthcare with poor health outcomes...
 
The D. B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership has awarded three Viterbo University faculty members with research fellowships for the 2017-2018 academic year. Vicky Eiben, Associate Professor, Education “Preparation of Teachers for Rural Schools and Communities: An Ethical Imperative” Robyn...
Post date: Thursday, May 4, 2017 - 07:52
This page provides information regarding the following on the Francis Fund: General Information Application Reflection/Grant Follow-up Francis Fund General Information Purpose: Viterbo’s core values of hospitality and contemplation have particular relevance as we think about our efforts to learn...
Purpose : Viterbo’s core values of hospitality and contemplation have particular relevance as we think about our efforts to learn and develop as professionals. We seek proposals which aim to live out these two core values by creating space for faculty to explore issues in a relaxed social setting...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Hannah Kerr, Abby Miller, Angela Lange, Amanda Winrow, DNP, RN, CNE, and Megan Anibas, MSN, RN – Winona State University Nursing Department Background: Postpartum depression (PPD) is a serious condition that can occur following the birth of a child. PPD...
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senior citizen educational enrichment program This program is open to anyone 62 years of age or older. Students may audit selected courses with no tuition charges. Students are responsible for any fees (i.e., labs, etc.) associated with the selected course. The program is limited to one...
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senior citizen educational enrichment program This program is open to anyone 62 years of age or older. Students may audit selected courses with no tuition charges. Students are responsible for any fees (i.e., labs, etc.) associated with the selected course. The program is limited to one...
 
Congratulations to student Josh Housel and faculty member Michael Alfieri, biology, who were presented with the Spirit of St. Francis Sustainability Award April 18. Housel has been an active participant in numerous sustainability projects during his time as a student, and this semester is interning...
Post date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 15:17
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Cynthia Jones, DNP, RN; Sherry Chesak, Ph.D., RN; Jennifer McGuire, MAN, RN-BC; Diane Forsyth, Ph.D., RN; Sonja Meiers, Ph.D., RN; LeAnn Johnson, MS, RN, NEA-BC; and Martha Scheckel, Ph.D., RN – Winona State University Background: The transition from...
Viterbo University Summer Service-Learning Scholars Program Program Overview Description: Through the generous support of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership and 3M, the 2017 Summer Service-Learning Scholars Pilot Program will provide faculty-student-community collaborative...
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Student support services Summer Orientation SSS Orientation Schedule 2017 Student Support Services welcomes its new scholars to a special orientation that will be held prior to Viterbo's V-Hawk orientation. Those students will receive an email inviation to join us on August 24. Any student living...
We know internships are a valuable experience but don't take it from us. Listen to other Viterbo students: Video of viterbo_university_value_of_internships - "My internship solidified my career plans. From a single marketing class I had in high school, I decided I wanted to go to college for...

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