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Click on any of the following dates to listen to that week's program online. July 14 Jeff Hastings: Hook, Line, and Sinker What do trout streams have to do with our approach to environmental ethics? July 21 Jessica Larson: Invasive Species A look at protecting our native environment from aggressive...
Research Fellow 2011-12 Keith Knutson Professor, Chair, History kaknutson@viterbo.edu 608-796-3496 Presentations Taught history for Eastern Michigan University's European Cultural History, traveling for five weeks from London to Istanbul, Summer 2013. With Michael Smuksta, organized and presented...
Research Fellow 2014-15 Vickie Holtz-Wodzak Instructor, English vlholtzwodzak@viterbo.edu 608-796-3487 Dr. Vickie Holtz-Wodzak earned her degrees in English at the University of Missouri-Columbia, culminating in a Ph.D. in medieval literature in 1996. The focus of her dissertation research was the...
Research Fellow 2013-14 Emily Dykman Associate Professor, Religious Studies and Philosophy eadykman@viterbo.edu 608-796-3703 Prior to her faculty position, Dr. Emily Dykman served as campus minister at Viterbo University and was charged with music ministry and coordination of prayer, scripture...
Research Fellow 2011-12 Susan Cosby Ronnenberg Associate Professor, English sgcosbyronnenberg@viterbo.edu 608-796-3490 Susan Cosby Ronnenberg earned a B.A. in English at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas, an M.A. in English Literature from Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, and a...
Research Fellow 2012-13 Matthew Bersagel Braley Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator Master of Arts in Servant Leadership College of Business and Leadership mtbersagelbraley@viterbo.edu 608-796-3707 Prior to coming to Viterbo, Bersagel Braley completed a B.A. in Africana Studies and English at...
Name: Jason Miller Major and school: Sports Science and Leadership at Viterbo University Certification(s): NASM-Certified Personal Trainer, First Aid, CPR, AED certified Philosophy on Exercise and Well-Being: One of the hardest things for people when trying to develop an active lifestyle is finding...
The purpose of the intern position is to work with the Assistant Director to promote and assist in the overall operation of the Intramural Sports Program. This internship meets the requirements for the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse ESS 320 Field Experience Course. Duties: Work with the...
(Ten Month Paid) - currently unavailable Description pending. Fitness Intern (Unpaid) The Department of Recreational Sports offers a Fitness Programs Internship. The purpose of the intern position is to work with the Director to promote and assist in the overall operation of the Fitness Programs...
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Evacuation Procedures Begin evacuation immediately upon hearing alarm or official announcement. If time permits close windows and doors on your way out. Using the nearest exit, proceed to the ground level and leave the building. If the nearest exist is compromised, use a secondary evacuation...
Friday, November 10, 2017, 9am-4:30pm Viterbo University, La Crosse, Wisconsin **Registration for the Fall 2017 Symposium has passed** SAVE THE DATE: Next year's event will be posted here once dates are confirmed! Each year, several hundred people from the tri-state area convene on the Viterbo...
Courses The Honors Program strives to build a community of scholars by offering courses that are much more discussion based and interactive, rather than merely lecture driven. Students are given more responsibility for being engaged in their courses, often being asked to lead discussions on the...
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The Nursing Career Fair offers nursing students the opportunity to explore regional employment and internship opportunities, practice communicating with professional recruiters, and gain information about the application protocols and timetables for new graduate nurses and nurse interns. The fair...
Thursday, Sept. 3 6 a.m.–5 p.m. Mathy Center Open 9–11 a.m. Campus Ministry Open House and Morning M-U-G (Mingle-Unwind-Gather) – Murphy Center 340. Join Campus Minsitry every Thursday for coffee, refreshments, treats, and great conversation. Students and employees welcome. Noon Mass – San Damiano...
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Summer 2015 Registration Begins January 19 Summer CAL sections open for enrollment (bring form to Registrar's Office) April 1 Date decision made if sufficient enrollment exists for a course to be offered April 17 Confirmation of Enrollment deadline with Business Office May 15 Memorial Day, no class...
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Career Services in the Classroom Contact Career Services at careers@viterbo.edu or by calling 796-3828 for: Class presentations about career-related topics (resumes, job search, internships, self-assessments) Conducting resume information and review sessions to ensure your students are ready to...
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Your first few days on campus will be busy with unpacking, setting up your room and attending orientation sessions. We recommend you spend a few minutes prior to moving in to discuss the following information with your new roommate. During the first week of classes, your Resident Assistant (RA)...
 
The annual Honors Program Chili Cook-off was a huge success, with over 100 people attending, $224.17 raised, and 33 pounds of food collected. Congratulations to Emilio Alvarez and campus ministry, who had this year’s champion entry (number 12) out of a field of 15 competitors. Following in second...
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Oct. 20, 2014 Contact Rick Kyte at 608-796-3704 or rlkyte@viterbo.edu CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES PRESIDENT AND CEO CAROLYN WOO TO SPEAK AT VITERBO UNIVERSITY NOV. 6 LA CROSSE, Wis. – Catholic Relief Services President and CEO Carolyn Woo will present “Common Good, Uncommon Excellence” at 7 p.m...
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St. Rose Library Some sixty years ago, in 1941, the St. Rose Library used by Viterbo was moved from St. Rose convent, third floor, to what became Viterbo College library, third floor. To execute this Herculean task, Sister Mary Catherine Walljasper, the librarian at that time, organized a human...

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