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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...
Research Fellow 2008-09 Rochelle Brooks Professor, Business rabrooks@viterbo.edu 608-796-3368 Rochelle Brooks is a faculty member in the Dahl School of Business and also teaches courses for the Center for Adult Learning at Viterbo University. She teaches courses in Management Information Systems...
The D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership sponsors a series of lectures by internationally, nationally, and locally known speakers on a variety of topics related to ethics and leadership. The lectures are intended to be both informative and inspiring, and to address ethical issues in a...
Monday, Sept. 8 12:15 p.m. Mass ­– San Damiano Chapel 3 p.m. Nursing Math Workshop –­ Murphy Center 432 2:30­–4:30 p.m. Viterbo Days T-Shirt Design Contest, 5K Run/Walk Information, Volunteer Information and Registration ­– Murphy Center Lobby. Students, win a $50 gift card to Target if your t-...
February 22nd is NIRSA's National Recreational Sports and Fitness Day. NIRSA sees that participation in intramural, club, and recreational sports is important for various reasons including developing a healthy lifestyle, improving overall wellness as well as self-esteem. This day, February 22nd, is...
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View map or departments Kim Olson-Kopp Director 608-796-3263, kmolsonkopp@viterbo.edu , Room 240 Education: B.A., M.F.A., M.L.S. Partnership areas: Adult Learning, Children's Literature, Gerontology, Mission Seminars, Nursing (Undergraduate and Graduate), Nutrition and Dietetics, Reference, Social...
Instructor Profiles Barb Sims Name: Barb Sims Years Teaching: 28 What classes do you teach this semester? Yoga , Strength, CSI, Yogalates, and Butts n’ Guts. When I’m not instructing, at work, or in school, I am… Training for an Ironman! If I was stranded on an island, 3 items I would need are…...
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...
Information on Mentoring: Science in Solution (pdf) - a great, short piece outlining how UGR impacts student learning (courtesy of Dave Bauer). Compilation of Advice from 2015 Viterbo Summer Research Faculty Mentors Compilation of Advice from pre-2015 Viterbo Summer Research Faculty Mentors...
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...
Workshop focuses on how to teach the Holocaust Published - March 28, 2007 By Joe Orso, La Crosse Tribune Story originally printed in the La Crosse Tribune or online at www.lacrossetribune.com. Why did Nazis target Jews in the Holocaust? The main reason wasn't because of their religion, said Stephen...
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Skogens focus on service in time of industry changes By STEVE CAHALAN | La Crosse Tribune business editor There have been many changes in the industry since his parents, Paul and and Jane Skogen, founded the first Skogen's grocery store in 1946 in Onalaska, Wis. But providing customers with an...
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Hansens' say faith, values key to their success By STEVE CAHALAN | La Crosse Tribune business editor Religious faith and key values are responsible for the John Hansen family's success in business, first with the Kwik Trip Inc. chain and now with Nesnah Ventures, LLC, John and Donna Hansen and...
Factors to be considered as decisions are made related to infectious disease outbreaks may include the following: Proximity of declared disease cases to La Crosse Severity of disease (mortality rates) Number/percentage of students and employees who are ill or absent Ability to sustain operations...
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City Brewery president says core values help company succeed By STEVE CAHALAN | La Crosse Tribune business editor Core values such as doing what it takes, pride, honesty and integrity have helped City Brewery succeed, City Brewing Co. President Randy Smith told about 60 people Wednesday at a Brown...
What do students have to say about Viterbo's BSN Completion program? “This program has given me a different outlook on why obtaining a BSN is important. I see the difference of what a BSN would do for me, my staff, and my patients. Even though I will not gain anything financially at this time I am...
Technical College Pathways Program Are you currently enrolled in a nursing program at one of the Wisconsin Technical Colleges? Would you like to get started on your Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing at Viterbo University? Now you can do that by applying to the Professional Pathways Program. Our...

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