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Tuesday, Sept. 2 11 a.m. How to be a Great Math Student – School of Nursing Building 285 Noon S trategic Studying in A...
 
Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics trainers Katelyn Stutterheim and Blake Jackson will present “The Seven Principles of Leave No Trace” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24 in the Viterbo University Reinhart Center room 107. The member-driven Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics teaches people of...
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JUSTICE: A Conference on the Cardinal Virtues The D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership Viterbo University La Crosse, Wisconsin April 13–14, 2007 April 13 Session I Family Size, Distributive Justice, and Environmental Ethics – Heidi M. Giebel, University of St. Thomas Radical Friendship...
LOVE: A Conference on the Theological Virtues The D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership Viterbo University La Crosse, Wisconsin March 14–16, 2013 March 14 7 p.m. – Carol Gilligan: Moral Injury and the Capacity to Love March 15 Session I Eric Kraemer, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse – "...
Click on any of the following dates to listen to that week's program online. May 1 Carl Bargabos: Soldiers at War Carl, a retired colonel, shares stories about our veterans, the virtue of fortitude, and their ability to survive the trauma of war. May 8 Stuart Robertshaw: Prescription for a Good...
Click on any of the dates to listen to that week's program online. April 1 Scott Fritz: What Does it Take to Be a Hero? A devastating flood brings forth a story of courage and heroic action. April 8 Paul Wotzka: The Public’s Right to Know One scientist takes a stand and loses his job in the process...
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...
Friday, Nov. 13 Timecards are due today in the Business Office by 9:30 a.m. 12:20–1:15 p.m. Women’s Bible Study , Murphy Center room 379. New members are welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch. 12:30 p.m. Women’s basketball, Viterbo vs. University of Jamestown 2:30 p.m. Women’s basketball, Indiana...
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…...
Butts n' Guts Get ready to take your core workout to the next level with a Butts n' Guts class! In 30 minutes, this class will take ideas from many different sources that are sure to tone, sculpt and strengthen your core. It's time you had the opportunity to make your body look this good! Cardio...
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...
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...
Thursday, Nov. 12 9–11 a.m. Thursday Morning M-U-G (Mingle, Unwind, & Gather), Campus Ministry , Murphy Center room 340 noon Mass, San Damiano Chapel 1 p.m. Global Initiatives Week: Study Abroad Resume and Essay Writing , Reinhart Center Board Room. Student and study abroad participant Gabby...
All events take place on Friday and Saturday evenings when classes are in session. Events generally begin at 9 p.m. and are free unless otherwise noted. Some events require an in-person or electronic sign-up, so be sure to watch for additional information as advertisements for events come up. Date...

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