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Grant Rights to Parent/Guardians Due to Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) rules, students must grant parents access to the Parent Portal. Please follow the instructions below to grant parent(s)/spouse/other designed person(s) access. Students, if you do not know your login...
A Viterbo Face An Exceptional Place
Rachel Fawver ’10 Degree: Master of Arts in Education Career: Principal, Evergreen Elementary School in the School District of Holmen Rachel’s Story Rachel Fawver had a rewarding career teaching English when she decided she wanted a leadership position and the ability to have a greater influence on...
Friday, Jan. 15 12:20–1:15 p.m. Staff and Faculty Women's Bible Study – Murphy Center 379. The group will continue to learn about Mormonism. New members always welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch. 9 p.m. Comedian Alex Stone – School of Nursing Building 196. Stone was on the 2015 season of NBC's...
Viterbo Univesity graduate with family after commencement
Campus Activities Viterbo University and the greater La Crosse community host a wide variety of activities and opportunities to get involved. The Office of Campus Activities aims to provide students with low-cost or free opportunities to stay busy when not in classes. With events ranging from...
 
by Cari Mathwig-Ramseier We’re just past the first half of the semester. If you are feeling like your course needs a boost, consider thinking formatively. The purpose of using formative strategies in teaching, such as formative assessment, in your course is to improve learning, rather than just an...
Post date: Thursday, October 29, 2015 - 14:16
Again this year, poster presenters will have an option to participate in the "Research Corner" breakout. This is a Poster Discussion presented in one room, featuring three to four poster presenters who will discuss their work individually, and then participate as a group in a moderated panel...
Arts for All AN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS The Arts for All program was developed by Viterbo University with primary financial assistance from Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Wisconsin and Southeastern Minnesota, Inc. in an effort to assist economically disadvantaged children...
The following outcomes for cross-cultural learning were developed by the Study Abroad Committee in 1991. It is not expected that every cross-cultural learning experience would result in accomplishing all of the outcomes, but it is hoped that such an experience might seek to accomplish at least two...
academic advising
Emphasized below are basic strategies of advisement used to assist in individual student development. Attempt to become acquainted with the advisee in as many aspects as possible. Getting to know the advisees outside the formality of the office when possible, and not only during class scheduling or...
 
Viterbo employees are join the 5:01 Fit Flock Challenge Friday, March 16–Friday, April 24. Whether it is to increase your fitness participation, train for the Corporate Challenge, or be rewarded for your current habits, 5:01 Fit Flock is perfect. Register at the Mathy Center front desk by Monday,...
Post date: Thursday, February 26, 2015 - 13:09
 
New Student Recruitment Initiatives When the Board of Trustees met on Oct. 12, it authorized the expenditure from a pool of funds from the quasi-endowment for initiatives to increase enrollment. Recently the executive committee of the board approved the administration’s request for $145,000 for the...
Post date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015 - 14:16
Planning for a Mentee Develop a Project (in concert with the student researcher, if possible) Reasonable in scope Feasible considering time/skills Challenging Multi-faceted May be designed collaboratively with student, or defined as part of a larger effort Designed to generate student's own data/...
 
Viterbo University has received a $2 million Title III grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will support initiatives designed to improve student success. “The grant is the largest in Viterbo’s history,” said Wendell Snodgrass, institutional advancement, who is responsible for grant...
Post date: Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 14:13
Nursing Research on the Green Incivility in Nursing Practice: Proactive Approaches to Address Behavior Brittany Brown RN, BSN, Graduate Student Viterbo University Best Practices for Smoking Cessation in an In-Patient Treatment Program for Substance Use Disorder Karine Brueggen, BSN, RN, Graduate...
Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Mary Ellen Stolder, PhD, RN – Viterbo University Background: Although there are ample studies confirming that memory self-efficacy (MSE) declines with age, less is known about what factors account for the variation in MSE among older adults. Significance...
Nursing Research on the Green 2011 Abstract Rosemarie Hoff, MS, RN Rozina Bhimani, PhD, DNP, RN, CNP; Camilla Jaekel, PhD(c), Franciscan Skemp Healthcare Evidence-based practice Background: Over the past 20 years the emergence of electronic medical records (EMR)has changed nursing documentation...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Laureen A. Love MSN,RN,NNP-BC Western Technical College Background: Literature related to caring and nursing education focuses primarily on nurse educators as central figures in transmitting caring to their students. Research is needed to explore means by...
Nursing Research on the Green 2013 Abstract Danielle Miller MSN, RN, CNL; Gundersen Health System Background : Readmissions cause significant distress to patients and families and are costly to organizations. Hospitals are challenged to develop effective strategies aimed at reducing potentially...
Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Jennifer-Hedrick-Erickson MSN, RN; Martha Scheckel PhD, RN; Debra Stieve DNP, RN; Viterbo University Background: Compared to their urban counterparts, rural residents have lifestyles, cultural contexts, and health disparities that can impede their...
Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Shirley Newberry, PhD, RN; Shannon Hulett, CNL, RN: Lois Tucker, RN, CC; Winona State Nursing Students - Jennifer Topor, SN; Janelle Dekan,SN;Katherine Hass,SN & Dani Bachmann,SN; Winona State University & Gundersen Health System Background:...

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