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Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program

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Wednesday, Jun. 28, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm, 2017
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program

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Wednesday, Jun. 14, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm, 2017
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Working with the Media Why is it a good idea for Viterbo faculty and staff to work with and grant interviews to the media? Here are three important reasons: Media appearances are an excellent way to share information about Viterbo University and its students, activities, educational offerings, and...
Social Media/Personal Website/Blog Guidelines Viterbo University recognizes that social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, etc., and personal websites, Web logs, or blogs, can be an effective tool for exchanging information and raising the visibility of the university...
Thursday, Dec. 7, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 15, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Mission Camp Creative strives to offer a creative arts program for children in a non-competitive atmosphere. Art, music, and theatre are used as foundations for children to explore and develop their creative potential within a safe, supportive environment. Camp Creative is a week-long camp that...
Featuring Beth Marzoni, Mary Ellen Haupert, and Diana Cataldi Open to the public. Free admission.

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Friday, Apr. 8, 7:30 pm, 2016
This Business Ethics Lectureship features Frank Oswald, consultant, writer, and lecturer at Columbia University. His presentation will focus on digital media as both a challenge and an opportunity for businesses that recognize that while tricks may drive clicks, trust is their most valuable asset...

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Monday, Feb. 6, 6:00 pm, 2017
 
The members of the professional development committee invite all staff and administrators to a workshop on how to use surveys to gather information, assess effectiveness, and analyze satisfaction or impact. Two identical sessions will be presented by Naomi Stennes-Spidahl and Nicole Vidden from 8–...
Post date: Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 09:20
A student in the area of set design should have completed the bulk of design coursework (and must have completed the set design course), and should have served as an assistant scenic designer on a faculty designed production. It is the expectation that all usual design preparation take place for...
A student in the area of lighting design should have completed the bulk of design coursework (and must have completed the lighting design course; minimally the stage lighting course) and should have served as an assistant lighting designer or master electrician on at least two productions. Crew...
The proposal must address the qualifications of the student in the specific area in which they are seeking assignment. A resume which indicates experiences that support the student's intended proposal, a list of classes which demonstrates their training and a statement summarizing why he/she should...
Pre-production To be present, prepared, and participate in all design/production meetings. Completion of all design work as according to the production schedule including but not limited to, research, costume plots, rough sketches, and watched renderings. To generate a construction plan including...
The instructional design of our Clinical Simulation Learning Center allows the faculty to give our students the knowledge and skills to safely practice and build upon their clinical skills. The simulation area has advanced digital audio-video and playback system equipped in each room throughout the...
Make a Gift Our vision for Dahl School business students is that they will experience here what we hope they lead their organizations toward in the future—collaboration, creativity, and meaningful connections to each other, the community, and the environment. We aim to instill in our students the...

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