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There is detriment to health with time in a seated position for more than 25 minutes. General health recommendations call for 150 minutes/week of moderate to vigorous exercise with durations of activities no shorter than 10 minutes to accrue health benefits. Break up your sitting time with 10...
Post date: Thursday, October 29, 2015 - 14:30
 
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
The Fine Arts Center Main Theatre, Main Theatre Lobby, and other facilities are available for meetings, receptions, dinners, and performances. Catering is available through the university's food service. For more information, contact the Fine Arts Center Director at 608-796-3737, via fax at 608-796...
Fine Arts Center History In The Beginning On Oct. 9, 1965, Sister Grace McDonald, FSPA, announced plans for the addition of a fine arts center to the expanding Viterbo campus. By 1967, the federal government had approved a $2.5 million loan and a $1 million grant. In addition, $500,000 was raised...
career services
Career Services offers services to all alumni. If you wish to make an appointment to discuss career planning issues or job search strategies, call the Career Services office at 608-796-3828 or access our online scheduling system . Find Jobs Viterbo University’s Career Services office is pleased to...
Distinguished Alumni Awards Nomination Form | 2016 Recipients | 2014 Recipients | 2013 Recipients | 2012 Recipients | 2011 Recipients | Past Recipients Community Service - Leah Misch '08 Leah Misch receives the community service award for demonstrating how a liberal arts education can be the...
Iowa Core (Required) Course Schedule: Master of Arts in Education Online Classes: EDUC 623: Teacher Leadership and Professional Learning, March 19 - May 11, 2018 Instructor: Terry Hurlburt EDUC 606: Action Research in Education -- Advanced, Jan. 15 - May 11, 2018 Instructor: Jen Gallagher EDUC 600...
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Contact Kasie Von Haden, Viterbo director of campus activities and orientation, at klvonhaden@viterbo.edu or 608-796-3807 The National Society of Leadership and Success Chapter at Viterbo Inducts New Members La Crosse, Wis. – The Viterbo University Chapter of The National Society of Leadership and...
To be accepted into the program at Viterbo University for 2018-19 academic year, students must meet the following requirements: Completion (by July 15, 2018) of a Bachelor of Science degree and the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) Requirements. NOTE: For those submitting the Declaration of...
ethics institute
Former Northern Engraving exec talks about business, ethics By STEVE CAHALAN | The La Crosse Tribune Charles Gelatt learned a lot about business from his father, and later learned many lessons as president of Northern Engraving Corp., the retired businessman said Tuesday at Viterbo University...
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Owner offers his view behind the bar By DAN SPRINGER | La Crosse Tribune His tavern is less than a mile from La Crosse's downtown bar district, but for Bruce Simones, it might as well be a world away. Simones, who has run The Recovery Room at Seventh and Mississippi streets for a quarter-century,...
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Viterbo University 125th Anniversary Video Viterbo University had its beginnings in the early academic endeavors of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (FSPA) . Its direct predecessor was St. Rose Normal School, fully organized in 1890 for preparing Sisters to teach in elementary schools...
health services
Health services provides students with convenient, accessible, comprehensive, high-quality, and low-cost healthcare. The following are general descriptions of the services provided by health services. Acute Care Both walk-in and appointments are available during office hours for acute medical...
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Program Coursework: EDUC540: Educational Strategies for the Gifted Educational Strategies for the Gifted will provide the opportunity to examine current trends in educational programming for the gifted and talented. Participants will examine curriculum design and development and compare...
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Contact: Carol Page Iowa Educational Leadership Program Specialist 515-309-9123 / 888-235-2200 cdpage@viterbo.edu Graduate Tuition: $365 per credit tuition plus $10 per credit resource fee for the 2017-2018 academic year. $380 per credit tuition plus $10 per credit resource fee for the 2018-2019...
The Early Childhood Education Program will no longer accept new students after September 2015 EDUC 526 Introduction to Early Childhood Education (1 credit) History of early childhood programs for children birth through age eight. Considers developmentally appropriate practice, Wisconsin Model Early...
Fine Arts Center History In The Beginning On Oct. 9, 1965, Sister Grace McDonald, FSPA, announced plans for the addition of a fine arts center to the expanding Viterbo campus. By 1967, the federal government had approved a $2.5 million loan and a $1 million grant. In addition, $500,000 was raised...
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Join Viterbo University students in honing your leadership skill, abilities, and knowledge with an advanced degree. States Where Viterbo is Authorized to Provide Online Instruction (click here) Graduate Programs in Education The Master of Arts in Education provides professional teachers with a...
academic advising
Advisors are selected to provide educational counseling for college students. To be effective, the advisor must recognize that each student has different abilities, interests, aspirations, needs, experiences, and problems. Academic advising cannot, therefore, be a mechanical, routine matter. The...
ethics institute
Community Values and the Criminal Justice System September 5, 2002 – Fine Arts Center Lobby, Viterbo University Our current system of justice is costly and overburdened. Even with all the resources—human, financial, and otherwise that are going into the system, it’s still not enough. Many are...

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