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Resources on Research Writing: How to Write an Abstract: K. Gabriel Writing a Research Paper in the Humanities and Social Sciences: G. Stock Kupperman Writing a Research Paper in the Social Sciences: J. Anderson-Meger Writing a Scientific Papers in the Natural Sciences: J. Sadowski and K. Schreier...
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Thursday, August 17, 2017 New faculty orientation Friday, August 18, 2017 Mission and Identity - New employee orientation For week of August 21–25: Items in italics are optional information, training, or development Items in BOLD are times available, as needed, for colleges, schools, or departments...
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Sometimes navigating college can be confusing. You may not know which questions to ask or where to begin. Below are some common questions: What is a degree audit? Where can I find my degree audit? How do I read the degree audit? The degree audit is your official list of the requirements you must...
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For a complete list of student policies, review the student handbook . For more information contact Residence Life at 608-796-3116 or Marian Hall South (Adjacent to the Hawk’s Nest). These policies are for the 2015 - 2016 school year. Residence Life Mission Statement The Viterbo University Office...
This page contains the various materials that will be used throughout the year to manage all aspects of sport clubs. Forms should be completed and submitted to the Director of Recreational Sports by the appropriate due date(s). *In addition to these forms, all Sport Clubs must be registered as an...
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Do I have to fill out a FAFSA every year? Yes. The form must be completed each academic year and is available at www.fafsa.gov after Oct. 1 for the upcoming school year. I want to drop a class but I receive Financial Aid. What should I do? You must have written communication with the Viterbo...
If you, or someone you know, has experienced sexual misconduct please consider the following information as a means to recovery. Below are sections for survivors, friends, and faculty and staff. Whether you are a survivor or helping a survivor remember the following things: Sexual assault is a...
 
The holidays will soon be upon us and this means family gatherings, Christmas parties, sweet treats, and warm drinks. What better time to maintain your physical activity or start a New Year’s Resolution. Let NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer and Rec Sports Fitness/Wellness Intern, Krista, keep you...
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Required Courses EDUC 526: Introduction to Early Childhood Education History of early childhood programs for children birth through age eight. Considers developmentally appropriate practice, NAEYC Standards, legal and ethical responsibilities, and program expectations including portfolio...
 
by Mark Hamilton Popular Library Services Three of the most requested library services are streaming media, reserving items for classes, and reserving rooms in the library. To stream media, faculty can request videos (DVD or VHS) that Viterbo owns (either held by the library or a university...
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Change Your Life, Change the World. Register online through VitNet beginning January 23, 2017 Course listing is tentative, check website for verification. Dates listed below are required class meeting days. Room and book lists will be listed on VitNet. SUMMER INSTITUTE NOTE: Start Dates and End...
Wednesday, Jan. 14 8 a.m. Monitoring of the Commuter/Employee Parking Lots Begins . Be sure to have your parking permit clearly displayed. 9:30 a.m. Timecards are due in the business office 12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel 5–6:30 p.m. Combat Veterans Group Meeting – Murphy Center Hall 368/370,...
Remember, that sexual misconduct is not the fault of the survivor. Try to be strong and active in your recovery. You are not alone at Viterbo University and in the La Crosse community, please seek assistance as needed and try to make every effort to advocate for yourself as you move forward in the...
Tuesday, Jan. 13 12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel 6 p.m. – Intramural Free Agent Meeting - Mathy Center. All those interested in participating in intramurals but who are still looking for a team should attend. Training for website editing: All website editors will need to attend a training...
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The first "reader" of many resumes is a computer programmed to scan the document for key words and qualifications. This reality makes it crucial that you tailor your resume to individual positions, clearly present the qualifications you have that match those requested by the employer, use the lingo...
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Who can stay on campus? A student who is either registered for fall 2018 classes or graduating at the end of the 2018 summer term. If you are either a student graduating in May 2018 (and in need of summer housing), or a student that would like to request special arrangements, contact residencelife@...
Students enrolled in music unit programs and faculty and staff with employment status in the music unit must be provided basic information about the maintenance of health and safety within the contexts of practice, performance, teaching, and listening. For music majors and music faculty and staff,...
Institute Associate Darryle Clott, Holocaust Workshop Coordinator Darryle Clott earned a bachelor’s degree in 1966 and a master’s in 1971 from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. She retired from La Crescent (Minn.) High School in 2004 where she taught a comprehensive unit on the Holocaust for...
2014 Teaching the Holocaust March 20–21, 2014 Keynote speaker Cipora Katz is a child survivor of the Holocaust. She was born in Siemiatycze, Poland in 1938. At the age of four, she was saved by a brave Polish family who hid her in a potato silo. She currently serves on the Speakers' Bureau of the...
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Moving away from home is a major step in adulthood. Oftentimes this is the first time a student has lived away from home or is sharing a room. Students often bring particular items to campus based on personal needs and preference. Keep in mind that living on campus should be fun and exciting...

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