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Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Libbie Nyarangi, BSN, RN; Jennifer Mattingley, MD; Krystal Patros; Amy Topel, MBA – Gundersen Health System Background: Over half of lung cancer cases are diagnosed in later stages when the five-year survival rate is only 4%. When lung cancer is diagnosed...
Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Megan Smith, MSN, RN, CNE – Viterbo University Background: As students enter the milieu of baccalaureate nursing education there is a common understanding of the importance of theory, embedded with practical skills nurses are required to have in order to...
V Latin American and Latino Studies Collaborative Workshop in Tri State Area April 11, 2015 Viterbo University, Nursing Building 195 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 Coffee and Registration 9:00 a.m. Welcome Remarks - Dr. Tim Schorr, Dean, College of Arts and Letters, Viterbo University 9:15 a.m. Service Learning...
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Enrollment Statistics Find more Viterbo institutional data on the Institutional Research Web page. Spring 2018 Enrollment at a Glance Summary of Majors Summary of Minors Summary of Graduate Programs Fall 2017 Enrollment at a Glance Summary of Minors Summary of Majors Summary of Graduate Programs...
David Saunders-Scott
Assistant Professor

 MRC 544
Stephanie Thorson-Olesen
Assistant Professor

 MRC 542
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Submissions for Undergraduate Students Return to About the Viterbo Research Collection The Viterbo Research Collection accepts scholarship projects from the Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium , Scholars' Day , and other select works by invitation. Students interested in depositing their...
1999 - Lisa Schoenfielder 2000 - Rochelle Cadogan 2001 - Grant Smith 2002 - Ward Jones 2003 - Pat Zander 2004 - Michael Ranscht 2005 - Denise Probert 2006 - Deb Randal Anderson 2007 - Tina Johns 2008 - Nancy Danou 2009 - John Schroeder 2010 - Anna Sanders-Bonelli (undergraduate) 2010 - Shelly...
Viterbo dietetics student Sarah Aubin shared her work at the 15th Annual Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium Nov. 10. More than 190 presenters and guests registered to attend the event. More than 100 students presented research posters about their work, while 36 chose oral presentations...
Post date: Friday, November 10, 2017 - 14:59
Deb Alexander-Friet
Cataloging Services Librarian

 MRC 128
Liza Ware
Associate Professor/Chair

 MRC 548
Undergraduate students interested in utilizing philosophy to critically examine the prevalence of magic and fantasy in popular culture are invited to submit an abstract, present a formal paper, or lead a more informal discussion on a theme or topic related to philosophy and magic/fantasy. For more...


Friday, Nov. 17, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, 2017
The deadline to submit abstracts and to register for the annual Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium is 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27. Faculty are asked to encourage their students to register . Visit the event website for complete details about the schedule, speaker, etc. Email with any...
Post date: Friday, October 20, 2017 - 10:45
Brian Weber
Director, Undergraduate Admission

 RCE 113
Katrina Volkert
Assistant Professor

 BRC 204D
Registration and abstract submission for the 2017 Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium is now available. This year’s 15th annual symposium will be held Friday, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Click for the registration form . Even if you don’t plan to present research, a registration form...
Post date: Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 08:45


Friday, Nov. 10, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, 2017
Nursing Research on the Green Teaching Strategies to Promote Quality Caring in Millennial Nursing Students Jane E. Clobes, BSN, RN, Graduate Nursing Student Viterbo University Utilizing High-Fidelity Patient Simulation to Transfer Self-Confidence to the Authentic Clinical Environment Alison R...
All Are Welcome: Living the Life of Radical Hospitality Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Hospitality is a word with a marvelous history. Christian monasteries, places of solace and refuge, appeared in the early part of the fifth century. Wayfarers, homeless, and strangers in need could come there for...