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by Polly Scott Did you know that Viterbo alumni continue to have access to many library services? Alumni are able to: check out library materials; access newspapers, magazines and reference materials within the library; use library computers; use online databases within the library; print and make...
Post date: Monday, April 23, 2018 - 10:03
 
Viterbo senior nursing students Sara Pronschinske and Molly Kieser (front) recently attended the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Student Policy Summit in Washington, D.C. They were among seven students from Wisconsin who joined ten Wisconsin deans, including Martha Scheckel, dean of the...
Post date: Thursday, April 5, 2018 - 14:04
Lauren Klitzke
Evening Information Services Supervisor

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The descriptions for currently scheduled generic sections can be found below but are subject to change. Descriptions of numbered VUSM courses are fixed and can also be found in the searchable VU catalog. VUSM Franciscan Values and Traditions Courses and Sections VUSM 100-01 MWF 8:00am-8:55am...
 
By Polly Scott Streaming Media: Do you want the convenience of presenting a DVD, VHS tape, or audio CD from any internet-accessible computer for a course? The first step is to fill out the Streaming Media Request form on the library website. If you wish to stream media currently housed in a...
Post date: Friday, January 26, 2018 - 08:40
Viterbo Transfer Students
The Office of Student Life engages our community in intentional living and learning experiences that empower students to serve faithfully , live responsibly , and lead justly in the spirit of St. Francis.
 
Pat Kerrigan, director of mission integration for the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, presents Emilio Alvarez, Viterbo campus ministry director, with the 2017 FSPA Christian Mission Award for campus ministry’s Magnify Retreat. The award was presented at the FSPA Sponsorship Conference...
Post date: Friday, October 27, 2017 - 15:18
 
Do you know a colleague or student who deserves special recognition for their exceptional work or service that supports the mission of Viterbo? Nominate a colleague or student to be recognized by clicking the Mission Moments button. President Temple would like the opportunity to recognize...
Post date: Friday, October 6, 2017 - 09:21
The following Mission Seminar courses have been approved to co-count as Ways of Thinking VUSM 120 Franciscan Tradition and Christian Theology Theological Inquiry VUSM 140 Bartolome de las Casas Historical Analysis VUSM 150 Music and More Artistic Awareness VUSM 151 Beauty & Art in the...
 
By Polly Scott Starting a research project can be daunting. An important piece of the research process is search strategies . Whether you’re on the internet, in a catalog or in a database, search terms can be key to locating the right information. You may also use multiple modes of information...
Post date: Friday, October 27, 2017 - 09:34
 
By Kim Olson-Kopp and Annie Baumann, library At Viterbo, research plays a big role in classrooms. Whether you’re teaching freshmen, seniors, or graduate students, there’s a chance you’ll be asking for research skills that your students are still developing. A great way to guide your students to a...
Post date: Friday, October 13, 2017 - 08:30
The works of Viterbo senior creative media design students Jake Adams, Mannie De La Rosa, and Amanda Meyer will be featured in an exhibit opening with a reception from 4–6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29 in the Viterbo University Todd Wehr Memorial Library Gallery in Murphy Center.
Mission The Family Studies minor is an interdisciplinary program which focuses on human development within the family context, the nature of family interactions and family issues, and family interactions within broader social institutions. The minor is beneficial to all students and supports work...
Mission Statement The Community Interpreter Certificate at Viterbo University trains bilingual professionals to become qualified interpreters. Our goal is to provide Limited English Proficient individuals language access for effective communication with the providers of private and public...
 
Employees and students can reserve rooms in the library for study or group work. To reserve rooms 110, 114, 139, and 201, sign up at the main desk for any day throughout the fall semester. To reserve rooms 103 (includes large screen TV and computer), 135 and 137, sign up for same day use at the...
Post date: Friday, September 29, 2017 - 12:38
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Guatemala 2014 Mission Video Julie Clements, Dorie Beres, Bonnie Nesbitt. ​BSN Students in Guatemala Trip 2018 Nurse Practitioner DNP Students Guatemala Trip 2018 Faculty Guatemala Trip 2018
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Mission The mission of the gerontology minor is to broaden student's knowledge of the process of aging. In combination with the student's major, gerontology prepares students to understand the biological, psychological, and social factors of aging. This minor encourages students to make connections...
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Program Mission The mission of the Viterbo University Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling graduate program is to prepare professional counselors to provide treatment for individuals experiencing a continuum of mental health issues. The program educates counselors who will integrate the...
Mission The mission of the Amie L. Mathy Center is to promote the physical, recreational, and educational development of students of all ages. History In the late 1990s, Viterbo University announced that it was building a recreational center for its students and for the kids of the south side. At...
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Mission The graduate program prepares nursing leaders who are dedicated to improving the health outcomes of diverse populations through advanced knowledge and skills, ethical leadership, and faithful service within their chosen roles and settings. Graduate Outcomes This program will prepare...

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